[FFmpeg-user] Get sample rate in mp3 files

CMG DiGiTaL cmarciog at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 23:47:29 EET 2022


I have a folder "General Audios" and I created another one called "Audios
48000 sample rate"

I'm running the ffprobe command that returns the sample rate value of each
song.. but when I try to save the value in a string to be able to use the
IF and copy only the ones with 48000 hz, I get a message that the command
is a command input? what is wrong?... I just want to be able to take
advantage of the if sulted the ffprobe command and you can do the if!...
that's all!

md "C:\Users\%username%\Desktop\48000 sample rates Audio"    ---> created

cd\Users\%username%\Desktop\General Audios
 ---> original folder

                                ffprobe command that separates only the
sample rate of the songs in the folder:
set var            if var
 Generate files in folder
for %%F IN (*) do (ffprobe -i "%%F" -v error -show_entries
stream=sample_rate -of default=noprint_wrappers=1:nokey=1 *set* *%%S
if %%S*==48000
("C:\Users\%username%\Desktop\48000 sample rates Audio\%%F")


Em seg., 7 de fev. de 2022 às 16:20, Mark Filipak <
markfilipak.noreply at gmail.com> escreveu:

> On 2022-02-07 13:05, CMG DiGiTaL wrote:
> > Hi
> > I made the changes to my .bat file, and the files are not being written
> for
> > a detail that I also have doubts about
> I wrote and use the following batch program, FFPROBE_SHOW_FRAMES.CMD, to
> list a select subset of
> FF-style video metadata. Note the FFprobe commands and the Windows FINDSTR
> command. Perhaps it will
> help you in your task.
> ECHO Tip: Use "Save As" to save this list.>"%TEMP%\%~nx1 frames.txt"
> ECHO.>>"%TEMP%\%~nx1 frames.txt"
> ffprobe -sexagesimal -select_streams v -i %1 2>>"%TEMP%\%~nx1 frames.txt"
> ffprobe -hide_banner -sexagesimal -select_streams v -show_frames -of flat
> -i %1 | FINDSTR /L
> "key_frame=1 pts dts effort pict_ interlaced top repeat">>"%TEMP%\%~nx1
> frames.txt"
> "%TEMP%\%~nx1 frames.txt"
> DEL /Q "%TEMP%\%~nx1 frames.txt"
> Just run
> FFPROBE_SHOW_FRAMES <videofilewithpath>
> I put FFPROBE_SHOW_FRAMES.CMD into the Window context menu so I can
> highlight a video file (for
> example, a VOB) and simple right-click and select "FFPROBE_SHOW_FRAMES".
> Good luck.
> Regards,
> Mark Filipak.
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