Re: How to find play length of .ogg file using python?
Michael Marsh wrote:
On 6/15/06, Marc Shapiro <email@example.com> wrote:
Digby Tarvin wrote:
>I would take a look at the source for the 'ogginfo' command, or if
>performance is not important, just parse its output:
I am hoping for a pure python method of doing this, so parsing the
output of ogginfo is not my prefered method, but it DOES work.
I have not had a chance to sort through the source for ogginfo, and
doing so does not thrill me, but it may give me a hint what the
attribute names might be for python-pyvorbis, thereby allowing me to
stick to a python solution.
Have you tried printing out __dict__ for the object returned by
mns@xander:~/Projects/Python$ ogg123.py --device=oss cues/MayTheWords.ogg
Module choice: ao
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "./ogg123.py", line 221, in ?
File "./ogg123.py", line 218, in main
File "./ogg123.py", line 52, in play
File "./ogg123.py", line 59, in start
AttributeError: No attribute: __dict__
Also, looking through the source for ogginfo, it appears that the time
may not be a direct attribute of the info object. Ogginfo seems to be
getting a 'lastgranulepos' (which must be a frame position?) from the
data stream and dividing it by the rate from the info object to get the
time. I have no idea how to get this unless pyvorbis provides it, but
simply does not document the fact. Very little, in fact, seems to be
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