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PROGRAM:

NAME


MediaConch - implementation and policy checker, reporter and fixer for media files

MediaInfo-Gui - implementation and policy checker, reporter and fixer for media files
(graphical utility)

SYNOPSIS


mediaconch [-Options...] FileName1 [Filename2...]
mediaconch-gui [-Options...] FileName1 [Filename2...]

DESCRIPTION


MediaConch is an extensible, open source software project consisting of an implementation
checker, policy checker, reporter, and fixer that targets preservation-level audiovisual
files (specifically Matroska, Linear Pulse Code Modulation (LPCM) and FF Video Codec 1
(FFV1)) for use in memory institutions, providing detailed and batch-level conformance
checking via an adaptable and flexible application program interface accessible by the
command line, a graphical user interface, or a web-based shell.

OPTIONS


MediaInfo supports the following case-insensitive options:

--Help, -h
Display help and exit

--Help=Advanced, -ha
Display the advanced help and exit

Reporting Elements
--Mediaconch, -mc
Output MediaConch report (default)

(MediaConch contains default verbosity of implementationChecks plus any provided
policy checks.)

--Mediainfo, -mi
Output MediaInfo report

--Mediatrace, -mt
Output a trace of the file

Policy Checker
--Policy=PolicyFileName, -p PolicyFileName
Apply the policy (XSL or Schematron)

Output Formats
--Format=text, -ft
Output in Text format (default)

--Format=xml, -fx
Output in MediaInfo/MediaConch/MediaTrace XML format (changed to -fa if there are more
than 1 tool or more than 1 file)

--Format=maxml, -fa
Output in MediaArea XML format

--Format=html, -fh
Output MediaConch report in HTML format

--Display=DisplayFileName, -d DisplayFileName
Apply the display transformation (XSL)

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