jFlvTool is a metadata injector for your Macromedia Flash video files. jFlvTool depends on the commons-cli library from Apache. You'll need to download a copy of cli v1.1 and place the file named "commons-cli-1.1.jar" in the jFlvTool/lib directory in order to use the application.
The following switches are currently supported:
'debug' is an optional switch which toggles printing of a stack trace when an exception is caught.
'destfile' is the desired location for your output file. If you do not specify a location then it defaults to the same location as the original file with a 'out_' prefix. The path may be relative or absolute.
'embed' accepts a comma-separated list of key-value pairs to embed into the flv. For example, if you wanted to embed your full name as three separate variables the 'embed' switch would look like this:
'metacreator' is an optional switch which allows you to specify a string (Company name, Artist name, etc…) in the 'metacreator' field
'metafile' is the location of a plain text file containing metadata you would like to embed. The variable name can be defined using the 'metaname' switch. The path may be relative or absolute.
'metaname' is the variable name used for the metadata embedded using the 'metafile' switch.
'print' is an optional switch which will print the existing metadata of the specified 'srcfile'.
'srcfile' if the full or relative path to the source flv – it must always be set.
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* Can embed a string of metadata into your flv file
* Can embed the (new) AS2/AS3 meta-tags from your FLV file into the FLV file itself
* Can embed text meta-data into your FLV file.
* Can embed one or more key-value pairs from a file into the FLV file
* Can tag a FLV file with a name for easy searching, using the filename as the name of the tag and the contents of the file as the tag’s value.
* Can tag a FLV file with one or more text strings using variable names defined in the embedded metadata
* Can use a remote xml metadata file on a web server to populate your metadata
* Can use an embedded movie to open (or close) from a text file
* Has tons of sample files to play with.
The documentation can be found here:
* More work to be done to write to the outputflv file, currently overwriting the metadata embeds.
This project is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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The jFlvTool Product Key is written in Java. The developer has made no attempt to obfuscate the code in any way. For that reason no license information is included with the application.
How to download:
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The jFlvTool For Windows 10 Crack is a command line utility that provides an easy way to play back Flash video on any platform. The user friendly interface allows you to both play and create movie in a flash video format in a matter of minutes.
Transform any video into a Flash movie
Create FLV files
Copy FLV’s to your computer
Create a movie from multiple video clips
Transcode and convert FLV’s to MPEG, AVI, WMV, etc.
Embed metadata into the video
Use of the very best compression algorithms
Allow you to create a FLV that supports High Quality/low bandwidth settings for mobile devices
OR allow you to create a FLV that supports the basic Quicktime AVI compression and bandwidth restrictions
The jFlvTool is being used by many companies to create Web sites, DVDs, YouTube, Blogs, and MySpace pages. Many of these sites use FLV’s created by the jFlvTool.
When an FLV is created with jFlvTool, the File Size of the resulting FLV is significantly smaller and the quality of the quality is better than an FLV created by QuickTime and similar software. When played, the jFlvTool has no strange playback issues.
Use the license above or the jFlvTool source-code from the CVS Repository.
The jFlvTool is available for download from here:
For more information, read the jFlvTool README in the source code or visit the jFlvTool website:
To view the jFlvTool project on Google Code:
Alternatively, you can view the jFlvTool documentation on the jFlvTool site.
To report a bug or request a new feature you can also use the jFlvTool bug tracker at SourceForge.net.
Using the jFlvTool
To use the jFlvTool is really easy. Simply download the jFlvTool source
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jFlvTool is a simple flv meta-injector. It ingests flash flv files, parses out meta-data, and writes it to a new flv file with a new name based on the original flash file name, but with the ‘out_’ prefix removed. Using this meta-information you could easily turn your flash videos into slide show presentations, or turn your movies into downloads.
The metadata that is ingested are:
-Application file name.
-AVI Binary File Description.
-Video Capture Device String.
-Video Display Device String.
-Start of Frame Timestamp.
-Video Output Stream Flags.
-Video Bar Flags.
-Video Bar Flags2.
-Video Timing Flags.
-Video VMA Flags.
-Video Timing Flags.
-Video VMA Flags.
-Video Timing Flags2.
-Video VMA Flags2.
-FPS (Frames Per Second).
-Audio Track Number.
If a video can’t be found in the list of presets it is run through a different list of preset configurations. The first list is named…
‘list_recursive_default’ and it is listed below.
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This program takes a series of swf files or project folders as input, and runs metacreator on each file. The output is a normal video or normal project file plus meta data – metadata.txt file. When running jFlvTool using the “print” switch, the metadata text file is printed to the console.
You don’t need cli (or xuggle) for this. As @user2926939 mentioned, a lot of metadata can be embedded in the swf itself, which you can then extract and display without the need for an extra library.
Embedding external metadata
The swf(s) don’t have to be external to the project (if they’re swf’s from a timeline project), you can just embed the metadata from the swf itself. You’ll need to modify the source swf, the easiest way of doing this is opening the swf in flash and checking the properties tab.
You can use a VTL (variable target language) like this one to modify the metadata:
In the source file, you can see the structure you would like to embed:
On the right, you’ll find all the metadata inside a Dictionary, in this case you only need the mimeType property. This you’ll need to declare in your.flv muxer:
You can modify the source swf in this way:
Check out this post on how to embed a swf with a VTL: Embed SWF with variable values in Flex
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Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.2 GHz or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce 7800 or better, 1GB VRAM
Sound: DirectX 9 Compatible Sound Card
Keyboard: English Keyboard
DirectX: DirectX 9 Compatible
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