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The djv_info application is a command line tool for displaying information about images and movies.

Example output:

yesterdayview.mov                    640x424:1.51 RGB U8 00:02:00:01@12
dlad.dpx                          2048x1556:1.32 RGB U10 00:00:00:01@24
render0001-1000.exr                                      00:00:41:16@24
    0: A,B,G,R                                     720x480:1.5 RGBA F16
    1: Ambient                                      720x480:1.5 RGB F16
    2: Diffuse                                      720x480:1.5 RGB F16
    3: Specular                                     720x480:1.5 RGB F16
    4: Z                                              720x480:1.5 L F32

Key:

(name)       (width)x(height):(aspect ratio) (pixel) (duration)@(speed)

Layer key:

(name)                                               (duration)@(speed)
    (layer): (name)             (width)x(height):(aspect ratio) (pixel)

Command Line

Usage:

djv_info (image|directory)... [option]...
imageOne or more images, image sequences, or movies
directoryOne or more directories
optionAdditional options (see below)

If no images or directories are given then the current directory will be used.

Options:

-x_info, -xiDon't show image information, only file names.
-verbose, -vShow verbose image information.
-file_path, -fpShow file path names.
-seq, -q (value)Set file sequencing. Options = Off, Sparse, Range. Default = Range.
-recurse, -rDescend into sub-directories.
-columns, -c (value)Set the number of columns for formatting output. A value of zero disables formatting.

Documentation for image I/O command line options is available here.

Documentation for general command line options is available here.

Examples

Display image information:

> djv_info image.sgi image2.sgi

Display image sequence information:

> djv_info image.1-100.sgi

Display information about all images within a directory:

> djv_info ~/pics