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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


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

Layer key:

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

Command Line


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.


-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.


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