REDline has this great feature of being able to output the metadata of .r3d files.
Would anybody know of a command-line utility which would do the same thing for QuickTime files?
Once my .R3D files are encoded in QT ProRes, I would like to get a listing of the QT metadata (particularly the timecode info) for further processing.
Of course, I could hack something together by using the QT file name to find the original R3D, and using redline on the original. But I'm hoping there is something simpler which would just print the metadata directly from the QT to stdout.
Google found me various GUI stuff which displays the info, but no basic command-line tool.