Elecard Stream Analyzer Command line tool

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Elecard Stream Analyzer functionality is available in console version, so you can run the tool from the command line.

Stream Analyzer Command Line tool allows saving analytical data available via Stream Analyzer into a text file in CSV format with a few lines of commands. You can customize a sequence of commands to perform your specific tasks and automate your routine tasks.

Using this tool you'll be able to: 

  • Analyze the whole array of video files automatically;
  • Address specific and complex challenges with a few lines of commands;
  • Retrieve submitted results as a text file in CSV format for easy viewing in Excel;
  • Customize a sequence of commands to perform your specific tasks;
  • Accelerate and automate your regular tasks;
  • Get access to most of Stream Analyzer functionality and resources through Stream Analyzer Console.

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How to use StreamEye Command line tool

Sample Config.xml file

List of commands

 


How to use StreamEye Command line tool

Get to the command prompt by clicking Start->Run and type 'cmd'. Then enter the command to start the application first and proceed with the command line options. In general, the syntax is as follows:

EAConsole.exe <config path> [/dc] [/lc:<lc config path>][/in:<file path>] [/out:<file prefix>] [/sfx:<string>]
in input file path
out output files prefix
file path path to the file
config path path to the config file
sfx suffix of all output files in the config
lc config path to the license control config file
dc use the current run directory as default path for files

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Sample Config.xml file:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
    <stream version="1">
    <input file="…"/>
    <output separator=";(default)/," delimiter=".(default)/," file="…"/>
    <info>
        <stream data="on(default)/off" file="…"/>
        <message list="on(default)/off" file="…"/>
        <headers data="on(default)/off" file="…"/>     
    </info>
</stream>

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List of commands:
 

<input/> The tag is used to configure the input file
file Sets the input file path
<output/> The tag is used to configure the input file
storage Save output information into split or union storage (union(default)/split)
separator Defines the symbol/string to separate the output data (;(default)/,))
delimiter Delimits the fractional part with floating point (.(default)/,))
file Sets the output file path
<info/> The tag is used to define the type/-s of information for output
<stream/> The tag is used to output general information about the analyzed stream
data Contains information on data (on(default)/off)
file Sets the path for the output stream information
<message/> The tag is used to output messages that appear during analysis
list Contains information on message tree data (on(default)/off)
file Sets the output file path where the messages will be saved
<header/> The tag is used to define the output headers information
data Contains full information on header data (on(default)/off)
file Sets the path to the output file with the headers information

 

Notes on the command line rules:

1. Parameters with default value are not required and can be omitted;
2. Rules for input and output file names:

• parameter /in:<file path> in the command line overwrites the value of the tag <input/> in the configuration file;

• parameter /out:<file prefix> in the command line overwrites the value of the tag <output/> in the configuration file;

• if <output/> tag is missing (or not specified), output file names are formed from input file name plus suffix (if the latter is specified);

• if output file for a tag/section is not specified, the output file name for the tag/section is formed from the name specified in the <output/> tag plus suffix depending on the name of the tag/section, e.g. ".message.csv", ".picture.csv", etc.

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