It includes three example scripts, debug-flv, index-flv and retimestamp-flv which demonstrate the possible applications of the library. Provides an easy and extensible way of writing applications that parse and transforming FLV files. Can be used as a drop-in replacement for FLVTool2, from which it is typically much faster. Unlike FLVTool2 it works on audio-only files and does not overwrite any previous metadata the file might have.
released on 1 December 2009
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