Foobar2000:Components 0.9/FFmpeg Decoder Wrapper (foo input ffmpeg)
The FFmpeg Decoder Wrapper allows you to play any FFmpeg-supported audio format through foobar2000. You need standalone FFmpeg binaries (ffmpeg.exe, ffprobe.exe) on your system in order to use it.
No embedded cuesheet support.
Not sample accurate seeking and length reporting.
Before using, you must configure the component for use with specific decoders.
The decoder list comes pre-populated with most common format configurations; however all of them are unchecked by default.
The per-decoder configuration page consists of four fields:
The name you wish to refer to the format by - shown in open file dialog etc.
File type mask
A wildcard-pattern that defines what files should be fed to this decoder.
Example: *.TAK for TAK files.
Multiple patterns may be specified per one decoder, delimited by semicolon.
This is intentionally kept separate from "format name" to allow alternate extensions and prefix extensions.
You can also specify protocols, e.g. rtmp://* - or combine file types and protocols, e.g. http://*.m3u8
Additional command-line arguments for ffmpeg. The extra arguments are injected before -i %s. To inject arguments after -i %s, include -i %s in arguments, -i %s will not be inserted again.
Write tag types
Tag types to write to when the user attempts to edit tags on the file.
USE WITH CAUTION - this feature may damage your files if used incorrectly; enable only after checking file format specifications for the file format you're dealing with!
You do not need to enable this to read tags from your files, the component will attempt to read popular tag types (ID3v1/v2, APEv2) from your files regardless of this setting.
Use the bottom editbox of the preferences page to specify folder containing your FFmpeg binaries - ffmpeg.exe and ffprobe.exe are required. If your FFmpeg binaries are present in %PATH%, there's no need to do so.