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Check out using ffprobe instead of ffmpeg. It doesn't try to play the video and you can pick an output format that suits you.
$ ffprobe -i +0p.mp4 -show_streams -print_format csv 2>/dev/null stream,0,h264,H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10,video,1/48,avc +1,0x31637661,854,480,2,N/A,N/A,yuv420p,30,N/A,1,4,N/A,24/1,24/1,1/24, +0.000000,52.208333,537875,1253,N/A,N/A,1970-01-01 00:00:00,und,VideoH +andler stream,1,aac,Advanced Audio Coding,audio,1/48000,mp4a,0x6134706d,s16,4 +8000,2,0,N/A,0/0,0/0,1/48000,0.000000,51.946667,126694,2435,N/A,N/A,1 +970-01-01 00:00:00,und,SoundHandler

In reply to Re: Get size and bitrate of video with perl and ffmpeg by zengargoyle
in thread Get size and bitrate of video with perl and ffmpeg by lancer

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