Solved -  MediaInfo not working
#1
Hi everyone!

Right now, I've got a problem with file infos when I scan my library with tinyMediaManager for new movies : some of them are analyzed and nfo fields are correctly filled, but some not.
All I have in the log file is this kind of line :

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ERROR [tmmpool-mediainfo-thread-1] o.t.core.entities.MediaFile:734 - MediaInfo could not open file
ERROR [tmmpool-mediainfo-thread-1] o.t.core.entities.MediaFile:1441 - error getting MediaInfo

They're nothing wrong with the related videos on vlc, wmp and kodi.
I can even display their media infos on vlc.

What can I do?
Is this a bug introduced by the lastest version of tMM?

Is there a way to force a MediaInfo scan only (without scrapping)?
All the other fields (synopsis, genres, titles, actors,...) are filled and I have already corrected them.
I really don't want to do it again Confused

Thanks.
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#2
which OS do you use?

on windows/osx libmediainfo is shipped with tmm, on linux you have to install it yourself (https://github.com/tinyMediaManager/tiny...stallation)
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Windows 10 64bits
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#4
could you try to download the latest libmediainfo from https://mediaarea.net/download/binary/li...staller.7z and place the .dll files inside the native/windows-x64 folder of oyu tmm installation?
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#5
Thank you very much, mlaggner!

MediaInfo works again, now.
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#6
I know this is an old thread, but I got a similar problem but the solution was to update the libzen library, needed for mediainfo. I tested the mediainfo cli in the problematic files and realized that > 2gb files in a NTFS external volume in a 32bit Linux were the problem, mediainfo was simply giving no output at all for those files. Check https://sourceforge.net/p/mediainfo/bugs/1077/?limit=25 and related links for more information since it's where I found the solution of upgrading libzen. Probably compiling a newer version of mediainfo would work as well.

@mlaggner if possible, as a suggestion, check if the java code can check for mediainfo empty response somehow (I don't know if that's possible).
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