问题描述:

i'm developing an app that export audio file stored in the iPod library, but i should verify the file size before export and upload (server has a fixed max upload size):

  • i know that after exporting file, the size will not be the same: is there any method to estimate the new size ?
  • main question : can i know the original file size before export (using MPMediaItem or something else), so i can tell user that this file can't be uploaded (the export can take a while).

    thanks.

网友答案:

I have not tested but AVAssetExportSession can help you with this.

MPMediaItem *curItem = musicPlayer.nowPlayingItem;

NSURL *url = [curItem valueForProperty: MPMediaItemPropertyAssetURL];

AVURLAsset *songAsset = [AVURLAsset URLAssetWithURL: url options:nil];

AVAssetExportSession *exporter = [[AVAssetExportSession alloc] initWithAsset: songAsset
                                   presetName: AVAssetExportPresetPassthrough];

exporter.estimatedOutputFileLength will give you size in bytes.

网友答案:

I'm not sure, but i think you could use:

MPMediaItem *item = [[collection items] objectAtIndex:0];
NSURL *url = [item valueForProperty:MPMediaItemPropertyAssetURL];
NSData *data = [NSData dataWithContentsOfURL:url];
NSLog(@"length %d",[data length]);

Regards,

Mariano

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