Thanks for your suggestions and it is working perfectly and I am able to see file properties like codec, channels,size,length etc., but unable to see others like depth,height,framerate etc., which I don't want and I want mainly size and length, file name, path.
There won't be any data for the depth, height, and framerate fields because those are video specific fields. You're working with audio files.
I am running Windows 8.1 pro. Upto now I ran with normal privileges and so it has not worked and by launching with administrative privileges it worked perfectly. Is it possible to always run with administrative privileges when I click shortcut in desktop.
Under Windows 7, right-click the EXE and choose Properties. Go to the Compatibility tab and check the "Run this program as an administrator" box. I'm assuming Windows 8 is similar.
Alternatively, you can move the program to a non-UAC-protected folder.
When I export the content to csv file and open the file in excel date modified column is not displayed properly.
This is almost certainly because Excel is converting the date into whatever date format you have set in Excel.
The path field for some files are not uploaded properly. I am providing the csv file generated as an attachment and so please examine the content especially path column and in that too examine first few rows and middle rows and at last bottom rows. The path field for bottom rows are uploaded properly and for some middle rows not uploaded properly.
Your paths look fine to me but I have nothing to compare them to. I mean, they're your
paths, right? I don't know exactly what to expect them to look like. It could be another case of Excel formatting the data. The best thing to do would be to use a CSV file viewer that won't change the data. You can use NirSoft's CSVFileView found here: http://www.nirsoft.n...s/csv_file_view.html
You could also simply look at the CSV file directly in a text editor (like Notepad) and see if the data is correct.
The main issue is is it possible to calculate total playback length in the csv file generated I mean sum the total length column. As I have transcoded a directory containing 1562 files to opus is it possible to compare csv files of source and destination directories regarding length column.
What you're asking for is beyond the scope of PlayTime. That is, PlayTime offers no sort of comparison features like what you're describing. The CSV export just exports the list contents. What you do after that is your own business.