The tdmsinfo Command¶
npTDMS comes with a command line program,
lists the contents of a TDMS file.
Usage looks like:
tdmsinfo [--properties] tdms_file
-p argument will include TDMS object
properties in the printed information as well as the data type and length of channels.
The output of tdmsinfo including properties will look something like:
/ properties: name: test_file /'group_1' properties: group_property: property value /'group_1'/'channel_1' data type: Uint32 length: 2000 properties: wf_start_time: 2016-12-3014:56:00+00:00 wf_increment: 0.0005 wf_samples: 200
There is also a
-d argument that will output debug information
to stderr, which can be useful when debugging a problem with a TDMS file.