MediaInfo 0.7.96


    MediaInfo 0.7.96 is a convenient unified display of the most relevant technical and tag data for video and audio files.

    Visible information in MediaInfo:

    Container: format, profile, commercial name of the format, duration, overall bit rate, writing application and library, title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration
    Video: format, codec id, aspect, frame rate, bit rate, color space, chroma subsampling, bit depth, scan type, scan order
    Audio: format, codec id, sample rate, channels, bit depth, language, bit rate…
    Text: format, codec id, language of subtitle
    Chapters: count of chapters, list of chapters

    Available Formats:

    Container: MPEG-TS, MXF, GXF, LXF, WMV, FLV, Real, MPEG-4, QuickTime, Matroska, AVI, MPEG-PS
    Tags: Id3v1, Id3v2, Vorbis comments, APE tags
    Video: MPEG-1/2 Video, H.263, MPEG-4 Visual, DivX, XviD), H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, FFV1
    Audio: MPEG Audio, MP3, AC3, DTS, AAC, Dolby E, AES3, FLAC
    Subtitles: SAMI, CEA-608, CEA-708, DTVCC, SCTE-20, SCTE-128, ATSC/53, CDP, DVB Subtitle, Teletext, SRT, SSA, ASS

    Features in MediaInfo 0.7.96:

    Integrate with the shell (drag and drop, and Context menu)
    Reads lots of video and audio file formats
    View information in different formats (text, sheet, tree, HTML)
    Customise these viewing formats
    Export information as text, CSV, HTML
    Graphical user interface, command line interface, or library (.dll/.so/.dylib) versions available
    Internationalisation: display any language on any operating system
    Localisation capability (for which volunteers are needed)

    MediaInfo 0.7.96 Changelog:


    • MPEG-4: display of recorded date from DV substream


    • I505, AC-3: crash with some potentially malformed frames
    • I477, AVC: fix hang when open .mpls from some 3D BD
    • MPEG-4: does not show “1904” year is raw value is 0 (Mac/Linux)
    • Dedicated read thread disabled by default (rare dead locks)
    • #B1027, MPEG-TS: some files where detected as MPEG-TS or BDAV but they aren’t
    • Sequence of files : frame count was wrong with sequence of MPEG-TS files (was count of files)
    • MXF: detection of more 608/708 with parsing of few frames in the middle of the file was broken

    Systems: Windows 7, Linux, Windows XP, macOS, Solaris, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 10

    Source: Home / Download


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