As a result, it can be difficult to keep track of all the information associated with a media file, such as its resolution, bitrate, and codec. This is where MediaInfo comes in.
MediaInfo is a free, cross-platform tool that provides users with detailed information about their media files. Whether you're working with video, audio, or image files, MediaInfo can analyze and display a wide range of technical data about the file.
This can be incredibly useful for anyone working with media files, from casual users to professional editors.
One of the key features of MediaInfo is its support for a wide range of media formats. The tool can analyze everything from popular video formats like MP4 and AVI, to lesser-known formats like ProRes and DNxHD.
Additionally, MediaInfo can analyze audio files in formats such as MP3, FLAC, and WAV, as well as image files in formats like JPEG and PNG.
Once a file has been analyzed, MediaInfo displays a wealth of information about it, organized into several different categories.
For video files, this can include information about the resolution, aspect ratio, frame rate, and codec used.
For audio files, MediaInfo can display information about the bitrate, sample rate, and channel layout. Additionally, MediaInfo can display information about subtitles and other metadata associated with the file.
MediaInfo's interface is clean and easy to use, with the ability to customize the display of information to suit your needs. The tool also includes a command-line interface, making it easy to incorporate MediaInfo into automated workflows or batch processes.
One of the most useful features of MediaInfo is its ability to generate reports about media files.
This can be incredibly useful for anyone working with large libraries of media files, as it allows you to quickly generate reports about specific files or batches of files. These reports can be saved in a variety of formats, including HTML and CSV.
MediaInfo is a powerful tool that provides users with detailed information about their media files.
Whether you're a casual user or a professional editor, MediaInfo can help you analyze and understand the technical properties of your media files.
With its support for a wide range of formats, customizable interface, and reporting capabilities, MediaInfo is an essential tool for anyone working with media files.
Changes to MediaInfo 23.06:
+ USAC/xHE-AAC conformance checker— Full list of changes.
+ S-ADM: support of SMPTE ST 2127-1 / SMPTE ST 2109 / SMPTE ST 2127-10 (S-ADM in MGA in MXF)
+ S-ADM: add S-ADM version and support of 1/1.001 frame rates
+ ADM: show FFoA/Start/End as timestamp and timecode
+ MPEG-7 output update with more extensions
+ MPEG-TS: support of JPEG XS
+ DTS-UHD: support of DTS-UHD (a.k.a. DTS-X P2) in MP4
+ MP4: detection of VVC
+ MP4: support of media characteristicd (spoken dialog, translation, easy to read...)
+ MP4: support of more Blackmagic RAW Codec IDs
+ MP4: support of ipcm CodecID
+ MP4: support of service kind
+ HEVC: support of SMPTE ST 2094-10
+ HDR: display of all formats if more than 1 format is detected
+ Matroska: support of SMPTE ST 12 in block additions
+ HEVC: time code SEI readout
+ AVC & HEVC: active format description readout
+ MPEG-TS: support of SMPTE ST 2038 (ancillary data)
x ADM/Dolby: fix wrong FFoA with 1.001 frame rates
+ MOV/MP4: more info with tracks having unknown type
x MOV/MP4: avoid to parse too much content with non stripped timecodes
x MOV/MP4: avoid incoherent behavior if 2 tracks have the same ID
x TTML: fix default frame rate
x TimeCode: 1/1.001 frame rate was not always detected
x MediaTrace: fix some random blank outputs
x URL: remove query part of the URL in the FileExtension field
x Referenced files: fix handling of URL encoded with UTF-8 content
x Matroska: fix crash in support of HDR10+
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There should be criminal consequences for both bundling, and distributing, spyware like this!
I like it, but this version makes Windows Explorer crash when I over mouse cursor over mp4 files for tooltip (only with mp4).