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

MediaInfo Alternatives

The best MediaInfo alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    VideoSpec is a free AppleScript studio App (Xcode 3.

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    GSpot is a Windows-based freeware designed to identify codecs used in video files.

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    GUI for MediaInfo, an open source tool for displaying technical information about media files.

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    Ever had a movie where you could only hear the sound and there were no video?

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    AVIcodec is a free multimedia file analyser for Windows.

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    MovieScanner is a free application which uses FFProbe and SQLite to retrieve movie/video details like codecs, tracks, subtitles, etc.

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    AVInaptic is one of the powerful software that allows you to scan & analyze the video files from your computer and extract useful information lie duration, container, AVI index, and resolution without any disturbance.

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    Moo0 Video Info is a very easy tool which can dispaly each video / audio file's information.

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    For Windows 10 Desktop.

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    Media Inspector, formerly MediaInfo Mac, is a tool designed for the Audio & Video professional...

  12. Invisor displays technical information about your video, audio and photo files with ability to...

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    Media Tab is a nifty software solution that is extensively designed to display a wide range of details related to your audio or video files with only a single click.

  14. MPC-HC, the free, open source media player for Windows. DownloadsNote. Supported Operating Systems: Windows® XP SP3 .

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