AsfBin is a command line utility for cutting out fragments, joining, editing and repairing ASF files. AsfBin can be applied for any ASF file, that is, not only those with ASF extension but also those with WMV and WMA extensions. The whole operation is performed without any recompression. Thus the video quality is not degraded and the resulting file remains as unchanges as possible.
The result of an operation is always one media file. Maybe the most important feature to many of you is the fact that AsfBin can handle damaged files. It simply skips bad area and starts after finding a next good sample. Unlike AsfCut, AsfBin can survive some errors in the header and can read data after the damaged area even if the file isn't indexed.
Main Categories: Edit
Input Files: ASF, WMV
Output Files: ASF, WMV
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Windows 2003
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- Release Date: Feb 1, 2012
- Added output file duration micro-corrections to make it more precise when joining multiple files together.
- All markers, scripts and attributes input files used to provide the list of data to embed in the resulting output file now can handle correctly UTF-8 text files allowing using any languages like Japanese or Arabic. Escape characters may be now used. IMPORTANT! To get '' into ASF file you need to escape it by doubling it ('\').
- AsfBin can fix files that were having incorrect entries in the metadata object preventing it from playing by major video players like VLC or Media Player Classic.