MediaInfo supplies technical and tag information about a video or audio file
MediaInfo supplies technical and tag information about a video or audio file.
What information can I get from MediaInfo?
What can I do with it?
- General: title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration...
- Video: codec, aspect, fps, bitrate...
- Audio: codec, sample rate, channels, language, bitrate...
- Text: language of subtitle
- Chapters: count of chapters, list of chapters
- Read many video and audio file formats
- Multiple means to view information (text, sheet, tree, HTML...)
- You can customize theses views
- Exporting possibilities: text, CSV, HTML...
- Graphical Interface, or Command Line, or DLL
- Integration with MS-Windows shell (drag'n' drop, and Context menu)
- Internationnalisation: any language diplay on any version of your Operating System
- Localization capacities (but volonteers needed)
Main Categories: AVI (DivX, Xvid ...)
, High Definition (Blu-ray, HD DVD, HDTV)
, MPEG-4 (ASF/WMV, QuickTime, Real, VC-1, H.264 ...)
Input Files: AAC, AC3, AVI, Blu-ray, DivX, DTS, DVD, FLV, HD DVD, MKV, MOV, MP3, MPG, OGG/OGM, RAM, RM/RMVB, VOB, WAV, WMV, Xvid
Windows 95/Windows 98/Windows Me/Windows 2000/Windows XP/Linux/Unix
View complete revision history
- Release Date: Jul 20, 2019
Version 19.07, 2019-07-16
+ Mac App Store version: File comparison (InApp purchase)
+ Dolby E: readout of Dolby E program description
+ MXF: Detection of Dolby Vision
+ MP4: support of Spatial Audio Metadata
+ DV: color space is explicit
+ DV: audio format settings
+ Matroska: PCM bit rate
+ MOV, MXF: Time code frame rate
+ DV: DVCAM commercial name for locked audio and PAL 4:2:0
+ MXF: Time code track name
x USAC: frame rate was missing in case of non standard sampling rate
x USAC: fix infinite loop with some LATM streams
x WAV: MP3 delay should be added to BWF time reference
x TTML: fix wrong output with standalone files
x N19/STL: fix crash with some uncommon framerates
x VC-3: fix sub sampling with some v2 files
x DV: Time code frame number was wrong (divided by 2) for 50/60 fps content