Monday, July 8, 2013

MediaInfo 0.7.64

MediaInfo 0.7.64 is a freeware to give technical and tag information about a video or audio file.You can read many video and audio file formats with it. It supports many formats like MKV, OGM, MP4, AVI, MPG, VOB, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, DVD, WMV, ASF, DivX, XviD, MOV (Quicktime), SWF(Flash), FLV, FLI, RM/RMVB. Audio : OGG, MP3, WAV, RA, AC3, DTS, AAC, M4A, AU, AIFF, WMA. It provides you different methods of viewing information (text, sheet, tree, HTML...).It gives u information like the title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration etc about the file.

MediaInfo 0.7.64@.NeXT


Version: 0.7.64
Size: 4.3MB
Date Added: Jul 7, 2013
License: Freeware
Languages: Muti-languages
Publisher: MediaArea.net SARL

What's new in this version:
  • + New canonical URL of the website: http://MediaArea.net/MediaInfo
  • + Portuguese, Basque and Russian translations updated
  • + E-AC-3: support of streams having substreams (e.g. more than 6 channels)
  • + JPEG: detection of YUVA, RGB, RGBA and YCCK color spaces
  • + MPEG Audio: detection of Id3v1 inside an MPEG Audio frame
  • + Matroska: support of HEVC/H.265 (based on specifications draft from DivX inc)
  • + Canopus: detection of scan mode, scan order, pixel aspect ratio
  • + MD5 generation option (work in progress)
  • + Id3v2: reading of all Id3v2 blocks (no more only the first one) at the beginning of the file
  • + MPEG-4: support of few additional iTunes tags, thanks to Kurtnoise
  • + AVI: detection of Ut Video, thanks to Kurtnoise
  • + MXF: detection of Dolby E even if EssenceCompression is not SMPTE 337
  • + AIFF: detection of Dolby E
  • + AIFF: detection of not aligned Dolby E
  • + ARIB B24/B37: Caption_conversion_type display (HD, SD, Mobile)
  • + MPEG-TS: displaying CEA-708 service and CEA-608 presence if the corresponding ATSC descriptor is present
  • + MPEG-TS: quicker analysis in the case of quick parsing option
  • + #F412, Matroska: Handling of files having no DocType
  • x #B761, MPEG-TS/ARIB: crash with some streams, thanks to maki
  • x #B765, Matroska: was parsing the complete file if a stream indicated in the header is not present
  • x #B763, MXF: detection of incoherency of channel count between bitstream and wrapper
  • x #B762, Matroska: detecting 23.976 frame rate (instead of 23.962 fps due to imprecise timestamp)
  • x #B759, QuickTime: detection of time codes having tcmi not embedded in tmcd box
  • x #B766, RMVB: a/v delay is incorrect, currently disabling it
  • x #B768, MPEG-4, crash with some MPEG-4 files
  • x #B769, MPEG-4, crash with some MPEG-4 files
  • x #B764, AVC: wrong parsing of some streams having pic_scaling_matrix
  • x AVC, crash with some AVC streams
  • x AAC, infinite loop with some AAC streams
  • x FLV, infinite loop with some FLV files
  • x Matroska: crash with some malformed files
  • x MOV: crash/long parsing with some malformed files
  • x AC-3: crashes and freezes fix
  • x Java 64-bit: Count_Get(StreamKind) was always returning 0
  • x Python 64-bit: Count_Get(StreamKind) was always returning 0
  • x DTS: some streams were not detected
  • x DTS: some memory leaks with 14-bit streams
  • x SMPTE ST 302: memory leaks
  • x SMPTE ST 337: memory leaks
  • x Total failure if MEDIAINFO_REFERENCES_NO #define was used
  • x QuickTime: Time code name is in "Title" field
  • x MPEG-4/QuickTime: handling of weird "negative" frame duration is stts


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