MediaInfo 22.03 Crack + Portable Free Download


MediaInfo Crack: A new version of the free MediaInfo program has been released , which provides detailed information about audio and video files. Mediainfo Crack Download shows what codec the video is compressed with, what bitrate, what aspect ratio it has and the number of frames per second. For an audio file, MediaInfo shows the codec used, bit rate, language, number of channels, sample rate, and so on.

Having shown information about the file, the program will immediately advise where you can download the missing codec or player. MediaInfo supports many audio and video file formats, including DivX, QuickTime, Real, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DVD (VOB), OGG, MP3. It also works with different subtitle formats, including SRT, SSA, ASS, SAMI. The received data can be saved as reports in CSV or HTML format. Mediainfo Crack Free Download has a Russian interface.

MediaInfo Plus is a lightweight piece of software you can resort to in order to gather various media information on a media file of your choice. It should be pointed out that the application relies on MediaInfo.dll in order to provide you with the aforementioned report. Boasting support for a rather limited media formats, more specifically, AVI, MP3, MKV, and WAV, the media info utility can be used in both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. Note that MediaInfo.dll should have the same architecture as the application so that you can copy all the data you are interested in to the clipboard, in HTML format, along with tags.

It is worth pointing out that running MediaInfo Plus as administrator is a must. The developer recommends to copy it to Program Files and use the “Open with” command in order to reveal a file’s info. In order to exit the application, you can turn to the Shift key. Aside from that, the F1 key can open MediaInfo.txt, F2 does the same with MediaInfo.ini, whereas F3 is dedicated to opening the folder. There are a few other commands you can try your hand at, with all the settings being saved to MediaInfo.ini.

What Information Can I Get With Mediainfo?

  • Main: title, author, director, album, track number, date, duration…
  • Video: codec, aspect ratio, frame rate, bit rate…
  • Audio: codec, channels, language, bit rate..
  • Text : Subtitle language.
  • Parts: number of parts, list of parts.

What Formats (Containers) Does Mediainfo Support?

  • Video: MKV, OGM, AVI, DivX, WMV, QuickTime, Real, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DVD (VOB)…
  • (Codecs: DivX, XviD, MSMPEG4, ASP, H. 264, AVC…)
  • Audio: OGG, MP3, WAV, RA, AC3, DTS, AAC, M4A, AU, AIFF…
  • Subtitles: SRT, SSA, ASS, SAMI…

And What Can I Do Using Mediainfo?

  • Analyze many video and audio formats;
  • Use different methods of presenting received information (text, sheet, tree, HTML…);
  • Change these presentation methods;
  • Ability to export information to: text, CSV, HTML…;
  • Use a graphical interface, command line or DLL to work;
  • Integration into the Windows shell (drag’n’drop and context menu);
  • Internationalization: any language is displayed on any version of your operating system;
  • Possibility of localization.

What’s New?

  • NSV (Nullsoft Video): full featured support
  • NSV: support for proprietary StarDiva metadata (by reverse engineering)
  • HEVC: support for CEA-608/708
  • Dolby Audio metadata: first action frame, binaural rendering modes
  • Dolby metadata Audio: 5.1 and 5.1.x downmix, 5.1 to 2.0 downmix, corresponding video frame rate, cropping modes
  • MOV/MP4, TTML, SCC, MXF TC: last frame time code
  • EIA-608: first displayed signature type
  • EIA -608: maximum lines per event and total lines
  • EIA-608: visible content duration
  • TTML: total lines
  • TTML: maximum number of lines per event (including overlap time)
  • TTML: frame count, screen aspect ratio
  • TTML: frame timestamp support
  • SCC: latency
  • Matroska: encoding settings metadata support
  • MOV/MP4: gamma metadata output
  • MPEG-4/MOV: difference between Audio Center and Mono when possible
  • MP4/MOV: support for dec3 atom in wave atom
  • MPEG-4/MOV: show both values ​​in case of mismatch chan atom Channel Layout Tag / Channel Descriptions
  • MP4/MOV: dec3 atom support in wave atom
  • MXF: improved support for AVC streams without SPS/PPS
  • ADM: display channel index for trackUID
  • WAV: fix hang with 32-bit PCM
  • DPX: Fix a regression with DPX files larger than 64MB.
  • Dolby E: fix crash with some invalid streams
  • E-AC-3: service type was not handled correctly
  • EXR: fix bad handling of files with long names in attributes
  • TTML: correct handling of timecodes 29.97 DF
  • AV1: fix parsing some streams, especially those with HDR metadata.
  • WebVTT: incorrectly handled WebVTT header with comment
  • Matroska: fix false positive on bad CRC32 detection
  • Several other bug/crash fixes in parsing.

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