Invisor displays technical information about your video, audio and photo files with ability to compare collected data.
Supports most of video and audio file formats including MPEG-1/2/4, Matroska, WMV, XVID, AVI, MXF, MOV, MJPEG, MP3, AAC, Vorbis, AC-3, DTS, WMA, ALAC, FLAC, PCM and others. Displays detailed info about file's container and media streams including subtitles and chapters.
The list of supported photo files includes JPEG, TIFF, PNG and most of raw formats produced by the cameras. Displays EXIF, IPTC, GPS, XMP and MakerNote tags.
Export feature allows you to save gathered information in different formats: Text, HTML, XML, JSON and CSV. Comparison table can be exported to CSV or HTML document.
Also there is a command to remove geolocation metadata from photos and MPEG-4 (QuickTime) movies to protect your privacy while sharing the media files.
Want to see more features? Found a bug? Please report me on firstname.lastname@example.org
* Added ability to extract cover from audio and video files (as well as image previews)
* Added ability to exclude private info while export (File Kind, UTI, Location, extended attributes like Finder Comment and Tags)
* Increased speed while obtaining file system metadata (extended attributes)
* Other minor changes and fixes
Ratings and Reviews
An excellent tool.
It does what it does, how it needs to, no more, no less. The UI is very functional (although a little clunky) and bears its legacy well.
A huge step up from the already great MediaInfo
Right away I did a test drive to use Invisor the way I typically use Mediainfo. A few things this app has that Mediainfo doesn’t have that make it totally worth the cost for me (though Mediainfo is also a fantastic tool and a solid open-source foundation):
- The Open With… in Finder works as you’d expect it to.
- Invisor gives you a LOT of info on video files, including number of total frames, Field order, and Progressive vs. Interleaved.
- The Comparison view is very cool.
- The multi-file open works as you’d expect it to and the side-bar is very convenient.
I highly recommend this as a must-have tool for anyone working with video files! It will become a daily tool.
If you have any need to get detailed information about your media files (audio files, movies, etc.), you should buy this app. I'd have paid $10 for it. I had a very specific, technical question for the developer. He answered it in about an hour—great customer service!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.