Displays all sort of technical information from any media file. You can easily filter data to compare, print and export information.
Supported Audio & Video Codecs:
MPEG1-VIDEO, MPEG2-VIDEO, H263, H264/AVC, H265/HEVC, MPEG4, DNxHD, DNxHR, MP2, MP3, AAC, AC3, DTS, Vorbis, PCM, ALAC, FLAC and many more
MPEG4, MOV, MKV, AVI, QuickTime, WMV, FLV, MXF, GXF, MPEG-TS, MPEG-PS, AVCHD,VOB, ASF, AVS and many more.
- Updated to the latest MediaInfo version .
- Added preferences icon.
- Added option to disable Vibrancy.
- Added option to change font end font size.
Ratings and Reviews
Functionally very good. UI could be better.
The app lists a plethora of technical data about video and audio files. Two listings are available: “Basic” and “Advanced”. “Basic” is enough for all my purposes. The app can print the output or save it to a text file.
Each file opens in a separate window, making it possible to compare file data side-by-side (a distinct improvement over similar apps I have tried).
My only gripe would be about the interface: I am not a fan of the white-on-grey font, the window background transparency, or the Courier font, all of which make reading the details rather hard on the eyes. I would encourage the developer to revisit those design decisions (or provide for user settings) in a future release.
In summary, for a FREE app, this is excellent.
Useful to have in your Video Toolbox
This type of tool is a must if you do any work with video. The multiple windows makes for really easy side by side comparisons. This is a great successor to iMedia Hud. I miss the ability go have it down in my dock to just drag and drop files onto the icon in the dock, but over all this is still one of the best versions of this type of tool out there.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.