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Zenitram13th August 2006, 09:23Great little program here! Any chance of video and audio bitrates being reported in a future version? Why aren't there more options for the command line? Please try again. this contact form

If you think to the main developer, it is definitely not the priority (and will not be the priority due to the age of the language and the count of people I wanted to define whether it was pal sourced or ntsc sourced. Just doesn't detect if its PAL or NTSC. Zenitram10th August 2006, 10:57I can't create all types of files, so if you want that I detect well your files, you need to send me firsts bytes of a file from http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/311459-Can-t-start-to-work-neither-MKVExtractGUI-nor-PopCorn-MKV-AudioConverter

You seem to have CSS turned off. I am using 0.7.4.3 Any plans to get it running under a 64 bit platform? Please send me axample files with different bitrates at [email protected] multicone22nd April 2006, 22:20matroska people have added a link to Mediainfo on their download page : http://www.matroska.org/downloads/windows.html Looks like they are

If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Etienne - 2015-06-20 Here's the file I have. I just realized both are the same filesize and mpc detects both as 128kbit also. I noticed when viewing the file with media info it tells me nothing mroe than...Hmmm... Which is pretty common, the DLL that stores the C runtime is a very common dependency.

Here is what I've managed so far: $indir = "C:\Temp\input" $outdir = "C:\Temp\output\" $mediainfo = "C:\Temp\MediaInfo_CLI_x64\MediaInfo.exe " $files = Get-ChildItem $indir foreach ($file in $files ) { Write-Host "Scanning " $file.FullName Thanks! its not mentioned anywhere but mediainfo finds mpeg-audio streams in some of them (albeit with bitrate 0).. Posted 04/29/2015 Read more reviews Additional Project Details Languages French, Polish, Czech, Italian, English, Chinese (Traditional), Turkish, Chinese (Simplified), German, Spanish, Russian, Hungarian Intended Audience Developers, End Users/Desktop User Interface Win32

Sirber23rd October 2005, 14:28ok, thanks! Is the problem because I'm using Start-Process to launch MediaInfo? I'd like a copy of your file. Zenitram5th September 2006, 12:00Do you want me to post my observations about 0.7.4.0 BETA within this thread?

Note: on my side I think that you should work for me for free, this product needs you, you should be part of the project. https://sourceforge.net/p/mediainfo/discussion/297610/thread/b40dcc58/?limit=25 And want ask - when your dll will pharse AVS ? Zenitram8th July 2005, 17:40Can you library tell me if an audio file is variable or constant bitrate? P.S.

If you downloaded yesterday, this may be the problem. http://dekovsoft.com/cannot-read/cannot-read-user-file-rsw-lic.html Doom93rd July 2005, 01:42phew, just spotted this.. Sirber17th March 2006, 03:04AVI and MP4 are #1. and I work only on real video or audio files.

Obviously res defined the hz of a tv too. Sirber3rd September 2005, 23:45I'm starting to implement the DLL into RealAnime LE. Can't wait to implement it in RealAnime LE :D Keep the good work! navigate here I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time.

Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off. I don't plan to suppress the ZIP files, because some people want it. Thanks.

At this time (v0.7.0.1), this piece of information is not implemented for MKV (it is for OGM), it will be soon for MKV.

The unexpected small block leaks are: bytes: Unknown String The sizes of unexpected leaked medium and large blocks are: Unexpected Memory Leak Ht Ht. ~KxI[) SOFTWARE\Borland\Delphi\RTL FPUMaskValue _^[YY] YZXtm1 ZTUWVSPRTj tVSVWU Thanks your program ! are they supported? The source code can be downloaded here.

If you would like to refer to this comment somewhere else in this project, copy and paste the following link: Moonbase - 2010-12-13 It seems that something gets unregistered, I assume Command line is light at this time, but I plan to improve it... Sirber3rd July 2005, 02:19Gonna add it to RealAnime. his comment is here Any advice Please.

Width, Height, AR, Framerate all match what gspot tells me. That seems really messed up... AVIcodec says source file has 44khz samplerate . I'm not sure how mencoder and co read AVS sources..

bog standard avi file (xvid encode), but its the same with everything i pass to it as far as i can see. Why doesn't the DLL work with software name? MediaInfo shows how displayed order is wanted by the container, and sometimes the container says that stored order is TFF and displayed order is BFF ('fiel' atom in QuickTime header). You can work with OGM, this will be the same way to get info for MKV ;-) PS : you can monitor DLL release (http://sourceforge.net/project/filemodule_monitor.php?filemodule_id=90614) to be informed imediatly when I

edit: hmm, can interleave be calculated or is it something that's stored in the header of the container? I thought maybe this one will be easier but no way Once I have loaded the MKV file in there I can't move on nowhere. All MPEG-4 Video attributes should be available for a MP4 file. What are those flags?

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. Which one should I download? Zenitram4th September 2005, 21:33I'd like to know if it's possible to get infos on MKV like what language a track is (audio and sub) as well as the track # (to How to give Permission to create sandbox?

How do I compile from source? There is a flag in MPEG-1/2 Video stream for PAL or NTSC format. only mp3 files? No sponsor, so in the ToDo list when I ahve free time (=not soon).

iso639 : http://www.w3.org/WAI/ER/IG/ert/iso639.htm or http://www.loc.gov/standards/iso639-2/frenchlangn.html In MediaInfo, I use for all containers the 2-character iso639-1 code.