GSpot is a Windows-based freeware designed to identify codecs used in video files. In addition, the application checks if the required DirectShow filters or Video for Windows codecs are installed and configured for proper playback.
- - GSpot is the most popular Windows alternative to MediaInfo.
- - GSpot is the most popular free alternative to MediaInfo.
The program is no longer updated. Last version, 2.70a, released on 22 February 2007, can be still downloaded from the official website.
Comments about GSpot as a Alternative to MediaInfo
Displays all the info of an audio/video file that mediainfo displays AFAIK-1
GUI for MediaInfo, an open source tool for displaying technical information about media files.
- - MediaInfoXP is the most popular Open Source alternative to MediaInfo.
Comments about MediaInfoXP as a Alternative to MediaInfo
Simple UI that can integrate into shell.-1
VideoInspector is a tool designed to provide you with as much information as possible about your video files.Discontinued
KC Softwares has shut down all activities by end of October 2023.
These little gem returns the bit rate, lows and highs, of a movie in a nice graph. Relies on solid ffmpeg :D
- - PlotBitrate is the most popular Linux alternative to MediaInfo.
Displays all sort of technical information from any media file. You can filter data to compare, print and export information.
- - Scoop! is the most popular Mac alternative to MediaInfo.
- - Scoop! is the most popular commercial alternative to MediaInfo.
AVInaptic is a program with a simple GUI (GTK +2) that analyzes file type AVI, ASF / WMV, MP4/MOV, Matroska (MKV), OGG, OGM, FLV, and shows a lot of information about technical characteristics (useful in predicting if the movie will be read from your portable player).
Small utility to scan your video files and store the media details (audio, video, subtitles) into a small database. Support export end printing of data, multiple databases, external subtitle, HDR and 3D detection, etc.
Comments about MovieScanner as a Alternative to MediaInfo
You get less data but the most important.0
Quickly calculate the total play time of a list of most any music or movie file. That was the original request. Due to further user requests, PlayTime has since been expanded to be a fairly complete front-end for the MediaInfo library.
VideoSpec is a free AppleScript studio App (Xcode 3.0 on Leopard) making use of MediaInfo CLI, MPlayer, FFmpeg, qt_tools and AtomicParsley binaries to display detailed informations on video files. Compatibility of analyzed media file with QuickTime Player v.7.6.Discontinued
The program is no longer developed. Last version, v.0.9.8, released in 2014, can be still downloaded from the official website