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.

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

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    • lo
      lostinlodos reviewed MovieScanner
      As a file data scanner it just works. It’s not as detailed in its output as MediaInfo but the importance info is there. Surprisingly capable. Even on rare and proprietary formats. Lists container, video tracks, audio tracks, aspect ratio, speed, subtitle tracks, photo images and attachments! SubInfo includes frame rate, aspect ratio and dimensions. Audio speed and frequency. Creates an sql database openable and editable in other software. Exports data to text formats. It’s missing two key features. Understandably for cross platform use. One is multi select. Supposedly available but I can get it to work. Would be useful to option click multiple files and thin a list. Two is open selections in finder. With multi select and a right click option to open to multiple highlighted files we could mode clips around to different folders to sort files on the drives themselves. That said this is one of the better file to list collectors for media I’ve seen. And both the official output and the database itself a very cleanly formatted.
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      9 months ago
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