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  1. whats the best program to see details about movies etc. like what video and audio format it has I have heard of Ge spot is that the best or have i got that wrong about what its called
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    GSpot is good, and useful - but only if you want details on AVI and MPEG files. Its support for other containers is rather limited, and GSpot hasn't been updated in a while.

    MediaInfo is probably what you want. It provides a decent amount of information, can be used cross-platform, and has a tree/text mode where you can just copy the details, if you want to paste them into a post here.
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  4. thanks all i couldn't remember what was the name of the programs i used before yes it was mediainfo and i did get it wrong with Ge spot it was GSpot
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