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  1. VideoInspector - 2.15.4 (Released 2020-04-25)
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    https://www.kcsoftwares.com/?vtb

    0005982: [Refactoring] Remove link with "codecsdb.com" which seem to be out of order (Permanent Error 500) (Kyle_Katarn)
    0005981: [Refactoring] Should not try to read version from non-existing codec files (Kyle_Katarn)
    0005938: [Refactoring] Updated Italian translation (Kyle_Katarn)
    0005918: [Refactoring] Updated German translation (Kyle_Katarn)
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    How is this software, the truth is that I have tried several and none of them meet the requirements. Is it paid or free?
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    Read the reviews here: https://www.videohelp.com/software/VideoInspector

    What is about the other software you've used that doesn't meet your requirements? The most highly recommended and reviewed program is Mediainfo which is free.
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    Looking at the OP's posting history, he's borderline spamming. Not only does this program have poor reviews, but most of his posts have 0 replies. When he's asked how this differs from the highly rated/regarded Mediainfo? "Different products from different developpers.... give VideoInspector a try !" https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/388985-VideoInspector-2-14-%28Released-2018-05-11%29#post2530741 !!
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  5. Originally Posted by pedrochan2 View Post
    How is this software, the truth is that I have tried several and none of them meet the requirements. Is it paid or free?
    This product is free : https://www.kcsoftwares.com/?vtb
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    Originally Posted by Kyle_Katarn View Post
    Mediainfo is a good product too.
    Yes it is. So why should anyone use your program that doesn't even support .mp4 and gives way less info than Mediainfo?

    Edit: Remove .mp4 support on the software link here. Very deceptive!
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  7. There is no 1 single solution.... VideoInspector is a free alternative. If you don't like it, don't use it
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    Originally Posted by Kyle_Katarn View Post
    There is no 1 single solution.... VideoInspector is a free alternative. If you don't like it, don't use it
    True. But there is a best solution and right now it's Mediainfo. Your program comes nowhere near it. I just tried it and 100% agree with the other reviews about it and definitely won't be using it. Mediainfo is also free, so your program is a free, much less useful alternative to a free program!
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  9. Originally Posted by lingyi View Post
    Originally Posted by Kyle_Katarn View Post
    There is no 1 single solution.... VideoInspector is a free alternative. If you don't like it, don't use it
    True. But there is a best solution and right now it's Mediainfo. Your program comes nowhere near it. I just tried it and 100% agree with the other reviews about it and definitely won't be using it. Mediainfo is also free, so your program is a free, much less useful alternative to a free program!
    So I suggest you use MediaInfo and let others give a try to VideoInspector if they consider it as a relevant solution.
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  10. MediaInfo Lite is excellent, too.

    With both versions of MediaInfo I particularly like the way it integrates into the Windows right click context menu so that you can simply right click on any media file and immediately view its properties.
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