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MPEG-Inspector 1.2

Posted on Thursday, September 22 2005 @ 01:25:25 CEST by LSDsmurf

Changelog:

1. Improved stability against MPEG's with unusual constellations
2. Improved interpretation of audio frames.

3. "Extract snippets" now creates standard compliant end of the snippets.      

4. Improved behavior for MPEGs with high discrepancy between nominal and real bitrate.

5. Modified behavior in the calculation of time differences for VOBs which aren't the first of a VTS. 

6. Improved navigation in panel "Frames". Now the following keys on the keyboard can be used:

  • Moving the scrollbar with the mouse is updating the bar chart immediately.
  • Cursor left/right steps in the preselected "Step-By-Mode".
  • Cursor Up/down steps for one GOP.
  • Page up/down steps approx. one display range.
  • Home/End is positioning to the first/last frame.
  • Horizontal zoom is controlled by the mouse wheel.
  • Clicking the size field navigates to the biggest frame in the file.   

7.  Improved stability of the trial-version.


Program Information

Category:
Multimedia
Type:
Trial


Version:
1.2
Size:
127KB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: MPEG-Inspector 1.2







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Re: MPEG-Inspector 1.2
by Anonymous on Sunday, January 06 2008 @ 16:14:55 CET
This is the coolest MPEG-dissecting program that I've ever seen. You can see EVERYTHING about the file, from a 10,000 foot overview all the way down to the bytes in the B-Frames. Wow!





 

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