|Mac App Store||macOS 10.7 to 11, x86_64|
|GUI||Mac App Store is the simplest way to find and download apps for your Mac.|
Get MediaInfo v21.03 from Mac App Store!
(there is a small fee)
|macOS 10.10 to 11||x86_64,|
|GUI||v21.03||(free of charge GUI, but it is not well integrated in your OS: it is the old-style GUI I first used. Prefer the Mac App Store version)|
10.6 (Snow Leopard),
10.8 (Mountain Lion),
10.11 (El Captain),
10.13 (High Sierra),
|GUI||v21.03||The GUI is x86_64 only.|
(free of charge GUI, but it is not well integrated in your OS: it is the old-style GUI I first used. Prefer the Mac App Store version)
|GUI||v0.7.60||(free of charge GUI, but it is not well integrated in your OS: it is the old-style GUI I first used.)|
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MediaInfo for Mac, free and safe download. MediaInfo latest version: Find out which codecs your videos need. Download MediaInfo for Mac OS X v19.09 (open source) - AfterDawn: Software downloads MediaInfo is a free software that supplies technical and tag information about a video or audio file. Visit developer's site Download MediaInfo 21.03 Windows 6MB Win Download MediaInfo 21.03 Mac 64-bit 9MB Mac64 Download MediaInfo 21.03 Linux Linux Download Portable and other versions Download.
It's taken a very long time, but you've finally found and downloaded that audio or video file you've been looking for. So it's particularly frustrating that it won't play. At all. But why?
You could try downloading the file again, just in case it was corrupted. Maybe using another media player would help. How about installing a new codec pack? Troubleshooting media problems is tricky, and you could spend hours trying to figure out the problem.
There is a quicker alternative, though. Just open your audio or video file in MediaInfo, and you'll see lots of technical information about it: video and audio stream type, codec, aspect ratio, frames per second, sample rate and more.
If the file is broken - a missing video stream, say - then you'll see that immediately, and won't have to waste time tweaking your own system. And if it's just using a codec that you don't have installed, then you can quickly grab the latest version, and hopefully fix your playback problems right away. (There's even a 'go to the web site of this video codec' button, so it's only a single click away.)
As a bonus, MediaInfo also displays file tags: album and track name, performer, composer, publisher, whatever it might contain. And wide support for video and audio formats means it'll work with just about any file type - MKV, OGM, AVI, DivX, WMV, QuickTime, Real, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DVD (VOB), OGG, MP3, WAV, RA, AC3, DTS, AAC, M4A, AU, AIFF and more.
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You won't need MediaInfo often, but when you do it'll come in very handy. Grab a copy now