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|Bitrate Viewer is the next generation video bitrate viewer. It is mainly designed for DVD/MPEG2 creators but can also used with various video formats. With an autoscale graphical output window you can also analyze/view bluray disk files. Several nice GUI options. Based on ffmpeg.
2.3 (October 07, 2011)
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The only way I've found that can just read off the bitrate -- average and a complete time graph -- of video for AVC MKVs.
There are no menus, but there are actually lots of controls for various options (zooming, etc, so you can locate high bitrate sections precisely), see the progams's homepage http://www.winhoros.de/docs/bitrate-viewer/ -- you get this if you hit "F1".
I checked some MKVs I'd encoded myself with 2 pass so I knew the bitrate, and this gave it off exactly.
Very handy piece of software and FREE!
It's nice to be able to see the bitrate of my encoded media files. It has a pretty GUI, shows min, max and average bitrate, plus you can zoom in. Just click "Load" and browse for your video file. I have analyzed .wmv .avi (XviD) and dvd files so far.
Try it, you won't be disappointed.
Supports not only DVD/MPEG1-2, but also MPEG-4 and others. Easy to use and for free. Very reliable. Recommended!
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