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|VideoSpec is an AppleScript studio app making use of MPlayer, FFmpeg, mpgtx and MediaInfo binaries to display informations on video files. Compatibility of analyzed media file with QuickTime Player v.7.5.5 is provided with indication on the installation status of the displayed QuickTime Component and its download link. Suggestion on alternate movie player to QuickTime Player is proposed. Finally, preview of video files is available using mplayer binary tool.
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0.9.7 (February 03, 2013)
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Just drop your A/V file on the app and it tells you everything you need to know about it. I like the fact that you may drop a number of files on the app and the window provides all details of all the files in a scrolling window. Extremely useful app. I've run it on Leopard and, now, in Snow Leopard. Just DL'd the 0.8.5 release and I expect it to be filled with just as much goodness. Thanks!
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