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MediaInfo  0.7.61

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- x64 and i386 Windows installers are merged, now only one installer
- Italian translation updated
- Bigger default window
- MPEG-TS: SCTE 35 and KLV streams are better displayed (in Menu part)
- MPEG-TS: Menu part contains the list of PID with unknown format
- MPEG-TS: Menu part lists PID in the PMT order instead of increasing order
- Display of both container and stream scan type and scan order
- DV100: scan order
- MXF: scan order
- MPEG-TS: Maximum and minimum overal bit rate (only if parse speed is set to 1)
- MPEG-TS, MPEG-S, MXF, AVI, WM: StreamOrder field added
- MXF: better support of malformed VANC streams
- MPEG Video: improved detection of the GOP (more frames are used), "Variable" value
- MPEG-PS: FirstPacketOrder info added
- SkipBinaryData option
- Matroska: some (other) streams were wrongly detected sa VFR
- Id3v2: support of old COM and ULT fields
- CEA-708: crash with some malformed streams
- MPEG-TS: crash when PCR is corrupted (same value at different offsets)
- QuickTIme: wrong channel count report in case of buggy chan atom. Now the stream description has priority over chan atom
- E-AC-3: duration was wrong in some cases
- Matroska: random wrong analysis in case of SimpleBlock mode
- MOV: hang on files having buggy "alis" atom
- MPEG-TS: bit rate mode detection was sometimes too much strict about CBR
- DV: wrong detection in case of buggy audio header (if present and set to 0xFF)
- MPEG-4: crash in case of buggy aperture size atom
- MediaInfo_Const.h was missing in the DLL package for Mac
- MPEG-PS: detection of phantom streams
- WAV: detection of malformed >4GB WAV files was no more working
- DTS: computing bit rate from frame size instead of targeted transmission rate
- DTS: setting the bit rate to "unknown" for Master Audio instead of instantaneous bit rate
- DTS: Display of endianess and word size was not coherent

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