Download MediaInfo 0.7.63

MediaInfo  0.7.63

By SARL  (Open Source)
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- Switched to a BSD-2-Clause license
- LXF: AFD (from ancillary stream) support
- Detection of some side car files and showing them as a single package (optional)
- MOV: more channel positions information
- TTML: detection
- SAMI: detection
- ID3: updated list of genres, thanks to Mats
- .so: search a local copy of the library before trying default path
- AVI: Support of Adobe PARf (Aspect Ratio) chunk
- VC-3: Scan order
- Flac/Ogg DISCTOTAL metadata support, thanks to Kurtnoise
- MOV, add Hap Video to the database, thanks to Kurtnoise
- Matroska, add VP9 to the database, thanks to Kurtnoise
- FLV, add HEVC detection in the FLV parser
- MOV, tref/chap handling, with chapters information, thanks to Kurtnoise
- MOV, HEVC/H265 detection and basic support, thanks to Kurtnoise
- PMP format detection
- MPEG-TS, HEVC/H265 support
- 16:10 DAR known value
- MPEG-4/MOV, crash with some truncated/invalid files
- MPEG-4/MOV: crash with files having moof atom and no moov atom
- Inconsistent hang with buffer API
- MediaInfoList was not working, thanks to Elbenfreund
- XML: dt:dt is replaced by dt (for binary data)
- MXF: Dolby E streams starting only at the second or third frame were not well detected
- MPEG-4/MOV: reducing analysis time for I-frame only video streams
- CEA-708: weird behavior phantom streams are displayed) in case of buggy CEA-708
- AVI: crash with audio delay and AvgBytesPerSec of 0
- Wrong demuxing of the caption stream in the case of AVC streams without frame_mbs_only_flag but having 2 fields in one slice.
- DPX: parsing was very slow with a sequence of files.
- MXF: Pre-charge duration was not read, time code of the first frame was wrong if "Origin" is not 0
- FLV: file was sometimes (e.g. most of the file padded with zeroes) fully parsed
- VC-3: Using values from specifications (based on compression ID) instead of SBD/SST/SPL/APLF from bitstream
- mediainfo-qt doesn't build

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