MediaInfo Mac is a very tiny but powerful device designed to analyze and provide technical information for multimedia data of almost any type. It has powerful analysis tools and the ability to decode any type of data into an understandable format. In short, it lets you do what you need to do with the data. MediaInfo Mac runs on Mac OS X Tiger and can be downloaded directly from the company's website for a rather low fee of about $99. After installation and initial set up, the device requires only basic configuration and operation, and will run as efficiently as it did when it was new.
In order to use MediaInfo Mac, one must have a working computer with an installed Flash Player, QuickTime Player, and Mac OS X Tiger installed. Once these are all installed and working, simply download the free version of the Mac Player from the iTunes store and launch the application to retrieve your media files. A window will then appear on your computer displaying the stored files. You will be able to view each file, view its size, title, artist name, and other associated metadata. Finally, you can open and view any other file found in your hard drive.
To get the latest version of MediaInfo Mac, visit the company's website via the link below and download a free version of the software. This application is supported on all versions of Mac OS X Tiger and later. If you encounter problems or difficulties in running the application, you can contact the company through their support page on the site.