GSpot 2.70 final

GSpot is a video codec identification utility - identifies which video codec and audio compression method is used on .avi files, whether the matching codec is installed, and more.

Features:

* Establishes what video codecs (audio and video) are required to play an AVI file.
* Determines whether these codecs are installed on your system.
* Isolates problems associated with these codecs.
* Simple operation - Basic use: "File > Open", then read results
* Identifies download induced problems (truncated files, "cooked" files, etc.)
* Shows framerate, duration, aspect ratio, bitrates, AVI structure info, and more.
* Displays and allows editing of  RIFF info (title, etc); displays "hidden" ASCII info.
* Drag and Drop and "Send To" support, multi-file (batch) processing support
* Copy/Paste or text export GSpot information - format is user configurable.
* Built-in database of 350 video and 150 audio codec types
* Advanced UI including "dual-mode" and hyperlinked "persistent" tool tips
* Full support for OGG media files as well as AVI stream formats
* Identification (only) of non-AVI files (.mpg, .mov, .qt, .rm, .swf, .wmv, .asf, etc.)
* Supports VFW, ACM, DirectShow and DMO codec types (audio and video)

What's new in GSpot 2.70 final:

- Windows Vista Compatible (tested on 32-bit version only)
- Added MOV and WMV support (not fully complete)
- Extended MP4 support including ftyp identification
- Many bug fixes

Download: GSpot 2.70
Link: GSpot Home Page

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