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All relevant information of a audio/video file is stored in the file’s header area, including duration, codec id, aspect, frame rate, bit rate, sample rate, channels, bit depth, language, etc. MediaInfo can obtain and utilize these info from the header of a media file with ease, which is very helpful for media software developers. If you just want to know the codec info of some movie or music file that could not be recognized or played correctly, you can use MediaInfo to check its technical & tag data. Continue reading MediaInfo – Detect and display technical & tag data for video/audio files
AMR (Adaptive Multi-Rate) is the most widely used, compact voice standard in the mobile communication systems (its audio file size per second can be controlled at about 1KB). It was known as the most common saving format for mobile phone audio recording (including old-fashioned ringtone formats) and widely recognized by each big mobile phone manufacturer. At the same time, it is also the only audio format that implemented loading vocals in the MMS.
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WebP is a new modern image format that supports both lossy and lossless compression launched by Google for Web use. In the same quality, it has much smaller file size than JPEG and PNG formats of images. If all goes well, WebP could soon become the new standard of Web images.
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MediaCoder is a rich-feature audio/video batch transcoding tool, it can help you batch converting audio/video formats, and it is an open-source freeware.
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