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Description: InfoMPEG
Download: infompeg.lzx       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 25kb
Version: 1.0
Date: 09 Jun 2004
Author: Martin McKenzie (port)
Submitter: Martin McKenzie
Email: marty/cadtechnologies co uk
Homepage: http://www.cadtechnologies.co.uk
Category: video/misc
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.0
FileID: 37
Comments: 0
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Videos: 0
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 This archive contains an OS4 PPC version of the InfoMPEG tool (written
 by Dennis Lee).
 See below for an extract of the authors documentation.

 Martin McKenzie
 email:  marty()cadtechnologies.co.uk
 web:    http://www.cadtechnologies.co.uk


InfoMPEG version 1.0

 InfoMPEG is a small utility to parse MPEG-1 compatible video streams,
and return information that is easily attainable (virtually no processing
of data beyond start codes).  Even so, hopefully some will find this program
useful.  Since there is very little data processing required for the
program's execution, it runs fairly quickly.
 InfoMPEG was written to provide a quick and convenient way of constructing
charts containing various details on MPEG streams, allowing comparisons to
easily be made.  It can also be used simply to find out the pixel resolution
and types of frames in a stream (can do so almost instantly).

InfoMPEG Options

Usage: InfoMPEG [-123] filename.mpg [filename.mpg ...]

Option '-1' should be used when the resolution and types of frames
 in a bitstream are sufficient data.  This option is
 very quick (can be used to scan through directories of
 MPEG files in seconds using the wildcard string '*.MPG')

Option '-2' or Option '-3' should be used when '-1' does not return
 enough data.  As with '-1', either option can be used on
 a single MPEG file or with multiple files.  If more than
 one file is specified, a summary chart will be displayed
 at the end of output.

Distributing InfoMPEG

Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this software and its
documentation for any purpose, without fee, and without written agreement
is hereby granted, provided that the following copyright notice appears
in all copies of this software.

InfoMPEG Copyright (C) 1993 Dennis Lee


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