GSpot Codec Information

I think the application really does hit the G Spot.  How many times have you been editing or having trouble with a video clip and you want to know just what codecs a video file uses.  Even with the most sophisticated software finding this info is a mind *%$@.  Not any more, now it's as easy as... hmm, well I won't go there.  It's easy okay. And did I mention it's free!

gspot_article_imageNot only does it tell you what codecs the video uses, it tells you if you have them installed.  Also in the mix is a bunch of useful/useless video statistic information.  Every video application from Quicktime, Windows media Player all the way to Premiere, Avid and Final Cut should make this info available from a simple right click <properties>.  But it's not that easy until G Spot.

It also has a cool visual GOP feature that gets into the nitty gritty of Base Key, Layout Width, Frame Order, Frame Number Overlay, B-Frame Dependencies, and Interlace / Pulldown for those of you that are into the building blocks of a video file.  Show your support to the developer and donate if you can or at least look at the ads to see if there is something you can use ;-).  I'm a firm supporter of freeware that doesn't take over a computer.  Have a good night.

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Cliffclof

Cliffclof, an independent designer and web developer of many years.  He has worked in all aspects of production.  His experience includes shooting film and video, special camera development, video editing, post production graphics, 3D compositing, DVD authoring/mastering, marketing design, website design, and more.

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