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  1. #1
    I'm looking for the program called Bitrate Viewer. It's a tool used to view bitrates and other info about a movie file. There is a free download (there's a link on dvdrhelp.com to the Bitrate Viewer site), but for some reason that installer won't work for me. If anyone has it, I'd appreciate if you let me know how I can get it.

    Thanks

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    why not just use "g spot", the program included with the k-lite codec pack?

    it shows codec info and bitrate info and is very easy to use
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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    why not just use "g spot", the program included with the k-lite codec pack?
    it shows codec info and bitrate info and is very easy to use
    for 2 reasons:
    1. I had the k-lite codec pack and didn&#39;t know what g spot was.
    2. The file is a MPEG, and when opened in G Spot, unfortunately it does not display the bitrate and most of the other info I need. Instead it says "n.a." (not available). For future reference though, I&#39;ll remember G Spot.

    Thanks for telling me about G Spot
    (I still need Bitrate Viewer)

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
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    If the format of the media is MP3/WAVE the bitrate is incorporated within the ID3 tags and therefore are normally shown on the toolbar in Windows Explorer or by viewing a folder as "Tiles".

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