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bitrate analyzer with graph (rate/time)
bitrate analyzer with graph (rate/time)
by Michael Rampe on Mar 20, 2010 at 2:07:46 am

Does anyone know of a good bitrate analyzer with a graphing function of rate over time for mp4 files encoded with x264?

I have been looking everywhere and cannot find anything at all that does this.

Preferably OSX but I could put up with linux or windows if required;-)

Michael


Re: bitrate analyzer with graph (rate/time)
by Craig Seeman on Mar 20, 2010 at 3:02:28 am

Inlet Semaphore for Windows
http://www.inlethd.com/?q=products/semaphore




Re: bitrate analyzer with graph (rate/time)
by Michael Rampe on Mar 22, 2010 at 9:17:23 am

looks good but out of my price range.....

Anything cheaper? It ONLY needs to graph data rate over time, no other fancy features or alarms etc.


Re: bitrate analyzer with graph (rate/time)
by Craig Seeman on Mar 22, 2010 at 12:56:05 pm

Well, Telestream Episode (Mac or Windows) does that with its own encodes immediately afterwards but you can't import files encoded elsewhere or after removing from the batch.

On Windows there's WMSnoop which is free but works with Windows Media only.
http://www.sliq.com/default.asp?view=wmsnoop

Basically it would be good to find an H.264 equivalent to WMSnoop but I haven't heard of that.

For MPEG2 there's Digigami MPressionist but it's also expensive and apparently requires Rosetta for Intel Mac. It looks like a dead product given that.
http://www.digigami.com/mpressionist/

Elecard also seems to have relevant tools. Also expensive.
http://www.elecard.com/products/products-pc/professional/

There's also mpeg-analyzer but they don't list prices. My hunch expensive since you have to email for a demo.
http://www.mpeg-analyzer.com/

This looks to be $450
http://www.h264visa.com/








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