You can also view the bit-rate graph of specific media file(Except images).
This information can be exported in different formats(csv, json, ini, xml) and can be shared with others.
You can also apply different filters on selected media and can select from different available apps in your phone to select the file for analysis.
HOW TO USE
✔As soon as you start the app it show you list of media files to select from , you can select the file for analysis or long click to view options that can be applied to this file (Rename, Delete, Share e.t.c.)
You can also change file types(image/video/audio) to be shown from drop down.
✔After selection you are taken to result screen, this screen contains overflow menu at top right corner that you can use to export/share the results.
✔To view the the graph use the 'Bit-rate Graph' button in 'Audio' or 'Video' tab
All exports are saved in
'Media Information'folder in SD card root directory.
If you found some information missing then please export the results and look there as I am not showing every information available(attachments), also you may need to scroll the text field if information does not fit in one line.
Basic information are shown instantly but the other that require extra calculations may take some time while you see progress bar above these fields as they are calculating.
Why graph generation takes some time
This depends on size of file you are analyzing as every frame in media file needs to be scanned properly to generate graph.
How to know if media file is CBR or VBR encoded
You can always generate the graph and if this is uniformly distributed then media file is CBR else VBR encoded.