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I have many movie files and I need to know the resolution, fps, etc from each. I know there is a program that gives you the information without opening the file (QT inspector). I canīt find the podcasts where I here that, does anybody knows about this program?
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The QT (QuickTime) Inspector can be seen when you open the movie in QuickTime and do command+i
You can also see very limited movie information when you select the movie in the Finder and do command+i and look in the more info area.

To get all the movie's info you can use VideoSpec,
Download VideoSpec for Mac - Displays video file info in detail. MacUpdate Mac Software Downloads

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