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Let's say we have many video files encoded with different configurations and has different properties (audio and video bitrates, frames/sec, frame width and height etc)... Is there a way or tool that we can see all the details about the video/movie files all together?

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Which operating system/version? – splattne Jul 17 '09 at 7:32
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On Windows, changing to "Detailed" view (Right click white area within folder -> View -> Details) Allows you to see a number of columns containing information about each file. You can add more columns simply by right clicking an existing column header.

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Looking at the OP's gravatar, I doubt he's using Windows :-) – balpha Jul 17 '09 at 7:43
... although his profile says .NET developer ... hmm ... – balpha Jul 17 '09 at 7:47
:) csi superuser – spinodal Jul 17 '09 at 7:56
ooops! how a superuser am I... I knew the More... option but I always thought that it includes only general file properties... – spinodal Jul 17 '09 at 10:27

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