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Old 02-19-04, 12:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Windows ME question

I know there are a few people on here that are fairly good with this stuff, so I thought I would try here, as I haven't been able to find the answer to this elsewhere.

How on earth do I find out the details of movies, such as (and most importantly) frame size, using ME? I know with other Windows editions such as XP you bring up the properties box and it will say in General or Summary, but no actual information is available in there General only gives stuff like which program is set as the default for viewing, and when it was saved/recorded; Summary always states that no information is available It says this for .AVI (normal, divx, xvid) .MPG, .ASF, etc. etc.

Anyways, if someone can point me in the direction, I would erally appreciate it
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Not all movies have the info, even if you right-click and go to properties. A lot of the early XVID's are like that, plus some DivX's. You might need a 3rd party tool, but they are free. Here's a link to one:

Link to video detail program:

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Thanks for the link! I'm fairly sure it is something with my program, every movie in every format I've ever tried to view the info on doesn't have any
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