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MediaInfo deprecated attributes in Version 0.7.37

 

I’ve just discovered that the latest version (0.7.37) of MediaInfo has some deprecated attributes and I’ve compiled the full list of deprecated attributes split by the Track type.

General

Menu_Codec_List
Format/String
Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Info
Codec/Url
Codec/Extensions
Codec_Settings
Codec_Settings_Automatic

Video

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Family
Codec/Info
Codec/Url
Codec/CC
Codec_Profile
Codec_Description
Codec_Settings
Codec_Settings_PacketBitStream
Codec_Settings_BVOP
Codec_Settings_QPel
Codec_Settings_GMC
Codec_Settings_GMC/String
Codec_Settings_Matrix
Codec_Settings_Matrix_Data
Codec_Settings_CABAC
Codec_Settings_RefFrames
Resolution
Resolution/String
Colorimetry
Interlacement
Interlacement/String

Audio

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Family
Codec/Info
Codec/Url
Codec/CC
Codec_Description
Codec_Profile
Codec_Settings
Codec_Settings_Automatic
Codec_Settings_Floor
Codec_Settings_Firm
Codec_Settings_Endianness
Codec_Settings_Sign
Codec_Settings_Law
Codec_Settings_ITU
Resolution
Resolution/String
Video0_Delay
Video0_Delay/String
Video0_Delay/String1
Video0_Delay/String2
Video0_Delay/String3
Video0_Delay/String4

 

Image

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Family
Codec/Info
Codec/Url
Resolution
Resolution/String

Menu

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Info
Codec/Url

Text

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Info
Codec/Url
Codec/CC
Resolution
Resolution/String
Video0_Delay
Video0_Delay/String
Video0_Delay/String1
Video0_Delay/String2
Video0_Delay/String3
Video0_Delay/String4

Chapters

Codec
Codec/String
Codec/Info
Codec/Url

 

If you want the full list of all available attributes, then download the DLL version from the MediaInfo download page and go to the Developers/List_Of_Parameters folder.

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