Difference VideoPixelAverage Rate Filemanager vs VTM

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bluna
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23 Nov 2020, 12:15

The Win7 filemanager (explorer.exe) says that a testfile has a Video Pixel Avarage Rate: 7500 kb/s
VTM says that the same file has a Video Pixel Avarage Rate: 3985 kb/s

Who is correct ... who is wrong?
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admin
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23 Nov 2020, 12:21

You can try to use MediaInfo tool to get more details on the video file.
https://mediaarea.net/en/MediaInfo

Please post results here.
bluna
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23 Nov 2020, 20:16

Thank you.
Results:

VideoPixelAverageRate in kb/s

Testfile 1: the one in the first posting
FileType: MPG2

Win7-Explorer: 7500
VTM: 3985
MediaInfo: 3714


Testfile 2:
FileType: VOB

Win7-Explorer: 8000
VTM: 8000
MediaInfo: 5003


Testfile 3:
FileType: MP4

Win7-Explorer: 4508
VTM: 4507
MediaInfo: 4600


Testfile 4:
FileType: AVI

Win7-Explorer: 1800
VTM: 1819
MediaInfo: 1811


Testfile 5:
FileType: WMV

Win7-Explorer: 1960
VTM: 1960
MediaInfo: 1961

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24 Nov 2020, 09:18

Thank you for your post.
Can I have a look to that VOB file?
bluna
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25 Nov 2020, 16:36

4Gb file without that I have the copyright ... problem ...
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