Software recommendations: video playback without sound and image no longer a problem

Why is there no image but sound or no sound but image for video playback? Which codec is needed for a certain video file playback to work properly? These must be the problems you have encountered before. With VideoInspector, you can find out the video’s audio and video codecs and solve the video playback problems by downloading the appropriate codecs in real time.

Once VideoInspector is running, you first need to open the video file you want to process by using the “File→Load” menu command or the Ctrl+O key combination (you can also load it by using the “File Info” box under the “Browse” button under the “File Info” box to load the file). In the default Open File dialog box, you can see that the supported video formats are the common AVI, MPEG, Quicktime, Matroska and other four formats (Figure 1).


Once the file is loaded, the software automatically analyzes the validity and completeness of the movie and gives parameters for the length of playback. The “Video” column gives information about the video resolution, frame rate, video codec, etc. The “Audio” column gives the number of channels, sample rate, bit rate, audio encoder and other information. On the right side, it will also show whether the audio/video encoder is installed or not. If it is not installed, click the “Download” button to download and install it. If video or audio is missing during playback, choose to download the video codec or audio codec in question to solve the problem (Figure 2).


To view the installed audio and video codecs in the software and their corresponding files, click the “Codecs” button and select “Video Codec” or “Audio Codec” in the list window. “You can see the specific codec name, its version, file and other information (Figure 3). For codecs not included in the software, you can choose to download them by linking to the website through the command “Codecs→Download Codecs”.


In the process, we can integrate the ability to open video files with VideoInspector software into the context menu for convenience. To do this, simply click on the “Settings” button and in the settings window click on the “Add” button to integrate the “Open with VideoInspector” command into the in the context menu of the video file. If you don’t want to use this feature in the future, just click on the “Remove” button to unbind it (Figure 4).


Tip: If you have video burning needs or need to convert video to DVD format, you can choose “Burn DVD” or “Convert to DVD” through the “Extension Tools”. to perform burning or conversion. These two tasks need to be achieved with the help of external third-party VSO software, which will have a real-time download reminder, just follow the wizard to download and install.

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