MediaInfo Mac is now Discontinued.

mediainfo_macHi there, just a quick note to let you all know that MediaInfo Mac is now officially discontinued.

You can get the latest MediaInfo Mac release by visiting the releases archive but no new versions or bugfixes will be released.

Thanks to the more than 50k people who downloaded, contributed and used MediaInfo Mac.

7 Responses to “MediaInfo Mac is now Discontinued.”

  1. Oh, development discontinued? What a pity.

    Wouldn’t there be a mini-new-release possible for two annoying and remaining drawbacks?

    1) The “Send Feedback” doesn’t work (“Error contacting server…”)
    and prevents from contacting you…
    (If I were you I woudl also a “Contact” form in your website or blog, otherwise you’ll be really hard to contact…)

    2) A really usefull improvment would be to ERASE the whole window from previous info when processing a new file. (When the new file format is not well handled by MediaInfo -Yes sometimes it happens ;-)- then unfortunately, the new name is written at the bottom of the window, but all the informations written are the one from the previous file…

    Hoping those two little things could be solved,
    and congratulations for this software.

    by Yann, July 19th, 2009 at 8:56 am

  2. Hi there Yann, to be honest i wasn’t aware of problem #2 and i wasn’t able to reproduce it here.
    In any case, MediaInfo Mac is discontinued as was stated on this post, so no new versions or bugfixes should be expected.
    Good news are that im working on a totally new application that will replace MediaInfo Mac which will be released soon.
    Cheers, Diego.

    by Diego Massanti, July 20th, 2009 at 5:36 pm

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  4. Ah, a pity about the demise of Tiger support. I hoped to at least do a final update as directed in the updater and downloaded mediainfo_mac_0.7.17.1.dmg but the application says it cannot run under my version of OSX (10.4.11)???

    by Limmie, August 26th, 2009 at 5:24 pm

  5. Limmie, as stated in this post, just go to and get the last release (, it will work in Tiger without any problem.
    Cheers!, Diego.

    by Diego Massanti, August 26th, 2009 at 5:27 pm

  6. Hi Diego,

    Was wondering if you could help me with something……….

    Am looking for examples/code of using the MediaInfo library within an Obj-C/Cocoa project. Appreciate you have done this with your now discontinued product. Any chance you could send me some information on how you integrated and called the dylib from within Xcode?

    Realise this is a big ask, but your help would be welcomed. My mail is jeffersonhumber [at]

    Thanks, Jeff

    by Jefferson Humber, August 27th, 2009 at 3:20 pm

  7. @Jefferson Humber: I didn’t do anything special, I’m calling a dynamic library in the standard way, sorry if you were expecting something spectacular here but no.
    Compiling the library to support all variants of OSX and all platforms is a hard task though and nothing that I can explain in a blog post, but basically I’m doing several parallel builds and then i create a fat binary library with lipo for all the archs and frameworks that I want. There is plenty of documentation and examples about this in the ADC site and/or xCode documentation and/or C books.

    On top of that I’m discontinuing MediaInfo Mac in the way we know it, but I’m rewriting a much better product with more features, i guess i should have explained it better on the original post.

    @everybody else: i have fixed the Snow Leopard bug in MediaInfo Mac, you can get the latest release here:

    Tiger compatibility has been dropped forever starting with this release. Cheers!

    by Diego Massanti, September 4th, 2009 at 2:45 pm