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Old 7th June 2016, 20:09   #1  |  Link
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H265 bitrate viewer?

Does anyone know of a free bitrate viewer for H265?

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Are you trying to see the overall bit rate of the video stream? If so, use MediaInfo.

Are you trying to see the frame by frame bit rate? For that you would want an HEVC analyzer. There are many to choose from.
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Also ffprobe can be used - some parser to analyse information extracted from stream is required but spreadsheet software can be used for this (or any scripting language).
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Deja vu -
http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.ph...02#post1692702
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Yep... but it works and there is almost no development...
Thanks for script!
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Are you trying to see the frame by frame bit rate? For that you would want an HEVC analyzer. There are many to choose from.
could you recommend such a freeware hevc analyzer for windows that could show frame by frame bit rate, like konran's bitrate viewer did for old codecs?
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could you recommend such a freeware hevc analyzer for windows that could show frame by frame bit rate, like konran's bitrate viewer did for old codecs?
If you are using x265, just encode with --log-level 2 --csv foo.csv.

That will give you a frame-by-frame file that lists a whole lot of fun per-frame data, including bytes.
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I found one,
https://sourceforge.net/projects/gtilhevcanalyzer/
But I couldn't get it to work on my *.hevc file.
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