I haven't seen this mentioned. There is a PE viewer program called CFF Explorer by NTCore, which can provide you this information. It can be downloaded and run as portable, but you can install it as well, if you wish.
Step 1: Launch the HEVC/x265 to MP4 converter. Click the \"+ Video\" button to select and add source x.265/HEVC/H.265 videos to the program. You can add and select multiple HEVC videos for batch conversion.
The popular free media player VLC also works as an HEVC x265 to MP4 video converter. If you have VLC installed on your computer, you can try transcoding HEVC to MP4 format using VLC without the need to purchase or download any additional tools. It has its own set of codecs for many video and audio formats, allowing users to videos from MKV/MOV/MP4 H.265 to MP4, TS, OGG, WMV, DIV3, AVI, Webm. There are some basic options to adjust the audio/ video parameters and add filters.
Switch Audio File Converter (also known as Switch Sound Format Converter) is developed by NCH Software, the same company that churned out VideoPad video editing software. Despite the archaic user interface, this audio converter has many nice features in its arsenal. You can batch convert audio files at once, with the option to choose different formats for the batch task; variable and constant bitrate is supported for the MP3 conversion; and it also has a command line plugin for the automation.
VLC supports AAC, MP3, MPEG Audio, Vorbis, AC-3, FLAC, Opus, Speex, WAV and WMA2, that's way more convenient than MusicBee. But the dealbreaker is, you cannot batch-convert audio files, nor can you designate a file naming pattern as other free audio converters on this list. Therefore, for audiophiles who want an Album-Artist-Track pattern, VLC will fail you. 59ce067264