BWF MetaEdit and AVI MetaEdit Updates

We are excited to announce the release of updated versions of BWF MetaEdit and AVI MetaEdit. These tools were: initially funded by the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration and FADGI; designed and led by AVPreserve, and developed by Jerome Martinez of MediaArea. Thanks to Jerome for his great work on performing these much needed updates!

Download the latest versions here:

BWF MetaEdit Version 1.3.2

AVI MetaEdit Version 1.0.1

The latest updates include the following:

BWF MetaEdit Version 1.3.2

• Added support for the latest versions of Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, RHEL/CentOS...

• Updated third party libraries (e.g. Qt)

• Added command-line option for outputting an XML report to a specific file

• Fixed issues with drag and drop on newest versions of macOS

• Fixed sync issues between sample count and translated timestamp

• Fixed issue where unknown loudness was stored as 0x0000 when the specification says it must be 0x7FFF

• Fixed issues with CodingHistory on macOS

• Fixed issue with CodingHistory not correctly reading history with carriage returns

• Fixed crashing issues and improved stability

• Fixed several minor issues with UMID editor

AVI MetaEdit Version 1.0.1

• Added support for latest versions of Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, RHEL/CentOS...

• Updated third party libraries (e.g. Qt)

• Fixed crashing and improved stability on macOS

• Fixed issues with drag and drop on newest versions of macOS

• Fixed potential file corruption (insertion of 2 padding bytes instead of 1) when re-writing files

• Fixed potential crashing during verification of an MD5 when present in the file

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