This is a simple program that scans x264 encoded files and outputs the settings used when creating them.
OxAP is built on the Mozilla Platform and requires a runtime to interpret the source code. You can use either the XULRunner program or an alternative, such as Firefox. If you have XULRunner already installed then I assume you know what you're doing already. If you're like most people who need some help then you can execute it easily with Firefox. Just run this on your command line:
firefox -app path\to\oxap\application.ini or if you're on a mac:
/Applications/Firefox.app/Contents/MacOS/firefox-bin -app /path/to/oxap/application.ini. (more info)
Yes, we're all aware of that. That's why it's currently in the pre-alpha stage! If you're able to help improve it you can contact me at
There are lots and lots of languages and frameworks I could have used but I thought it would be fun to experiment with this one.
The code is interpreted, not compiled. So all the source is inside the download and ready to be viewed.
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