MediaConch is a free and open source media policy checker and reporter software for Linux, Windows and MacOS. It is designed to cater to the preservation needs of audiovisual files at the highest standards. It comprises an implementation checker, policy checker, reporter, and fixer, focusing on files of preservation significance, such as those in Matroska, Linear Pulse Code Modulation (LPCM), and FF Video Codec 1 (FFV1) formats.
Specifically tailored for use in memory institutions and it offers a comprehensive solution for conformance checking at both detailed and batch levels. It comes with command line, a user-friendly graphical interface, or a web interface.
How To Install MediaConch on Ubuntu
To install MediaConch on your system, open the terminal application and run below MediaConch install command. It will install MediaConch cli and GUI in your system.
sudo apt install mediaconch mediaconch-gui
After the installation, you can open it using below commands.
Install MediaConch via Snap:
You can also install MediaConch snap using below command.
sudo snap install mediaconch-gui
Install MediaConch via Flatpak:
You can also install MediaConch via below flatpak command from the flathub. In the terminal app run below MediaConch flatpak install command.
flatpak install flathub net.mediaarea.MediaConch
And open it using below command.
flatpak run net.mediaarea.MediaConch