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Donate to MediaInfo - Please!

MediaInfo is free software, so why donate?

Since MediaInfo is freeware, there are no sales or other revenues; thus your donation is the best way to encourage the author and to enable him to continue developing the project.
In order for MediaInfo to continue in full-time development your support is requested, and your help will be greatly appreciated.

Via Credit Cards or Paypal

Donations can be made via Credit Cards or Paypal - once off or as a monthly subscription.
Please choose your preferred method below.
U.S.A. / Others
(in U.S. Dollars)
US$


or US$ /month
          Great Britain
(in Pounds)
£


or £/month
          Australia
(in Australian Dollars)
AU$


or AU$/month
          Canada
(in Canadian Dollars)
CA$


or CA$/month

Via Flattr

Via wire transfer (Eurozone only)

Donations can be made within Eurozone via wire transfer.
My Bank information -
IBAN : FR76 3000 3013 3800 0506 3325 656
BIC-ADRESSE SWIFT : SOGEFRPP
Don't forget to put your e-mail address in the wire transfer description!

Financially embarrassed? Nothing in your pockets except your fingers? You can still contribute! ;-)

You can participate in a worthwhile way in the MediaInfo project without needing cash through such activities as:
  • Translating MediaInfo into your native language or make improvements to the existing translations,
  • Translating this website into your native language or make improvements to the existing translations,
  • Creating beautiful HTML templates for MediaInfo's output,
  • Creating beautiful icons for MediaInfo,
  • Sending me multimedia files which are not well handled by MediaInfo,
  • Sending me formats of multimedia containers - I might be able to implement them better,
  • Programming some useful functions (use the latest version of SVN please). MediaInfo is written in C++,
  • Helping to support currently non-supported platforms (Linux, Win64...),
  • What else can you think of?
Don't hesitate to contact me if you're interested in contributing in any way!
Translation / localisation editing by Hibrasil