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iFlicks 2

By Jendrik Bertram

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Description

Use iFlicks to add your video files to iTunes and iOS devices. Add metadata to Movies and TV Shows to make your video library look awesome. Managing your video collection on your Mac has never been this easy.

iFlicks is all about Movie and TV Show Metadata. It helps you make your iTunes Library look awesome by adding Metadata. All using a beautiful User-Inteface.
If you love Movies just as much as we do, you want them to look beautiful in your iTunes Library. You can even update existing Videos by dragging them to the iFlicks window. It really brings your iTunes Library to Life.

• Automatic lookup for Movies and TV Shows
• Clever parsing of file names
• Finds beautiful Artwork, including squared Artwork for TV Shows
• Metadata completely customizable using Rules

Speed up your Conversion
iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities. That way you can choose the best option to quickly import your video files into iTunes.

With iFlicks you can process your Videos faster than ever before so you can watch them on your iOS device right away.
• Extremely fast processing of many video types
• High Quality Video encoding
• Audio support for multiple tracks in different languages in stereo and surround.
• Support for subtitles to be embedded in your video files.
• Dedicated presets to optimize videos for any Apple device like Apple TV, iPhone, iPad or iPod.

Encoding
Your Video content is not H.264. No problem. iFlicks uses the most advanced encoders to convert your video stream while keeping quality high and files sizes low.

Muxing
Many current video files can be transferred into m4v containers without lengthy re-encoding or quality loss. iFlicks goes through great length to make this easy for you.

Automate task you repeat time after time using Rules, Watch Folders and Scripts.
Automatically open Videos copied to Watch folders. Run custom rules to modify Metadata and Settings. Use Apple Script to automate processing.
• Custom watch folders with automated processing.
• Powerful rule system to customize your workflow.
• Apple Script support for most functions.
• Integrated tightly with iTunes.

Rules
Using the powerful rules you can move metadata around to your preference, but also automatically choose preset, destination and further processing options depending on file path, type or other conditions.

Watch Folder
Automatically process video files dropped to folders you have set up as watch folder.

Conversion
• Blazing fast: By keeping muxing tracks when possible iFlicks is blazing fast.
• Video formats: Handle all common video formats like H.264 and DivX.
• Video container: Support all common video containers like mp4, mkv and avi.
• Audio formats: Import all common audio formats, including 5.1 surround content.
• Subtitles: Embedded subtitles in many formats into your videos.

Metadata
• Movies: Automatic lookup for movie metadata from The Movie Database.
• TV Shows: Metadata for all your favorite shows from the Online TV Database.
• Squared Artwork: From Squared TV Art.
• Support all tags: All common mp4 metadata tags supported.
• iTunes: Full support for iTunes specific metadata.
• Chapters: Extend your metadata with chapters.

Rules
• Simple: Easily make repeatable steps work automatically.
• Powerful: Most powerful rules support for video tagging.
• Customizable: Have the metadata look the way you like it.

Extendable
• Watch Folders: Make iFlicks automatically process videos in certain folders.
• Scripts: iFlicks can be fully automated using Apple Script.

General
• Easy to use: Video handling made easy.
• Beautiful: Gorgeous Interface.
• Takes advantage of many of the latest Mac technologies.

Enjoy using iFlicks!

What's New in Version 2.0.2

• improved iTunes integration
• added shortcut for easy metadata lookup
• fixed encoding videos for the original Apple TV
• improved AAC encoding
• improved watch folders on network storage
• allow editing rules by double clicking
• improved re-arranging rules
• new rule action to remove surround audio tracks
• new rule action to remove subtitle tracks
• tracks sidebar improvements
• interface improvements
• minor metadata lookup improvements
• translation updates
• stability improvements
• various other minor improvements

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Customer Reviews

Has issues for me - but in general a very useful app.

I used the first version of iflicks for quite a while. Now - the second version seems to have the same functionality than the first one but is a little cleand up. I would recommend this app to everyone who wants to copy the imdb metadata into their movie and tv show files.

I however had an issue that was only resolved after contacting the developer - who responded very quickly. The metadata had the wrong language and I was not able to change it to English. There are two workarounds to get the app to work properly (sort of) and I am still not sure if this is actually a but or a feature.
If your metadata has the wrong language, you click the button next to the title and change the language in the pop up to something else and back to the desired language. I hope Jendrik will figure something out so I don’t have to do that anymore but even with that feature/bug it seems to be a very useful app for us OCD people.

I don’t think it is worth $25 in comparison to other apps but it’s not a major app and I want it to exist - so I’m willing to pay the developer for his time.

Good App

I just started using this app and am pretty happy with it. I think the documentation is lacking though. If there are instructions available, I missed them, but was able to figure it out a short amount of time. I use this software to clean up my TV and movie library so that I can access it with Apple TV. I have it watch a folder, convert and rename files, add to ITunes and delete the original. It gets 9 out of 10 files matched with the right artwork, the ones it does not are due more to the source file than the software missing something. I have had it convert at least 50 files so far and am very satisfied.

In future revisions, I think it would be nice to have an estimated time to complete the entire queue of files in addition to the one being actively converted. Also, I think the “queue” button is not clear what it does when you toggle it. I would like to see two tabs, one of files in the queue and one of files waiting for review that could be added to the queue.

I would recommend this software.

Great, great, great app!

For years I have been manually converting and adding metadata to my Movies and TV Shows to have an organized iTunes library. This app has saved me a lot of time, 99.9% of the time it finds the correct metadata for video files downloaded of the internet, even of just-aired TV Shows. The only complaint I have is the fact that it doesn’t support subtitles, please add this functionality. Another tab where we’d be able to select .srt or any other kind of subtitles to add it to the video. If you could make something similar to the Subtitles app, where it automatically finds the subtitles in the language you selected and downloads it right to the folder where the video file is, and integrate it in a way that iFlicks would find them, add them to the video and all we’d have to do is press “Go!” to convert it already with subtitles, that would be insanely great!

iFlicks 2
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  • $24.99
  • Category: Video
  • Updated: Dec 17, 2013
  • Version: 2.0.2
  • Size: 10.9 MB
  • Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Macedonian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian
  • Seller: Jendrik Bertram

Compatibility: OS X 10.7.3 or later, 64-bit processor

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