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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 Movie and TV Show metadata
• Automatic lookup for subtitles and chapter titles
• Clever parsing of file names
• Finds beautiful Artwork, including squared Artwork for TV Shows
• Metadata completely customizable using Rules

Using 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 and chapter titles 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.

Two subscription options are available:
- iFlicks Basic: $0.99 monthly, $9.49 annually
- iFlicks Plus: $2.49 monthly, $18.49 annually

Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless cancelled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.

Terms of Service: https://iflicksapp.com/terms
Privacy Policy: https://iflicksapp.com/privacy

For more details about iFlicks, please check out our website at iflicksapp.com.
Connect with us at support@iflicksapp.com, support.iflicksapp.com or facebook.com/iFlicks.

Enjoy using iFlicks!

What's New

Version 2.6.3

iFlicks 2.6 is the third major update to the already awesome iFlicks 2

This update focuses on continuous improvements, making iFlicks compatible with new video and audio formats and updating the internal metadata handling to be more reliable.

== Get back to us ==

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at support.iflicksapp.com, facebook.com/iFlicks or support@iflicksapp.com.

If you enjoy using iFlicks, please take a minute to leave a nice review: it really helps.

Ratings and Reviews

1.1 out of 5
7 Ratings
7 Ratings
Twisted View

Great app, terrible business practices.

The developer just wrote a response to this review. It reads:

"Sorry, but I don't get what is wrong with allowing customers to purchase an upgrade. If you don't want it, keep using the version you have. In case you want to use the new features, purchase the upgrade. Simpel as that.”

To that I say: I agree. There is nothing wrong with charging for a new version of an app. Gotta put food on the table. But pushing out an update that cripples existing, functional software and then asking for money to return it to its former, usable state is not an upgrade. “Extortion” is probably too strong a word, but it’s in the ballpark. Jendrik, if you want to restore some customer goodwill, restore iFlicks 1.x to how it used to be (before your subscription model), and leave iFlicks 2 on the store as-is. People who are content with the version 1.x feature set can go about their day, and folks who need/want more can upgrade to 2.x.

My initial review:

As a customer, you should never be able to purchase an app, “upgrade” it, and then not be able to use it… but that’s exactly want happened with iFlicks. Fortunately I was able to restore my old 1.x version from an old backup, but now I’m stuck never being able to click the “Update All” button in the App Store, unless I want to deal with that rigmarole again. iFlicks 1 is still indispensable, but I can’t recommend iFlicks 2.

Developer Response

Sorry, but I don't get what is wrong with allowing customers to purchase an upgrade. If you don't want it, keep using the version you have. In case you want to use the new features, purchase the upgrade. Simpel as that.

EDIT: The original iFlicks is still available for the users who have bought it. It is barely functional on current OS versions and can not be updated through the App Store due to Apple policies, so the choice was made to offer the new version. If the update button on the App Store is your only problem, this can easily be resolved. Just contact support@iflicksapp.com if you need any help with this.

Journeyman63

Can't Encode Blu-Rays

I've tried 2 different Blu-Ray discs so far, and I've had no luck with either one. My first attempt was with Immortals. While I own a digital copy, I wanted a HD version. The resulting .m4v file had 1 hour of a pure grey screen at the front of it. I ripped it with HandBrake (without all of the tags that I wanted in the copy), and it worked just fine.

My second attempt (tonight) was with Inception. Again, I have a digital copy at 720p but wanted a HD version. This time I had a lot of problems in addition to the grey screen issue. First, while HandBrake was able to read the Blu-Ray image I created with makemkv and read in the play lists, iFlicks was not. Instead I was left with all of the individual stream files. I went through the painful process of figuring out which ones were part of the movie and in what order in an attempt to glue something together. No go. Instead of creating a single .m4v file out of all of the individual stream files, I ended up with a bunch of individual .m4v files, each with 1 hour of grey screen proceeding the actual content.

I've had absolutely no luck with this program. I read reviews that billed it to be as good as HandBrake, but this just isn't the case from what I've experienced. Save your money and use HandBrake. For tagging the videos, use makez (free download from the authors). It doesn't do every tag, but the ones that it doesn't do can be done from within iTunes to complete the job.

clm51193

Great software, but it has its issues

This is by far the best piece of software for tagging and importing your non compatible media files into iTunes. It offers a great interface that takes only seconds to learn. It automates a task that otherwise would take much longer and would require my active attention. However the app is not perfect, I've had some problems with the encodes jamming and halting the entire queue and forcing me to quit the app. I would like the app to be able to recognize when a video will not encode properly and move on so as to save time. Additionally I would like to see it store the state of the queue so that if it does crash, or you're forced to quit, you can continue quickly. Finally my last request is that when adding media to iTunes the program separates the task of adding from the next item in queue. Adding large files to iTunes can take a long time and I don't see why this should halt the progress on the rest of the files.

Aside from the issues, this app is excellent and I am very happy I paid the $20 for it. For those of you who may be unsure about paying the fee (which is larger than other MKV converters) know that the time you save and the great features offered by this app are well worth the additional cost.

Information

Seller
Jendrik Bertram
Size
15.7 MB
Category
Video
Compatibility
OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
Languages
English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2013-2018 Jendrik Bertram
Price
Free

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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