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If you build you own movie library in iTunes, then you want it to look perfect. Imagine having all of the information about a movie at hand - actors, release date, directors, overview etc. And of course you want nice looking cover arts for your library. MetaMovie brings all this to your movies. Just drop your movie files on the movie list, start the search and then you need but one click to bring all the Information to your movies. The tagged movies look great in iTunes and on your Apple TV. MetaMovie supports the iTunes friendly .mp4 and .m4v file formats.
What's New in Version 2.2.0
- added automatic subtitle search capability
- improved chapter search capability
- added custom genre types via preferences
- window sizes are now saved for the next start
- write directors to composer to support searching in iTunes
A waste of money
I reallly have to blame Apple more than the writer of this software, because Apple sets the rules for what is and is not allowed in the App Store and Apple has always been noted for its intuitive OS and native programs.
That said, I found this app difficult to work with even after reading the online instructions. Settings need to be changed in preferences before one begins using the app. Therefore it would have been wise to open the program in preferences before one starts using it. Several features simply do not work and It could not find any of my movies which date back to the sixties. Incorrect data and unfilled fields were noticeable in every film I loaded. It is slow and sometimes does not work at all.
I would recomend iFlicks. For one thing it’s free and it works. It does all of the things MetaMovie does not. And is intuitive and fast.