Tag: Transcode - Latest Releases


Easy for FCP-converting XAVC/4K XAVC MXF to Apple ProRes Easy for FCP-converting XAVC/4K XAVC MXF to Apple ProRes

Mar 24, 2014 - Aunsoft TransMXF Pro for Mac supports converting Sony XAVC MXF to Apple ProRes with 4K or 2K resolution for Final Cut Pro. The new Mac Pro lets users edit Multicam with up to 16 simultaneous streams of 4K ProRes. The output format will preserve quality almost as high as original file. The TransMXF Pro for Mac can transcode XAVC to ProRes MOV with 2, 4, or more audio tracks getting mono track or several separate tracks from original audio tracks via setting multi-track profile.


iFlicks 2 for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 2 for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Nov 28, 2013 - Indie developer, Jendrik Bertram has announced the release of iFlicks 2, the first major update of iFlicks for Mac OS X. iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities for users to choose the best option to quickly import their video files into iTunes and automatically complete them with metadata and beautiful artwork. iFlicks 2.0 features a redesigned and more powerful interface, improved chapter and subtitle support, faster processing, and more powerful rules.


iFlicks 2 for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 2 for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Nov 20, 2013 - Indie developer, Jendrik Bertram today announces the release of iFlicks 2, the first major update of iFlicks for Mac OS X. iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities for users to choose the best option to quickly import their video files into iTunes and automatically complete them with metadata and beautiful artwork. iFlicks 2.0 features a redesigned and more powerful interface, improved chapter and subtitle support, faster processing, and more powerful rules.


iFlicks 2.0 beta for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 2.0 beta for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Nov 16, 2013 - Indie developer, Jendrik Bertram has released the public beta of iFlicks 2.0, the first major update of iFlicks for Mac OS X. iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities for users to choose the best option to quickly import their video files into iTunes and automatically complete them with metadata and beautiful artwork. iFlicks 2.0 features a redesigned and more powerful interface, improved chapter and subtitle support, faster processing, and more powerful rules.


iFlicks 2.0 beta for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 2.0 beta for Mac OS X: Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Nov 08, 2013 - Indie developer, Jendrik Bertram today announces the public beta of iFlicks 2.0, the first major update of iFlicks for Mac OS X. iFlicks has integrated video muxing and encoding capabilities for users to choose the best option to quickly import their video files into iTunes and automatically complete them with metadata and beautiful artwork. iFlicks 2.0 features a redesigned and more powerful interface, improved chapter and subtitle support, faster processing, and more powerful rules.


iFlicks 1.4 Released for Mac OS X - Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 1.4 Released for Mac OS X - Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Jul 26, 2011 - Indie developer Jendrik Bertram has announced iFlicks 1.4, an update to his video utility for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, iFlicks will convert and optimize video files to play on iTunes, Front Row, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Imported into iTunes, videos can be organized by adding metadata, such as title, episode, cast, genre, etc. Version 1.4 can create video files from H.264 content (.mkv, .flv) that will be directly playable on Apple devices without re-encoding.


iFlicks 1.4 Released for Mac OS X - Video Metadata Editor and Conversion iFlicks 1.4 Released for Mac OS X - Video Metadata Editor and Conversion

Jul 18, 2011 - Indie developer Jendrik Bertram today announces iFlicks 1.4, an update to his video utility for Mac OS X. Featuring an easy-to-use interface, iFlicks will convert and optimize video files to play on iTunes, Front Row, iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. Imported into iTunes, videos can be organized by adding metadata, such as title, episode, cast, genre, etc. Version 1.4 can create video files from H.264 content (.mkv, .flv) that will be directly playable on Apple devices without re-encoding.


Transfer MKV movies onto Nexus S on Mac Transfer MKV movies onto Nexus S on Mac

Feb 10, 2011 - Wannasoft Studio, a discount software provider, is glad to offer Nexus S Video Converter for Mac which enables users to convert or edit any video/audio files to Nexus S supported video/audio formats for playback. This video converter accepts input formats including AVCHD Lite/MTS/M2TS footages from HD camcorders like JVC, Panasonic, Cannon and Sony, recorded TiVo files, FLV/F4V/SWF videos, MKV and any other common video/audio formats.








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