May 7, 2009 in iTunes (E)
[prMac.com] Cerdanyola de Valles, Spain - Aero Quartet has released version 3.8 of SimpleMovieX, the lightweight Mac OS X movie editor. With a feature set roughly similar to QuickTime Pro, SimpleMovieX extends editing capabilities to other popular video formats AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. The main advantage of native editing is speed and quality, since no re-encoding is required to save edited movies.
A native H264 editing tool, SimpleMovieX is the perfect companion for iTunes. This new version brings a metadata editor, to quickly enter the tags and movie informations that give shape to your movie collection. Artworks and Covers can be downloaded from Amazon database.
Chapter markers created inside MOV and MPEG-4 files by SimpleMovieX are supported by iTunes and iDVD, and enhance the watching experience on DVDs, iPod and Apple TV devices. Powerful editing operations like splitting a movie into clips, a Batch Converter, an Audio Waveform tool to make sharp audio editing and synchronization, are among most appreciated features of version 3. SimpleMovieX also provides a search pane to quickly find a sequence and an adaptable timeline for accurate playhead positioning even in large duration movies. Huge files beyond 4GB, for example 6 hours of TV recording, can be edited without truncating.
SimpleMovieX is a tool for a wide public: Discriminating TV viewers that clean their recordings of commercials, Users of a digital camera, mobile phone or camcorder that need to edit, compile, convert and share their personal footage, Video collectors compiling music concerts or Google Video shorts, etc.
For occasional users, an unlimited demo version of SimpleMovieX is available for free download. SimpleMovieX requires Mac OS X v10.4 or higher. QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component is required to take advantage of MPEG-2 capabilities. QuickTime Pro is not required.
Aero Quartet was founded in 2005 in Barcelona, Spain by Benoit Joossen. Our charter is to create useful software for the Macinstosh platform. "The major software companies have already filled the space with their big software suites. But you don't fill a box only with big stones, you also need lots of pebbles. As a small developer, I want to craft some of those pebbles, indeed I want them to be gem stones !"