MovieIndex for Mac
MovieIndex is a minimalist Mac OS X application that analyzes your video collection and creates a “contact sheet” that contains thumbnails covering the movies content. The video indexes can be easily saved to your disk, or you can choose to send the image files directly to the printer.
Unsophisticated video cataloger that can scan entire folders
Working with the MovieIndex application proves to be fairly straightforward: simply drag and drop the files or folders you want to analyze on top of the app’s main window and MovieIndex will automatically start the analysis.
In the bottom area of the MovieIndex window you will be able to see a list with all scanned videos, together with some general information such as the movie name, image size, or duration.
The same area enables you to select the theme for the video index (there are 4 options available), and the output location (disk drive or printer). The next step is to press the “Go” bottom, and MovieIndex will generate the image files.
Create index image files for your videos and browse their content faster
By using the MovieIndex capabilities, you will be able to quickly produce an image file that depicts the content of a certain video recording: this way, you get to find what you need a lot faster.
MovieIndex is able to work with video file formats that are QuickTime compatible such as M4V or MOV, but can also handle WEBM, AVI, MKV, MTS, OGV and other file types. In addition, the video index appearance can be easily customized via the Preferences panel: you get to change the thumbnails size, the included information, and so on.
Simple but efficient solution for quickly generating image indexes for all your videos
All in all, MovieIndex is a great tool to have around if you are dealing with a large videos collection, but you do not want to waste time browsing each recording: quickly identify the file you need by viewing the catalogs created by MovieIndex.