iFlicks 2.0.5 / 2.1 Build 2497 Beta
Update your multimedia collection’s metadata and prepare it for your iOS devices
Thanks to iFlicks, you can manage your collection more easier even beautify your library with cover art, movie posters and detailed metadata. iFlicks comes with a user-oriented interface from which you can easily load multiple files or entire folders with TV Shows and films.
iFlicks automatically grabs metadata from the web and updates the existing information as soon as it loads your multimedia content. Hence, you can enjoy a beautiful iTunes video library accompanied by movie artwork and accurate metadata.
Take advantage of the powerful and fast video encoder and embed subtitles
What is more, iFlicks comes with a built-in video muxing and encoding engine, capable to convert your files in a file format supported by your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. You can set the default output path and select the appropriate encoding profile based on the device you want to use to watch the content.
iFlicks features support for most popular video formats such as MKV, MP4 and AVI, as well as common audio formats, including 5.1 surround media. Furthermore, you can embed subtitles in your videos and enjoy foreign films while you are on the go.
Automate frequent tasks and speed up your workflow
Moreover, you can configure iFlicks to automatically add the converted file to iTunes, optimize it for streaming and choose the language in which your metadata is downloaded. You can also decide which content ratings to use and provide a Watch Folder from where all new media is grabbed.
iFlicks helps you automate recurring tasks using Rules, Scripts and the above mentioned Watch Folder feature. Thus, you can “tell” iFlicks to open files copied to your Watch folders, run an given set of rules in order to adjust the metadata and settings.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on November 4th, 2014
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- more Yosemite related UI updates (not complete yet)
- testing out another icon
- fixed a strange filename parsing problem
- fixed crashing on 10.8/9 when encoding video files
Application descriptioniFlicks is a tool that allows you to import your video collection to iTunes, thus allowing you to watch all your video...