iFlicks

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Thursday, October 10, 2013
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Description of App

Using iFlicks you can easily import your Video Collection into iTunes. This gives you the ability to watch your Videos directly in iTunes or transfer them to your iPod, iPhone or iPad. On top of that iFlicks downloads Metadata for your Videos and lets you tweak the Metadata manually. Managing your Video Collection in iTunes has never been this easy.  Manage your Video Collection with iTunes. iFlicks offers a range of simple to use functions to easily manage metadata of your Movie and TV Show Library. Some of the most prominent features are:
  • Convert Videos to be compatible with iTunes and Apple Devices.
  • Automatically or manually add metadata and artwork.
  • Easy to use Interface.
  • Complete Metadata Support. Are you fed up with the limited support for Video Tagging via iTunes? Using iFlicks you can edit all the metadata of compatible videos, which iTunes uses. This lets you:
  • set release dates, not just years
  • add actors, directors, producers and writers
  • specify the content rating
  • mark videos as tv show
  • add a complete plot, not just a few letters
This way you have complete freedom in organizing you video library while using the programs you have always used.  Video Conversion. Using the QuickTime Framework iFlicks can convert videos optimized for the following devices and applications:
  • iTunes and Front Row
  • Apple TV
  • iPod Nano 3G and 4G, iPod Classic 5G and 6G
  • iPhone, iPod Touch and iPhone 3G
  • Elgato Turbo.264 (HD)
Tight iTunes Integration. iFlicks offers a tight integration into iTunes. Most features are directly accessible using the integrated iTunes Script menu. This way it is possible to update the metadata of the video in your iTunes Library easily. Processed Videos can also automatically be added to the iTunes Library or any playlist.

Version

1.4.8

Free or Paid

Paid

Version Of macOS App Was Tested On

10.8.5

Accessibility Comments

Everything is accessible, but there is one confusing point in the app. There is an add button in the toolbar that does nothing. If you stop interacting with the toolbar and vo-right-arrow twice you'll find the add button that works!

Usability

The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver, but the interface could be easier to navigate and use.

Other Comments

Totally worth the $19.95! Available in the app store!
Developer's Twitter Username
@iflicksapp

Recommendations

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Most recently recommended by Jeff 6 years 10 months ago

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Comments

Submitted by Chris Gilland on Wednesday, November 6, 2013

This app is simply put: Incredible! I have an Apple TV 3rd generation, so believe me when I say, this is a Godsend! Especially considering I'm a movie buff, and have DVD's out the wa zoo! I'm so happy to finally! be able to digitize all of them! The only thing that I'm seeing that I do not like is that Voiceover isn't seeming to play nicely at all with the queue window. In other words, when I import a file, or files, into the app, once I start the encoding, it pops up the queue window. I can navigate over to the table, and even can go so far as to interact with it, but that's as far as I get. It won't read me any of the items within the table, nor give me any sort of status messages. The only way I can tell that the encoding has started or finished is that it pushes a voice notification to growl, which works... I, guess... but if I'm out of the room, it can be really annoying. I don't wanna clear the queue pre-maturely on accident. We should write the devs to find out why this is happening. Aside from this though, man oh man! What! a great! little app! It's a little pricy, IMO, but, definitely worth it!

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