BitVice Helper
BitVice Helper
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BitVice Helper for Mac0.4.7

02 January 2004

Encode AIF or WAV to MP2 and build DVD files.

What is BitVice Helper for Mac

BitVice Helper is an application that is custom made for BitVice users, but will work with any mv2. It allows you to encode aif or wav to mp2 Mux and build dvd files

What's new in BitVice Helper

Version 0.4.7:
  • Adds option to name volume
  • Fixes launch of stand alone disk image builder
How would you rate BitVice Helper?
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Guest
Guest
Apr 23 2005
0.4.7
5.0
Apr 23 2005
5.0
Version: 0.4.7
This program really saved us. We needed a last-minute solution to turn .m2v files from Compressor into muxed files that our video server could handle. This program was easy and fast. Thanks! Note that this is the only task we needed, so I'm not familiar with other aspects of the program.
Guest
Guest
Jul 8 2003
0.2
5.0
Jul 8 2003
5.0
Version: 0.2
I meant m2v, not mv2!
Guest
Guest
Jul 8 2003
0.2
5.0
Jul 8 2003
5.0
Version: 0.2
Great as far as it goes. But it seems unable to handle an mpeg2 (.mv2) file larger than 2GB. I have notified the developer.   Also, run the application from the top level of the folder "Applications", not from a subfolder. It may fail otherwise.
Guest
Guest
Mar 26 2003
0.2
0.0
Mar 26 2003
0.0
Version: 0.2
Very simple to use. Using this program also solved a time sync issue I had. Works well with exported files using the pixela instant DVD program.
Free
4.3
0.0
App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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