iVideo
iVideo
0.7.2

2.5

iVideo free download for Mac

iVideo

0.7.2
30 June 2003

Multitrack video editor.

Overview

iVideo is multitrack video editing software, created in Cocoa (Objective-C) and using QuickTime. It was developed for all general video purposes, and to include all of the features of QuickTime Pro and iMovie. It is almost complete; you can import video from digital cameras (using FireWire) or from any QuickTime format supported file, then edit, modify, and mix them, and apply any video effect on or between them. You can then export them to any QuickTime supported format.

What's new in iVideo

Version 0.7.2 adds the following:
  • Many bugs fixes
  • Jaguar & QT6 compatible
  • Cleaning of a part of the code
  • New Preference Panel which allows to import videos without

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6 iVideo Reviews

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Anonymous
11 September 2004

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I cannot import the movies i made with my digital camera, and that has nothing to do with using a codec, because that's something the camera does . . . sorry no use with my Trust camera . . .
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
11 September 2004
I cannot import the movies i made with my digital camera, and that has nothing to do with using a codec, because that's something the camera does . . . sorry no use with my Trust camera . . .
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
21 May 2004
what ru guys talkin about? This program workx fine. Your import troubles are not to do with the program but with the compression codec of your movie files. Use a more common codec when encoding your movies, something like Sorenson Spark - and you'll have no compatibility worries. yeah, ok, its in french/english but once you've used one of these programs you've used them all. just guess what the buttons do! click one and see what happens! and just another tip - you can't export until your first video clip is pushed right up against the left of the video timeline. hehehe - all worship the great god MLAA!
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Version 0.7.2
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Anonymous
Anonymous
01 June 2004
Works... Not Workx. Using an X instead of an S doesn't save you any typing. I can understand using FX in place of Effects. You save five characters. I could even understand worx (no K) in place of works. At least you save one character. Workx in place of Works, however, saves you no expended energy. In fact the X key isn't even any closer than the S key. All it does is makes me wonder "R U l@@king 2 much @ ur AOL/ICQ/Y! msgr? U gotz 2 B!!!"
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
14 January 2004
what can I say ... I don't know what this is supposed to be good for since you cannot import any video at all. when selecting import->video it opens up a dialog to select a file to import, but only mp3 audio files can be imported, anything else is greyed out. well, considering that the entire user interface is in frenglish, there's always the possibility that the author confused video and audio, so I tried the same with the import-audio option, but same thing: only audio not video can be imported. PERHAPS this app does indeed allow you to edit video if it was possible to get any video in there, but lacking that it is nothing but a waste of disk space. Don't waste your time with this junk folks - it's not even worth the download.
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
21 November 2003
Exactly what i've been looking for, a good movie editor that will work with formats other the from DV cameras. Thanks!
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
03 August 2003
"you can import video from any QuickTime format supported file, then edit, modify, and...." -> Since when is mpg no quicktime supported file anymore? Nice interface, but for me no use at all.
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Version 0.7.2
Anonymous
09 July 2003
No help file, I could view a quick time movie could NOT edit it or anything.
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Version 0.7.2
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2.5

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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