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7.0.2

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iVideo7.0.2

12 June 2017

Powerful app for organizing and sharing movies.

Overview

iVideo is the best way to find, play, and share your videos.

  • Organize videos across multiple hard drives and websites, all from one place.
  • Browse your videos by thumbnail, list, or gallery view.
  • Find videos by name, author, album, genre, tag, note, or location.
  • Play multiple videos in a row automatically, and choose a default video player.
  • iVideo remembers the current position and selected sound track for every video.
  • Select and watch videos using the Apple Remote!
  • Create multiple smart libraries for powerful organization.
  • Convert videos to new formats, with custom presets and three-second previews.
  • Share your video library across your local network.
  • And much, much more!

What's new in iVideo

Version 7.0.2:
  • Fixed issues with inline editing in list view
  • Fixed a bug with adding online videos using https
  • Fixed a crash involving the transitions between playlists and videos
  • Fixed a few minor visual glitches
  • Other bug fixes

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63 Reviews of iVideo

Mike@Bonzai
09 April 2009
Version: 4.1

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I made a few changes to iVideo in response to the problems reported here: - iVideo is now a 15-day demo instead of limiting you to 25 movies per library. This will allow you to make sure iVideo can handle all of your movies correctly. - Importing is now handled by a separate helper app that runs in the background, which means iVideo will be more stable during imports. Hopefully that will result in a much improved experience for some people.
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magnitude76
27 January 2015
Version: 7.0.1
I have started using iVideo and I like the app a lot. Can anybody tell me where the app saves the tags & notes etc that you enter? Is it possible to export all video information (time, date, notes, tags, etc) from iVideo?
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Helmo-Hass
04 December 2014
Version: 7.0.1
What's New Version 7.0.1: Fixed issues with inline editing in list view. Fixed a bug with adding online videos using https. Fixed a crash involving the transitions between playlists and videos. Fixed a few minor visual glitches. Other bug fixes. Tested v7.0 and had few bugs indeed Now 7.0.1 has the same bugs as the previous version... i'm under yosemite and when trying to modify Video conversion setting in preference, the pane for mp4 when adding custom settings is all messed up and no way to go back to any functions. Force quit is the only option... Anyone experiencing this? i guess I'm no lucky with this one :D
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JoeG9239
17 July 2014
Version: 6.3.2
I've always liked this app and have spent considerable time organising my iVideo 5 library – applying pictures to clips to act as previews, including DVD covers for movies. The problem is, every time (out of 4 attempts) I've tried to update to version 6 of iVideo, the application crashes. And if I uninstall iVideo 5, install version 6 and try to swap the video library files to get my playlists and so on, the application again either doesn't open or destroys my library. Is there a way around this? I know the developer keeps an eye on these comments, so if you are reading this, can you make any suggestions? It would also be nice if, in version 6, there was the choice to have the file names under the files in icon view as opposed to overlaid on the clips themselves. At least if they are overlaid there should be a solid colour behind them so the titles are legible.
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4
Dubois-Cl
03 August 2013
Version: 6.2
The search sometimes struggles with huge amount of movies but otherwise very simple but highly usable app for video fanatics.
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Helmo-Hass
29 May 2013
Version: 6.1.1
still no sign for mkv support... why is that?
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Endymion0000
05 May 2013
Version: 5.0
If you have a Smart List created using "Playlist is 'Source playlist 1'", "Playlist is 'Source playlist 2'", etc. with Live updating, and you add new videos into the Souce playlists, The Smart Playlist doesn't update with the new videos as expected. Even quitting and re-opening doesn't work. You must edit the Smart Playlist and re-save it and then the new videos appear.
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Endymion0000
05 May 2013
Version: 5.0
Seems to cause a large memory leak within Window Server. Not sure if number of videos added has any bearing. Open the app and immediately my Window Server memory starts climbing from starting point of around 150 MB to very high if you leave it open for an hour+. It grew to 2 GBs at one point. Quit that app and it's stops growing. Watching Activity monitor, the memory moves up 1-2 MB every 5-10 seconds. Quitting the app may cause it to slowly start going back down or at least drop a little bit then stop, but if the memory has grown to multiple GBs, the only solution is to reboot to get the memory back quickly. Purging the system memory doesn't have any affect and it remains Active memory.
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4.5
Alainmeyer
30 April 2013
Version: 5.0
I am using this software quite for some time and was a bit worried as well that iVideo start to be a Abandonware. Therefore I was more than happy to see that there have been some actions made lately to update iVideo not only to work better with the latest OSX version but also add new features as well. I encountered some issues which I have reported to Mike and there was for each bug report a fix so far - some been fixed within one day only. Anyone who is looking for a software to organize your movie files I really encourage to download the software and give a try with a trial - there are some features you wont see on the spot but are very handy for the daily workflow. Comparing to other apps for the same purpose the price tag is very comprehensive and for my personally is iVideo the best choose regarding features and price. I hope there are more peoples who see the potential of this software and support with there purchase future development.
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Trance
11 March 2013
Version: 5.0
updating folders does not work, live or manually ...new movies don't show up in the playlists
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2.5
csaborio
25 April 2012
Version: 4.5
I have been using it for about 2 hours and it has crashed about 10 times already. Nice interface, easy to use, but VERY crash prone. Given that development has not moved since Sept 2010, I'd seriously advice not buying it.
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5
drwebmail
02 January 2012
Version: 4.5
In my opinion iVideo is really great. I wanted a single app to manage my educational and tutorial Videos, PDF manuals, etc but opted for an app that handles each well. For videos, iVideo is by far the best I've tested. I use it for managing my library of tutorials and find it to be extremely well suited for this task. This is a robust professional application meant to manage a huge amount of videos in a variety of formats. Some of the things I like: It keeps your files in the original Location if desired, has flexible sorting options, allows you to change the video thumbnails easily (either by the frame or by drag and drop), gives you 3 great view options, video thumbnail view is saved per playlist, allows folders for Playlists, tracks your play count and the location you left off, great search function I have a few minor feature requests for the app and I hope it is in active development: -It allows ratings but I'd love to Color videos as well. -The integrated player is good but I use VLC to play videos since I can increase the speed in VLC. This is a request but not really necessary since it works well using vlc since you have a log of what you watched. -It has a really cool web page feature where it creates a web page interface for videos of your choice. This works great just to organize tutorials and I would like to be able to organize these into folders. -I'd like to see the name of videos word wrapped in the thumbnail view. Still if you expand the size of the thumbnails you can usually work it out. I found a way to share the library so I can use it on multiple computers since I store videos on a portable drive and shuffle them between my desktop and laptop. I am testing some other methods with Sugarsync, still I think this should be a little more straightforward, but nothing else I've tested even does this so I am happy. Bottom line is It does a what it does better than anything I've tested and I have tested a bunch of apps such as Usher, Leap, Reinforced Together, (and many others I cant remember now) for this task. Most apps force you into copying your files to their database or are too limited in their feature set or focus on features I don't need. I recognize my uses are unique, but am very happy with how iVideo works.
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PorkPieHat
28 November 2011
Version: 4.5
Abandonware?
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allanmacam-1
31 July 2011
Version: 4.5
Anybody having problems with iVideo and OS 10.7? I've written to support twice but yet to receive a reply or acknowledgement. Are they still in business?
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4
Calamita
10 April 2011
Version: 4.5
Does the job. I use it to organize the many video clips from my still camera.
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Jolly-joker
08 March 2011
Version: 4.5
1 week have passed from when I have purchased iVideo, but I haven't received any license yet. I have sent 2 emails to the developer, but I haven't received any answer yet. I hope to have news from him, because, if not, I have to open a dispute in the Resolution Center of Paypal.
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Ry-ma
26 December 2010
Version: 4.5
iVideo crashes all the time when I drag a video into the app to tag it.
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A1D
11 November 2010
Version: 4.5
It's not to bad, but it crashes all the time I add the movies to it.
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Neal
26 October 2010
Version: 4.5.1
I don't know how, but iVideo has just converted all 850 of my video files into "aliases". None of them are accessible as clicking on them in the Finder or trying to view them from within iVideo simply produces a dialogue which states the originals could not be found! All the iVideo created "Aliases" remain the same size as the original files (unlike true aliases) but no app will open them. WTF! I have no idea how to correct this problem and await a reply from iVideo tech support. This is a serious bug which needs urgent attention before others could lose their video files.
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Prologos
25 October 2010
Version: 4.5.1
I did buy this app today with mu promo. So far this app is stable, and a real help in sorting all the little YouTube files. Its running most of formats smooth and proper.Good app,- good prize.
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26cab40
08 May 2010
Version: 4.2.5
Still no ability to convert of prepare files for Blu-Ray creation, or even a preset for BD5 or BD9.
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sjk
16 March 2010
Version: 4.2.3
Lack of support for native EyeTV recordings/metadata is a deal-killer for me with iVideo and similar video organizer apps.
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Mike@Bonzai
16 March 2010
Version: 4.2.3
If anyone is worried about the issue mentioned below, iVideo 4.2.3 no longer allows you to select the thumbnails folder in the Application Support folder as your movie library. You will only be asked to find your movie library if you move your movie library to a different drive, disconnect the drive, then try adding a file to your movie library.
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Ginofalaci
09 March 2010
Version: 4.2.2
I did try this and import a big folder full of movies that was on an external drive. It has replaced evry movie with a small 8k jpeg... Ive lost all movies! thanks lol
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Jolly-joker
01 March 2010
Version: 4.21
Good Update, but in the next one should be added to the compatibility with ".mkv" files (which have better quality than the ".divx")
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paulrudy
22 February 2010
Version: 4.21
I'm happy to see the developer has started making updates again. This is a useful app and the ability to catalog both online and stored videos is a big plus. My one gripe about it is the "keywords" interface. Checking and unchecking keywords is inferior in my opinion to an interactive tags list that would allow instant type-and-tag as well as instant video search/selection based on tags. As it stands, to get all videos with a particular keyword, you have to create a smart folder for in iVideo for the purpose. Other than that, I've enjoyed using this software and recommend it.
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Valmar
10 November 2009
Version: 4.1.2
I really like this application. I was using yflicks before, but that does not work anymore with Snow Leopard. That is why I started looking for an alternative and found this. Really great! Does exactly what I expect. I found just a couple of glitches: - When the window is not in focus, the backgrounds turns to the "striped" look of old versions of MacOSX. This looks a little bad in Leopard, but is just a visual glitch. Also, the buttons in the menubar don't have a Leopard look - If you choose to import the movies into the library, they are put in a simple flat folder with no hierarchy. I would like them to be put into "author" or "year" folder, something like that. - Finally. I would like to be able to remove the "2006","2007","2008" folders which are always empty for me. As you can see, they are all glitches and I hope that the developers can address them
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Lexxy
03 September 2009
Version: 4.1.2
Actually, the application does NOT earn the "i" in its name. Organisation ist not an ease and movie import is EXTREMLY slow. Negative things that I have discovered: Batch processing is not possible (having to add Album, Author etc to each video one by one is a pain in the a**) Groupings not possible (i.e Author, Album, etc) Instead of cataloging videos, the application imports them, even if "Keep Videos where they are" is set in the settings panel. Application crashes constantly when playing videos with the iVideo Player (.wmv in specific) Good approach, but sparse performance. Ganz ehrlich: Das Programm hat das "i" in seinen Namen nicht verdient. Die Organisation ist nicht ganz einfach und der Import von Filmen ist EXTREM langsam. Negative Dinge die ich entdeckt habe: Stapelverarbeitung ist nicht möglich. Möchte man zu den Filmen Author, Album, etc hinzufügen, muss man dies für jeden film EINZELN tun. Gruppierungen sind nicht möglich Statts das Programm die Filme kalatogisiert, werden sie importiert, trotz Einstellung dass die Filme dort bleiben sollen wo sie sind. Wenn man den iVideo Player benutzt, stürzt das Prgramm grundsätzlich ab (speziell bei .wmv) Guter Ansatz, aber dürftige Ausführung.
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allanmacam-1
27 June 2009
Version: 4.1.2
I like the app very much. It really suits what I want it to do and works great, no problems. The only hitch appears if I wish to export a movie or number of movies. The exporting is so very, painfully slow. It's not the machine. I'm on a MacPro Quad-Core Intel with 8 GB of RAM!
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Imacsupporter
08 June 2009
Version: 4.1.2
When I start iVideo at says 15-days are over. But ... I installed it for the first time. Am I doing something wrong?
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Mike@Bonzai
09 April 2009
Version: 4.1
I made a few changes to iVideo in response to the problems reported here: - iVideo is now a 15-day demo instead of limiting you to 25 movies per library. This will allow you to make sure iVideo can handle all of your movies correctly. - Importing is now handled by a separate helper app that runs in the background, which means iVideo will be more stable during imports. Hopefully that will result in a much improved experience for some people.
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Cymorrow
16 March 2009
Version: 4.0.3
This is a short review about the latest (as of 2009.03.16) version (4.0.3 v865) of iVideo. I did not understand the high rating this application has but I noticed that most of the reviews are very old, not for the current version This looked like a good app when it was offered as a deal on MacUpdate but now I am on the verge of requesting a refund, deal or no deal. I originally purchased this application to catalog my large video library. I was not aware of any "Mac" like applications for this purpose in the past. I was pleasantly surprised by the resemblance of the user interface to iPhoto. But that is where the resemblance stopped. None of the functions I tried worked in anyway expected at all. At first, I let the application search for all video files automatically as sugested by the application. After running a very long time, the application aborted. When I relaunched, it had found some files including many clips which I do ont consider movies. So I started over again by removing the app and the library. I set preferences is to keep the movies where they are and chose to find movies by myself. I selected VLC to be the default player. Importing movies file by file takes an extraordinary long time,about 40 minutes for 20 movies. Remember, it is only finding movies and cataloging them, not importing or re-encoding. Worse, during this time, the application shows as not responding with a spinning wheel so I could not stop importing as the button suggested I could. But I could tell progress was being made because the movie count and the movie name was advancing. After the import, I clicked on a movie but it took 5-6 minutes before it started playing and the play was very choppy at best. I checked but it did not seem to be using VLC to play as I had selected in the preferences. Further more, it was using 110% CPU resources (I have quad core). Any time I click on the movie, it froze for an additional 2-3 minutes before pausing or continuing. Ths was enough, this application is completely unusable and I have requested a refund.
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5
Markauk
12 March 2009
Version: 4.0.3
Nicely designed, simple to use... perfect for keeping track of video files. The developer has been very responsive to suggestions and quick to make changes so full marks on that count too. Highly recommended.
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Stormchild
16 April 2008
Version: 3.0.2
This was a great idea for an app, but its future now seems uncertain. The company website is still up, and it looks like they have a new app called "Acrylic" on the horizon (presumably some sort of painting app?), so apparently they are still active, but iVideo hasn't been updated in two and a half years, and there is no sign that an Intel-native version is even under development -- and the company blog was last updated in 2006. I hope to see this product developed further, or a similar one introduced by another developer.
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Tournesol
15 May 2007
Version: 3.0.2
Great app, but why has it not been updated since 2005 and why is there not a Universal version available? Seems sloppy to me.
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Starbark
25 February 2007
Version: 3.0.2
I love this app!! Now my favorite piece of software! Although, I would like to see these features: - labels (for those episodes you've already watched) - set OWN thumbnail/"previews" that are already within the video (not search your hd for an image) - pressing 'enter' to rename (just like mac os x---then 'return' will play it) - choice to delete subsections of movie library (2001, 2002, etc.) - more control: +ability to put episode number, series title, episode title, season (tv series) + ability to put movie title, year released, genre (movies) + ability to put artist, song title, album (music videos) - remove "preferences" under window because it is already under iVideo Is this a bug? Last 5 imports shows a lot more than 5 videos! Otherwise, great app! Will watch this for sure.
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5
Anonymous
23 October 2005
Version: 3.0.2
iVideo is probably the best movie catalog on MacOSX platform. I have imported 1287 movies (from little funny clips in .wmv format, music video clips in .mpg format, and real movies (2-3 hours) .avi (divx). iVideo handle all this without problems, program is fast and stable, faster and better then other similar apps on the market. What can I say more, I am really happy with iVideo. By the way, trying with 25 movies is more than enough! IVideo is also that fast with thousand of them. Jadranka, Croatia MacOSX 10.4.2 QT 7.02 512Mb G4 1,25 MacMini
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Anonymous
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
(or iPhoto for that matter)
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3.5
Anonymous
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
NIce. WAY better than using iTunes with videos. Seems to have problems importing after a scan though - it finds a couple of hundred movies on my drive, but then gets stuck and crashes after importing 58 of them.
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Anonymous
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
Is this a free update for those who purchased 2.x?
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4.25
Anonymous
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
Much better than 2.x versions. It seems generally more stable and much more reliable at importing different movie formats. This just might have crossed the line into Useful.
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4.25
Anonymous
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
Great app. Apple should take a look at how keywords are handled by iVideo and implement it in iPhoto. Seems a bit slow when shifting between smart folders, but not much. Bug? The last five imports shows all of my 57 movies. Is that because they were added all at once? Thought it would only show the last 5 movies added. To those complaing about avi files, just download divx and 3ivx plugs for Quicktime and iVideo will play them seamlessly :)
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hackono
08 August 2005
Version: 3.0
Doesnt handle half of my .avi movies and crashed twice....isnt it possible to built mplayer or VLC inside of ivideo?...if im not able to organize ALL of my videos, the price is insane
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3.25
Anonymous
20 February 2005
Version: 2.5.4
Doesn't handle .3gp, which is what my mpeg-4 camera produces. Quicktime Player opens them fine so it really doesn't make sense.
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5
Anonymous
06 December 2004
Version: 2.5.3
Awsome. Fast, responsive, intuitive, great looking and I could go on. Really great app. Would like a mail icon to be able to send movies like in iPhoto.
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5
Ww-Vp-Syco
07 November 2004
Version: 2.5.2
This has to be my new favorite app. I've needed this for awhile. It's very quick and looks beautiful next to all of my Cocoa apps. Highly recommended.
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3.25
Anonymous
05 November 2004
Version: 2.5.2
The intent is commendable and the thinking is very Mac OS X. But.. it's not very fast and the importing is hit or miss and very unstable. I thought at first maybe it just doesn't like windows media files but it also chokes randomly on several formats that it apparently sometimes understands (.mov, .mp4, .avi, etc.) Nice ideas and face but the code needs a lot more work. Let me know when it reads files like VLC and works as fast as PhotoGridX. And lower the price, at least for now.
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3.75
Anonymous
31 October 2004
Version: 2.5.1
fantastic upgrade. Really happy with it now, in particular with the option, move files to iVideo library. What I'd love to see now is the option to import real and mediaplayer files with the option to open them in their own player. Here's to version 3 then :D
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Anonymous
28 October 2004
Version: 2.5.1
Hands down, this is the finest piece of video cataloging software available for the Mac (and thusly, the PC). It is as easy to use as iPhoto and includes a very freindly set-up assistant. It's best use is for viewing your video catalog at a glance - each file is represented by a single frame from the movie. The single frame is set automaticaly via the preferences, or set later manually. You can set iTune-like star ratings per video, which can also be displayed in the "thumbnail view". The most important feature for me, was being able to keep my videos where they are - I'm sure if I took it on fully, I would allow iVideo to manage my video collection for me. One sore point is the navigation and interface when playing back a movie within iVideo. It's not very clear how to get back to the thumbnail mode, and changing the display size of the movie can only be done after exploring the menubar... In other words, common tasks related to movie playback are not available; instead the interface leans towards iVideo related tasks (like setting the video's star-rating). In geneal, this app would do well to follow the iPhoto interface more closely. This includes, optional shadows behing thumbnails, having mode buttons at the bottom of the window, etc, etc. One enhancement that would bowl me over and really tout the power of the Mac OS, would be to play the selected thumbnail(s) in the gallery view, at their thumbnail size. In other words, why be forced to double click (play) a movie when all you want to do is preview it? Also, if column view does this in the finder, why not a full-on app like iVideo? Wonderful app, and well worth the price.
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4.5
Anonymous
27 October 2004
Version: 2.5.1
Very nice app indeed! I really like it but I miss one feature that Movie Jukebox does have. I keep all my movies on cd's because of limited HD space. When I want to play a movie that's in my playlist but not in my cd drive the program gives an error where Movie Jukebox asks for the right cd. It does work as expected when you put the cd in first. Just a minor issue with an otherwise great program.
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4.75
Anonymous
25 October 2004
Version: 2.5
Awsome. All the new features are superb! Especially the three types of database. Bug: Crashes when trying to add a new libary type.
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4.75
Jchryss
11 September 2004
Version: 2.2
This program is very useful to me. They have improved it on a regular basis.
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4.25
Anonymous
21 June 2004
Version: 2.2
I would still very much like that it could be set to automatically update certain folders automatically, so that I didn't have to add movies manually each time. That way I could just drop the movie in say, the Movies folder and iVideo would scan that folder and add or remove files accordingly when iVideo is launched or when manually updating folder content.
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4.75
Anonymous
20 May 2004
Version: 2.1
Introducing iLife's in-law, iVideo. The missing iApp in the digital hub. iMovie is good but use for creating and editing movies. iVideo, on the other hand, is the solution for viewing, organizing, and storage of movies. Plain good, period.
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Anonymous
20 May 2004
Version: 2.1
Superb Software! And the developers are really good, and will take and implement suggestions given. I have a lot of avi's (and used to use mplayer/vlc), so for those i have downloaded the divx quicktime plug in, FFusion plug in, and the AC3 plugin for quicktime. There is also a XVID quicktime component, but i think FFusion handles XVid anyway, so no need. Quicktime AC3 (and XVID) available from : http://www.insaneness.com/ Can practically play anything now.
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5
Anonymous
08 May 2004
Version: 2.0
Apple needs to buy this software! This does for .mov and .avi what iPhoto does for images. Excellent program. I registered.
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5
Dominique
27 April 2004
Version: 2.0
Wonderfull! I love it! I was waiting for that for years!
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5
Anonymous
26 April 2004
Version: 2.0
An excellent app that contains many features found in Quicktime Pro. This is the best video organizing/viewing solution on OS X. Runs spiffy on my G5 and not bad on my iBook.
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2.25
Anonymous
23 December 2003
Version: 1.6
very poor product. I currently run 1.6 on Panther (dual 867 G4 with 1.25 gig of memory) and iVideo crashes constantly. also, the features are poor -- you only have the option to add movies one at a time or scan/add an entire drive (with the meaningless option to choose the folder depth -- this is meaningless if you want to scan/add 1 folder located on a drive!). this is a problem because if you have video files on a drive that are not supported by iVideo, you do not have the option (accept to add videos one by one -- which is ridiculous) to select specific folders or groups and the result is the program will crash trying to scan/add files it doesn't support.
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4.5
Anonymous
11 November 2003
Version: 1.5
It's a pretty god imitation of iPhoto's interface. It meets the claims, but it's a little (just a little) sluggish on my 800MHz G3. Also, it's missing a key feature that it won't import movies. If they would add that so I could store my DVD collection on my hard drive, it would be unbeatable.
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Anonymous
10 November 2003
Version: 1.5
Just downloaded this program, and with 5 minutes I bought a license. Does this mean it's perfect? Nope, there's plenty of room for improvement, but for now it works as advertised. I for one shall be looking forward to the updates!
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Evan Sherwood
04 November 2003
Version: 1.1
Uhh - crashes in Panther when starting up?!?!?!? Fine program if I can't even get it open...
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Anonymous
24 September 2003
Version: 1.1
Drag and drop does work. Also, if you drag and drop a folder, iVideo creates an album with the same name and loads all the files into that album.
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1.5
24 September 2003
Version: 1.1
VERY simple. TOO simple! It should not be allowed to put an "i" in front of a name, if you can't drag & drop and and.... I compare with FootTrack. Do the same!!!!!
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3.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.0 or later

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iVideo
iVideo
Multitrack video editor.
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