Join Clips
Join Clips
1.6

2.6

Join Clips free download for Mac

Join Clips

1.6
06 January 2008

Join multiple iMovie clips together.

Overview

Join Clips provides you with the ability to join several clips into one clip. It could be understood as a Split Clip counterpart.

What's new in Join Clips

Version 1.6 adds support for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard

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2 Join Clips Reviews

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Kirinriotcrash
19 June 2004

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For it's intended purpose, it works quite well, although the demo version leaves an annoying message on the upper left of the joined clips (which the readme file fails to tell me about), but if you plan on using a large enough letterbox on your whole project, it shouldn't be an annoyance in the end as it will cover it up. The program lives up to it's name however, I think the program should also have an auto-split option if you attempt to join clips and it adds up to something larger than 9:57 minutes (or 9:27 for PAL). The help document on the author's website is rather informative and easy to follow. And for a plugin like this one, I suppose 7 bucks isn't bad. It seems to be worth it, actually. Lastly, the program was stable when I was using it.
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Version 1.0.1
Anonymous
16 May 2009
Ghost application : this "thing" asks for a lot of things to be installed and then it disappears to be found nowhere but in the plugins. No documenation neither. Must be a (bad) joke.
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Version 1.6
Kirinriotcrash
19 June 2004
For it's intended purpose, it works quite well, although the demo version leaves an annoying message on the upper left of the joined clips (which the readme file fails to tell me about), but if you plan on using a large enough letterbox on your whole project, it shouldn't be an annoyance in the end as it will cover it up. The program lives up to it's name however, I think the program should also have an auto-split option if you attempt to join clips and it adds up to something larger than 9:57 minutes (or 9:27 for PAL). The help document on the author's website is rather informative and easy to follow. And for a plugin like this one, I suppose 7 bucks isn't bad. It seems to be worth it, actually. Lastly, the program was stable when I was using it.
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Version 1.0.1