RevolverHD
RevolverHD
2.2.0

0.5

RevolverHD free download for Mac

RevolverHD

2.2.0
31 July 2012

Playback edited high definition movies on Playstation3.

Overview

Note: On 7 February 2014, Shedworx announced the end of development for VoltaicHD and RevolverHD, as AVCHD support is native in OS X 10.9.

RevolverHD allows you to playback your edited high definition movies from iMovie08 and Final Cut on the Playstation3. Also create Blu-ray compatible DVDs containing AVCHD content.

What's new in RevolverHD

Version 2.2.0:
  • Updated to support OS X 10.8

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2 RevolverHD Reviews

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Jon-white-bw
19 May 2009

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From the software's own description of how to play HD media back on a PS3, it's not doing anything you couldn't do with HandBrake, which costs considerably less than 40 dollars. As for saving media out of FCP or the like to play on a PS3 - you just have to export it as H264 MP4, or in something that you can then feed into any one of the video conversion tools that are already available, so this isn't doing anything you can't already do for free. Frankly, this looks like a solution looking for a problem, or at least for a problem that's already been pretty much solved.
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Version 1.3
GeogProf
03 December 2011
The FREE RewrapAVCHD (http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/39800/rewrapavchd) LOSSLESSLY remuxes .m2t, .m2ts and .mts files to .m4v (Apple's version of .mp4) so you can edit it in QuickTime-based apps like FCP or iMovie. You can even change the extension to .mp4 if you want. RevolverHD TRANSCODES your files to a different format, which whacks a whole generation of quality. Stay away from this dreck.
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Version 2.1.1
Jon-white-bw
19 May 2009
From the software's own description of how to play HD media back on a PS3, it's not doing anything you couldn't do with HandBrake, which costs considerably less than 40 dollars. As for saving media out of FCP or the like to play on a PS3 - you just have to export it as H264 MP4, or in something that you can then feed into any one of the video conversion tools that are already available, so this isn't doing anything you can't already do for free. Frankly, this looks like a solution looking for a problem, or at least for a problem that's already been pretty much solved.
Like (5)
Version 1.3