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ClipWrap for Mac

Convert video samples quickly and without degradation.

$49.99
In English
3.1
Based on 6 user rates

ClipWrap overview

ClipWrap easily rewraps HDV (m2t) and AVCHD (mts, m2ts) files into QuickTime movies.

Features
  • Faster than transcoding
  • No generation loss
  • Transcodes to AIC (Apple Intermediate), ProRes, Avid DNxHD, DVCProHD, HDV, and DV
  • Support for all the popular non-linear editors (Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple iMovie)

What’s new in version 2.7.3

Version 2.7.3:
  • Adds support for OS X 10.11 El Capitan
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ClipWrap for Mac

$49.99
In English
Version 2.7.3
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3.1

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tonyarabish
tonyarabish
May 12 2020
2.7.3
4.0
May 12 2020
4.0
Version: 2.7.3
Acting as the professional ClipWrap Alternative, iDealshare VideoGo has both Windows and Mac version and supports all the features that ClipWrap have. Furthermore, this ideal ClipWrap for Window or Mac equivalent supports even more media formats, cameras, and media player or editing software.
pietz
pietz
Dec 22 2015
2.7.3
0.0
Dec 22 2015
0.0
Version: 2.7.3
i wouldn't recommend buying this anymore. the company behind it has a new app called EditReady that includes everything ClipWrap can do and lots more. The fact that this app hasnt received any relevant updates in the recent past shows its pretty much dead.
RJC.NJNYC
RJC.NJNYC
Apr 3 2012
2.4.8
0.0
Apr 3 2012
0.0
Version: 2.4.8
I shoot video in the AVCHD format, with resulting .MTS files. To deal with these files, I use Media Converter, which is free and offers lossless quality, meaning no quality loss. All this software does is re-wrap the file to a file that your video editing or video player software recognizes, which for me is a .MOV file. When you open Media Converter, go to Preferences>Presets, and click the More Presets button at the bottom of the window. A web page will open with additional presets. Choose Re-wrap AVCHD for Quicktime - uncompressed Audio by clicking on the icon to the right of the description, which will download the preset. Then double click the downloaded file to add it to Media Converters Presets. The other software I use as part of my workflow is MPlayerX, which is also free. Drag this App to your Dock. Now your ready to work. I drill down to the AVCHD Video .MTS files, click on the first file and drag it onto the MPlayerX icon in the Dock, which will play the video clip so I know what video clip I’m looking at. The playback will be a little jerky and the audio will be out of sync, but do not worry, as this is only a reference for you to use to see what the chosen video clip is about. After you go through all your video clips, deleting the unwanted ones, and writing a description for the keepers (by clicking on the video clips name and changing it), click on any one file once, then in your Menu Bar go to File>Get Info. A window will open, go down to Open With, and in the Pull Down Menu, navigate to the Media Converter App in your Applications Folder, and then click on the Change All button below. What you just did was tell your computer that any time you double click a .MTS file, Media Converter will be the default App that will open it with a Dialog Window for you to navigate to where the resulting .MOV video files will be saved. Once saved, just double click a file, which should open in QuickTime, or you will be able to be import the video files into your video editing software, like Final Cut Pro or Express.
RJC.NJNYC
RJC.NJNYC
Apr 3 2012
2.4.8
0.0
Apr 3 2012
0.0
Version: 2.4.8
I shoot video in the AVCHD format, with resulting .MTS files. To deal with these files, I use Media Converter, which is free and offers lossless quality, meaning no quality loss. All this software does is re-wrap the file to a file that your video editing or video player software recognizes, which for me is a .MOV file. When you open Media Converter, go to Preferences>Presets, and click the More Presets button at the bottom of the window. A web page will open with additional presets. Choose Re-wrap AVCHD for Quicktime - uncompressed Audio by clicking on the icon to the right of the description, which will download the preset. Then double click the downloaded file to add it to Media Converters Presets. The other software I use as part of my workflow is MPlayerX, which is also free. Drag this App to your Dock. Now your ready to work. I drill down to the AVCHD Video .MTS files, click on the first file and drag it onto the MPlayerX icon in the Dock, which will play the video clip so I know what video clip I’m looking at. The playback will be a little jerky and the audio will be out of sync, but do not worry, as this is only a reference for you to use to see what the chosen video clip is about. After you go through all your video clips, deleting the unwanted ones, and writing a description for the keepers (by clicking on the video clips name and changing it), click on any one file once, then in your Menu Bar go to File>Get Info. A window will open, go down to Open With, and in the Pull Down Menu, navigate to the Media Converter App in your Applications Folder, and then click on the Change All button below. What you just did was tell your computer that any time you double click a .MTS file, Media Converter will be the default App that will open it with a Dialog Window for you to navigate to where the resulting .MOV video files will be saved. Once saved, just double click a file, which should open in QuickTime, or you will be able to be import the video files into your video editing software, like Final Cut Pro or Express.
Pacman
Pacman
Mar 5 2012
2.4.7
0.0
Mar 5 2012
0.0
Version: 2.4.7
$50 for a piece of software. That is *NOT* expensive people! You guys rant and rant and say "it's never good enough", but do you at all know how long it takes to develop software, and how cumbersome it is ? People that don't want to pay for software is the reason I don't want to make my best software available to the public. When people start paying for the small stuff, I might release something a little bigger. What am I talking about ? I'm talking about an application, which had more than 200000 downloads in less than a single month, a ton of positive feedback. What did people pay ? IN TOTAL: 6 times $20 - for 2 YEARS of development. -So I'd suggest that if you want software, you open the wallet and close your mouth. (I'm not the developer of this software, and if you can afford Final Cut Pro, you can afford paying $50; if you can't afford Final Cut Pro, why would you need this software anyway?)
tonyarabish
tonyarabish
May 12 2020
4.0
May 12 2020
4.0
Version: null
smawsonsbcglobal-net4535
Dec 22 2015
2.5
Version: null
Jg-In-Ct
Jg-In-Ct
Jun 24 2015
3.0
Jun 24 2015
3.0
Version: null
mrbabb
mrbabb
Jun 9 2014
3.5
Jun 9 2014
3.5
Version: null
Jozzzzz
Jozzzzz
Mar 24 2012
2.0
Mar 24 2012
2.0
Version: null
uwzero
uwzero
Feb 3 2011
3.5
Feb 3 2011
3.5
Version: null