JMovies

Developer: Sameh Aly

Current Version: 1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 363.1 KB - Download

Description:

Merge multiple movies together in one movie file.
Just drag all the movies to the Movie Name table, arrange them, then select File->Save Movie Clips to File
Note: only .mov format supported

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Release Notes:

Minor Bug Fixes

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.0
Review by Borrys

No MP4 or M4V support - Useless for what I intended to use it for….

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.1
Review by sabor

Does not work - It just creates a “merged” movie that is just the first movie in the list, the rest are ignored. DO NOT BUY.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
4/5
Version 1.1
Review by beeola

Solved my joining problem better than quicktime player. - Used iPhone 4s to scout a basketball game, stopping at each break gave one dozen high resolution (1080p) clips totalling about 70 minutes consuming about ~11.5 GB on my macbook air when imported to iPhoto. When using QuickTime Player to join into one file, saving (exporting) at 1080p takes > 1 hour, saving at lower resolution 480p takes about 30 minutes. But I'm in a hurry and I don't want to sacrifice viewing quality (jersey numbers get blurred at 480p) so I need a better solution. Using JMovies to combine the same dozen clips, saving takes less than 5 minutes with no loss of quality. Evidently QuickTime Player does a time-consuming conversion even when outputting joined clips at the same quality as originally recorded. I give JMovies 4 instead of 5 stars because I had to reorder my clips once dropped into its workspace but that was easy to do so not a big deal. I also tried joining clips of differing resolution and it worked but the file wouldn't play on latest QuickTime Player instead required an older version so I won't try that again.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
4/5
Version 1.1
Review by Commodore Norrington

A little tricky. - The interface could use some work to be more user friendly. It takes some getting used to and you have to know what you're doing when splicing two videos of different resolutions. But if you're willing to work through all that, it's not bad at all and can be a lot more handy than all that tedious mucking about within QT Pro. Certainly worth two dollars if you ask me.

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