iFlicks 2

Developer: Jendrik Bertram

Current Version: 2.6.2

Last Updated: 6 days ago

Download Size: 15.7 MB - Download


Use iFlicks to add your video files to iTunes and iOS devices. Add metadata to Movies and TV Shows to make your video library look awesome. Managing your video collection on your Mac has never been this easy.

iFlicks is all about Movie and TV Show Metadata. It helps you make your iTunes Library look awesome by adding Metadata. All using a beautiful User-Inteface.
If you love Movies just as much as we do, you want them to look beautiful in your iTunes Library. You can even update existing Videos by dragging them to the iFlicks window. It really brings your iTunes Library to Life.

• Automatic lookup for Movie and TV Show metadata
• Automatic lookup for subtitles and chapter titles
• Clever parsing of file names
• Finds beautiful Artwork, including squared Artwork for TV Shows
• Metadata completely customizable using Rules

Using iFlicks you can process your Videos faster than ever before so you can watch them on your iOS device right away.
• Extremely fast processing of many video types
• High Quality Video encoding
• Audio support for multiple tracks in different languages in stereo and surround.
• Support for subtitles and chapter titles to be embedded in your video files.
• Dedicated presets to optimize videos for any Apple device like Apple TV, iPhone, iPad or iPod.

Your Video content is not H.264. No problem. iFlicks uses the most advanced encoders to convert your video stream while keeping quality high and files sizes low.

Many current video files can be transferred into m4v containers without lengthy re-encoding or quality loss. iFlicks goes through great length to make this easy for you.

Automate task you repeat time after time using Rules, Watch Folders and Scripts.
Automatically open Videos copied to Watch folders. Run custom rules to modify Metadata and Settings. Use Apple Script to automate processing.
• Custom watch folders with automated processing.
• Powerful rule system to customize your workflow.
• Apple Script support for most functions.
• Integrated tightly with iTunes.

Using the powerful rules you can move metadata around to your preference, but also automatically choose preset, destination and further processing options depending on file path, type or other conditions.

Watch Folder
Automatically process video files dropped to folders you have set up as watch folder.

For more details about iFlicks, please check out our website at iflicksapp.com.
Connect with us at [email protected], support.iflicksapp.com or facebook.com/iFlicks.

Enjoy using iFlicks!


Release Notes:

iFlicks 2.6 is the third major update to the already awesome iFlicks 2

This update focuses on continuous improvements, making iFlicks compatible with new video and audio formats and updating the internal metadata handling to be more reliable.

== Get back to us ==

We love hearing from you! Get in touch with us at support.iflicksapp.com, facebook.com/iFlicks or [email protected]

If you enjoy using iFlicks, please take a minute to leave a nice review: it really helps.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.0.4
Review by MAXXtreme007

Yosemite Support? - This app is fantastic. I used it all the time to fix my (really unorganized) collection of movies. Now all (except the ones imported recently) are like I downloaded straight from iTunes! INCREDIBLE! But (stupid me), I decided to update my MacBook to Yosemite and it crashes all the time before it will fix the movie. This is not the developers fault at all, but it would still be great to have it updated to work with the new update. Great work dev and I hope to see an update soon for Yosemite support!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 2.0.2
Review by enz1ey

It works, but it surely isn’t worth $25 - I feel a bit slighted to say the least, the old version of iFlicks was much more functional, and definitely more reliable. The fact that I paid good money for this upgrade stings. There are frequent audio/video sync issues, and the most annoying issue is (after trying half a dozen times), on movie file was somehow turned from 2.5 hours to over 7 hours long, with broken audio and choppy video. Not only that, but there is ZERO applescript functionality. This was a known issue in the betas for this app, yet it was still released and still advertised to have applescript functionality. That’s false advertising, and the developer definitely shouldn’t be charging one of the highest prices in the Mac App Store for something as broken as this. You’re better off using handbrake, iVI, MP4Tools, or frankly ANY video converter out there. It’ll be cheaper and probably work better, too.

Found helpful by 26 out of 31 people