Version: 7.0.1 || Release Date: 2014-11-28 || License: Shareware ($20) Developer: Mike McFadden | App Owner: bonzai_apps

intuitive and powerful app for organizing and sharing movies

iVideo is a movie organizer designed with both consumers and professionals in mind. Whether you have a few videos you'd like to share, or whether you have thousands of movies scattered across multiple hard drives and endless stacks of CDs, iVideo is up to the job. Every feature in iVideo helps you get the most of of your movies by following this design: organize your movies so you can find them easily, play them using the integrated movie player (or the player of your choice), then share your favorite movies with friends and family.

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4 Opinions

Incredible app. I've tried iDive and while it's also a great app itself, I just love the simplicity of this app. It's geared to look like iPhoto and iTunes, so if you use both of those apps you will LOVE iVideo. Even the name goes great with the other apps. :P Not digging the icon much though, but I could easily change that myself if I really wanted to.
I also love how I can have different libraries within the app. I like to sort my videos by camera. The camera I carry around with me daily, my better quality and bigger camera, and then my professional camera. This app lets me do that EASILY and even lets me set search folders so all I have to do is open the app and it automatically scans and puts my new videos in place. PERFECT!

Currently this application is a Universal Binary.

desperately needing a UB version!! :)

This app is incredible... it's modeled very much after iPhoto so if you use iPhoto to organize your pictures, you'll feel right at home with iVideo. Apple's iLife suite is blatantly missing an app like this to organize videos... I am not of the opinion that Finder should be used to organize multimedia files and with this program I finally have all the pictures, music AND VIDEOS on my computer organized and searchable with all-in-one-place accessibility.