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App Specs
File size:
12.59 MB
Version:
1.2
Released:
September 24, 2013
Updated:
April 18, 2016


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Description
Why technology has to spoil you the fun of a video??
MovieCam handles all video types (with or without 'comb effects') from cameras/camcorders.
MovieCam, because simplicity does not have to degrade quality!

Features in the Free version:
▶ Prepare videos for iMovie.
▶ Remove 'comb effects'.
▶ Make slow motions (if your camcorder shoots 'more images than necessary', eg: most of customers camcorders do it).
▶ Unify videos from different camcorders.

MovieCam Free:
▶ Because your memories are too precious to be badly handled.
▶ Because everyone is not an expert in video technology.
▶ Because manufacturers of camcorders have created a 'new incomprehensible terminology' to describe their videos (1080i50, 720p25, HDV 1080i60, etc) and editing softwares use a 'different terminology' (25i, 25p, 30i, etc).
▶ Because iMovie has some specific needs for its editing.
▶ Because you have specific needs for your editing.
Or because you want more than your editing software proposes to you when importing videos ;-).

Enjoy

What's New
  • Handle interference between any application from the Mac App Store (so secured by the "sandbox" feature) AND the customized codecs you added to your user folder (like the "Perian" codec). Moviecam no longer fails during these conversions.
  • Compatibility with Mac OS 10.9 (minor changes).
  • Add German and Italian localizations.
  • User request: Ability to not warn about the end of an encoding (...set the new checkbox in preferences panel).
  • Various minor bugfixes.

  • MovieCam Free (com.movieconverter-studio.moviecam-free) is a Mac software application that has been discovered and submitted by users of Software.com. The latest version that our users have reported running on their systems is MovieCam Free 2924.

    Operating System: Mac

    Minimum OS version: 10.6

    Bundle Information: MovieCam Free 1.2, (c)2013 Herve Flores

    Copyright: (c)2013, Herve Flores