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 Movie Library++
Jan 28 2008, 11:13 PM
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File Name: Movie Library++
File Submitter: mandeldev
File Submitted: 28 Jan 2008
File Category: Media Organisers & Search
Will Run On: 98/ME/2000/XP/Vista

(Version 5.1.1)

The Movie library application is a Java program designed to keep your videos organized on your PC. You can import almost any type of video (using drag and drop or selecting the videos from the import button in the file menu).

This application enables you to tag, sort, filter and organize your videos. and a dedicated online video database link to retrieve information about the videos you import and fill the info in automatically. Save that info to the library itself or to metadata of the video for mp4 files. You can also convert almost any type of video to avi (Xvid) mp4 (H.264, for PS3, Xbox 360 or simply for a good quality backup), PSP (MPEG4 and AVC), iPod (MPEG4 and AVC), 3gp, PDA (wmv), Microsoft Zune (wmv), Flash (flv), MJPEG (Packard Bell). Additional tools available to calculate bitrate (bitrate calculator), merge videos tool (avi merge), audio amplification tool (amplify audio tool), create dvd (no menu).

What's New

07-Apr-08 5.1.1
Improved the artwork efficiency.
Added a grid view mode (experimental, only for viewing at the moment).
Added an integrated mplayer navigation panel for playing videos directly without wasting memory using another third party video player.

12-Mar-08 4.5.1
Added artwork (drag and drop picture files (jpg, gif, png) or pictures straight of webpages into the artwork square in multi selection or single selection editors. Artwork saved to the library as a png format and shown in a tool tip in the table (when you move your mouse over a video). The artwork can also be saved into the metadata of mp4 as part of the save mp4 metadata function.
Improved H264 custom profile: more video codec options, better quality, faster encoding of first pass without any loss of quality.
Made a quicktime compatible/incompatible option for those of us who don't care about quicktime as it is a rubbish video player anyway. If you don't restrain your video to be quicktime compatible you can have better settings for better quality. Not many players support more than 1 B-Frame and avi does not support it either so be careful when selecting your options. SMPlayer (MPlayer) supports multiple B-Frames, VLC seems to have problems with it.
Fixed the option for adding multiple jobs while a video is beeing encoded.
Fixed the delete all jobs option while a video is being encoded.
Fixed delete checked items (IDs not reset properly, now ok).
Tool tip over a video in the table shows the artwork.
Multiple enable/disable converting jobs option. Select more than one job by holding "ctrl" or "shift".
Started work on enabling Podcasts (including subscription, download...).

23-Feb-08 4.4.0
Redesigned the library and table completely, for faster use, many bugs fixes and more options available such as multiple selection.
Improved search algortithm for getting video info from the database.
You can now hide and show columns, right click on header of the table.
Improved library export format.
Actors for series now available for import
Edition of multiple files possible as well as deleting, updating and adding to convert for multiple files, simply tick the files you want to process and select the action.
Fixed many bugs with the table and library not always in line when modifying file data when filters were used.
Improved algortithm to search file names to get hints on TV shows info such as season number and episode number.

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