With a feature set roughly similar to QuickTime Pro, SimpleMovieX extends editing capabilities to other popular video formats AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 and MPEG-4. The main advantage of native editing is speed and quality, since no re-encoding is required to save edited movies.
This new version improves support of iTunes library, as movies metadata, chapters and artwork can be edited and saved. It also brings a significant speed increase to editing and chapter tasks.
Powerful editing operations like splitting a movie into clips, a Batch Converter, an Audio Waveform tool to make sharp audio editing and synchronization, are among most appreciated features of version 3. SimpleMovieX also provides a search pane to quickly find a sequence and an adaptable timeline for accurate playhead positioning even in large duration movies. Huge files beyond 4GB, for example 6 hours of TV recording, can be edited without truncating. Many more features.
- Save to iTunes Library, making necessary arrangements to make movie compatible with selected devices (iPad, iPhone, AppleTV, iPod)
- MP4 native saving now supports multiple audio tracks, and also Dolby AC3.
- German localization
- Merge audio and video by dragging them on blank document
- Rename the audio tracks and set languages
- (Experimental) Add to iTunes mutating XVID to MPEG4: Instead of converting XVID files (very slow), SimpleMovieX makes them playable on AppleTV, iPad, iPhones and iPods by mutating into MPEG4 Video (very fast)