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Livestation

Livestation 3.2.0

The highest quality live TV viewing experience over broadband. Working in partnership with the world's leading broadcasters and publishers. Add and watch your favorite channels from the Web, all in one player. Stand alone and always on top means you can...

MovieTiler

MovieTiler 1.1.0.2

MovieTiler allows you to make tiled contact sheets from movies. Just enter the size of the tile sheet, select your movie and go. Allows you to specify the number of tiles, the gap size, border sizes and more. You can even specify your own background....

iVerio

iVerio 3.2

With iVerio, you will no longer bother on how to find a way to use your camcorder with your Macintosh. Just plug your video camcorder JVC, Sony, Panasonic or Canon with video files extension .MOD, .TOD, .MTS, .M2TS, .MPG or else and iVerio will let you...

iSedora Media Server streams your videos, music and photos over home network to any UPnP / DLNA compatible media devices like TVs or game consoles. Plug'n'play support for Sony BRAVIA TV, PlayStation 3, Microsoft Xbox 360. Intelligent video transcoding...

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QuickSnap

QuickSnap 3.2

QuickSnap allows you to save frames from any QuickTime playable movie file (including DV clips and MPG files), or convert any image (including PDF, GIF, etc.) to JPEG with one click. Just drop the file on the movie pane, shuttle through the movie to find...

Sublime is a program to edit, spot and render subtitles for DVD authoring, mainly for Apples great authoring suite DVD Studio Pro. You can directly use QuickTime movies and even compressed MPEG2 videos with speed and accuracy you've never archived before....

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Avidemux

Avidemux 2.5.4

Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple cutting, filtering and encoding tasks. It supports many file types, including AVI, DVD compatible MPEG files, MP4 and ASF, using a variety of codecs. Tasks can be automated using projects, job queue and...

DVD Player patch

DVD Player patch 20101106

Why won't the DVD player in OS X allow me to skip certain content or change audio/subtitle tracks on certain DVDs? you ask. Well, the first answer is UOPs, or user operation prohibitions, and the second answer is probably some sort of licensing...