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iFlicks 2.0.3

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Jendrik Bertram has released version 2.0.3 of the iFlicks video encoding and metadata management app (see “iFlicks Improves iTunes Imports,” 10 January 2013). The maintenance release adds a season description field (in addition to the episode description), adds support for importing and exporting both rules and chapters, improves AppleScript support and search results for movies, enables you to keep the original audio track, fixes problems encoding some audio tracks, and adds support for absolute episode numbers. ($24.99 new from the Mac App Store, free update, 11.3 MB, 10.7.3+)

 

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JohnB (SciFiOne)   2014-05-28 22:17
I wonder if he made it work with EyeTV files. It failed miserably at exporting them to iOS & iTunes formats and I eventually got a refund from Apple.
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