VideoDrive allows us to manage our video library via iTunes in a lot more efficient way. Many of the videos that we want to have in iTunes so as to be able to view them on devices like the iPhone, AppleTV or iPod, have to have a specific format. That is an inconvenience that is rather important, and that we will be able to forget thanks to this software.
Due to the fact that iTunes only recognizes the MP4 format, utilities like VideoDrive are nearly essential, because they allow to add files in MPG, MPEG, MP4, AVI, WMV, SWF, M4V, M2V, FLV, WMA, MKV, ASF, DivX and Xvid format to the video library. Thus, even though iTunes allows us to add videos in these formats, with VideoDrive we will manage this as well as easily being able to synchronize them with any device.
Playing these formats shouldn't be any problem in the majority of cases, because the Apple devices can play them or (just as the program's name indicates) the community has managed to install the codecs necessary by means of small modifications.
As something in its favor, VideoDrive will make sure of filling in the tags for each video, so that iTunes can perfectly index them and so that we can have all the information on any device when we synchronize it.
VideoDrive will allow you to add videos that aren't in MP4 format to your iTunes library, the only one supported by the player by Mac. Download VideoDrive
Requirements and additional information:
It only works on Mac OS X 10.5 or above and needs QuickTime and iTunes to work. In the demo version it is only possible to use 20 videos.
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