Review: Easily locate, play back, and organize multiple files with iVideo for Mac

Find, manage, and play back all your videos with the help of an all-in-one video organizer.

iVideo for Mac helps you easily locate, organize, and play back all of your video files. The application supports all known video formats and offers plenty of options for customizing video files and the way you search for them.

Since it's around 30MB in size, iVideo for Mac takes a couple of minutes to download. After a quick installation, the app opens to a basic but neat video organizer. The interface is customizable and you can show or hide a sidebar and information bar to your right. In the upper-right corner there is a search option, which helps you quickly locate files and then sort them based on name, author, album, genre, tags, notes, and location. In the upper-left corner there are options for displaying videos as well as a play option. During video playback, apart from the usual controls, there are options to set the size and speed of your videos, too. You can also check which videos are coming up by clicking on the button in the upper-right corner. Additionally, there are options to add files to your iVideo library, rate videos, as well as to add online videos from popular video sharing Web sites such as YouTube or Vimeo. The program also easily locates and displays duplicate files and is able to convert files to most known formats such as AVI, MOV, WAV, DV, 3GP, and MP4. During testing, the application offered good playback and performed any given task well.

iVideo for Mac would be greatly appreciated by users with large video collections as it will help them easily sort their files, locate duplicates, organize videos and movies with easily accessible libraries, and much more.

Editors' note: This is a review of the full version of iVideo for Mac 6.1.1. The trial version is limited to 10 days.

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