A simple Mac app to import, share, archive, and edit video footage from your old camcorders. Support for MiniDV, HDV, Video8, Hi8 and Digital8 (D8) tape formats.
From the menu above you can choose either LifeFlix Lifetime for $99.99 or LifeFlix 3.5 for $79.99. Lifetime means you never have to pay for an upgrade ever. LifeFlix 3.5 means major upgrades in the future will have a fee.
LifeFlix is delivered immediately as a software download. 100% Money Back Guarantee. If not satisfied we will refund your money.
*There is a known issue with Canon camcorders and LifeFlix with macOS Catalina. The audio will not be imported if you simply click "Import". To learn how work around this limitation please go here.
I installed the free version to see if it would work. It was so simple and I downloaded one of my tapes. I quickly bought the pay version and within a few days had downloaded all of the movies. The product is simple to install and simple to use. Just make sure you have all of the proper cables for your camera before starting.
After swearing at iMovie for weeks I came across LifeFlix Importer and I’ve found peace! Simple as can be and now I've going back to older DV tapes to get all of those scenes that iMovie dropped.
If you get sick of struggling with iMovie, LifeFlix is probably for you. It imports DV tapes in an intuitive way without any fuss. The resulting files can easily be imported into something else for further editing and colour correction.
Well, even though it's not exactly "analog", this program has been great for my father-in-law who stopped learning about technology in 2005. It's been a great program to use even with my old Core Duo iMac -- highly recommended!
Saving dozens of my old DV films was a simple job with this software
Other reviewers have said it, and I confirm it: LifeFlix is simple to use and efficient in getting the job done quickly. I have never used anything more user-friendly. As advertised, it starts the video capture from a digital camera automatically, but what may not be clear is that, when started manually, it will also capture analog video (run through a converter--I used ADVC110 by Canopus) from my Hi-8 camera as well. This software has greatly reduced the time and hassle of converting my videotape library into files I can store on external computer hard drives. The time you save quickly outweighs the low price of this application.
I have over 100 mini DV tapes to transfer to my new NAS. Sure time for time transfer but a simple and easy program to use. The trial, full version , only1 tape transfer but was sufficient for me decide to purchase this program. Suggest a couple of enhancements in your next update. 1) Option "Automatic select" scene merge before importing. 2) Delete confirmation message box. (i have o accidentally deleted scenes) .... so easy . Have a MacBook Pro 2010 Firewire800>dv in , Panasonic NV-GS250 , Synology DS918+. Thanks ...
Very stable and easy to use software. Much less hassle than iMovie and Adobe Premiere in my experience..
Just the app that I needed
This software is the easiest most powerful tool for converting those miniDV tapes to raw (or compressed) digital. I use a Mac, Thunderbolt 2, Firewiree 800<>400 converter, firewire, camera.
Other software programs did not always find camera, and then I would have to render movie. This does it all easy peasy!
1 hour of minDV RAW = 10 GB. Or you can compress. But I wanted to save my memories in highest quality.
I rarely leave product reviews, but appreciate how helpful LifeFlix was in helping me convert 100 hours of tape!