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 have a bunch of mini DV tapes that I wanted to capture. I tried iMovie, which did capture the video, but the audio was out of sync with the video. So then I tried Final Cut Pro, and again, the audio was way out of sync from the video. So I sprung for LifeFlix, and was able to capture every tape with perfectly synced audio and video. Thanks LifeFlix!
So much family history now being easily saved to hard drive. So glad we invested in LifeFlix, if you have any old videos with your kids growing up do yourself a favour and get LifeFlix.
I was so happy to find this software to convert my old digital tapes. I do wish that it included an option to convert to mp4 files. Then I could avoid iMovie altogether. I noticed that it will not allow me to change the name for the tape file without losing recognition by LifeFlix.
Very useful too for archiving my video tapes, easy to use…worth every penny
Haven’t used LifeFlix yet. Waiting for my playback
deck to arrive so I can use your app.
Got the adapter cable and Lifeflix did the rest. I really recommend it!
I had tons of footage of my kids, among other things, on a camera that is now pretty much obsolete. Once I got the correct adapter cables I was easily able to transfer all of my old footage and even used some in a current video. It was super easy to use!
It is a good solution to solve my miniDV problem. I can use Lifeflix to backup my mini DV tapes which were recorded more than ten years ago. I am a Taiwanese, I found the date/time information which is captured into Mac is GMT+0, I have to plus 8 hours to have correct recording time. This is a tiny problem for me though, the software is still very good.
Does what it says. I took old mini DV’s and got them onto my Mac. Could have done without the auto scene assignment but otherwise excellent. Not an editing tool. It just captures you old videos, which is what I needed.
I think that the program for capturing video is good. When I first started capturing video, however, the sound was not captured. Called customer support and they let me know how to remedy this problem.