LifeFlix Free

LifeFlix Free

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The free trial allows you to import one tape only.

Easy-to-use Mac software for importing, sharing, archiving, and editing video footage from your old camcorders.  Support for MiniDV, HDV, Video8, Hi8 and Digital8 (D8) tape formats. Also supports VHS when used with a DV camcorder or analog to DV converter. 

  • Convert your old video footage from standard definition (SD) to HD.  
  • Support for the Mac's "Share Menu" (share to iMessage, Mail and Photos).  
  • Automated file syncing when choosing a new folder to store your video.
  • Import videos from your computer, phone, phone or digital camera. 
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Customer Reviews

Based on 229 reviews
Roman Wright (Bremerton, US)
A work in progress

I have not had the opportunity to use it yet. I am waiting for component parts of my system to arrive. But I keep reading good things about the editor. Thank you for the trial. I hope it stays available until I have a chance to try it out.
Thank you

Werner He (San Lorenzo, US)

Great software, really nice to be able to import my mini DV tape and edit the video.

Nick Rafter (Teaneck, US)

If you want to capture MiniDV this is the tool. Simple but it works.

Peter H. (Munich, DE)
Works fine

Perfect copies from old dv tapes

Cecile (Seattle, US)
Great tool!

I just completed uploading 15+ year old miniDV tapes to my computer using LifeFlix. Super easy way to capture and preserve memories.

Yves Malouin (Québec, CA)
I fell off my chair - Boom!

Unbelievable ! Finally a software that works. I tried with iMovie and with Filmora; no success. I have been looking for so long, for such a tool that would allow me to transfer on my iMac, all these souvenirs from my family. All done.
My Specs: iMac Late 2013 (macOS Catalina 10.15.7).
Big thanks to "Love What You Do" YouTube Channel.
His video brought me to try LiteFlix for free and then purchase it:

Anna Nicolin (Düsseldorf, DE)

It worked :)

Anonymous (Uckfield, GB)
Owner of Canon XM2 Camcorder

As forewarned, it doesn’t capture the audio on my Canon camcorder, but it is worth the money since it captures the video very well. I capture the audio separately by running an Audio/PC capture lead from the camcorder’s headphone socket to a USB socket on the Mac using Audacity and exporting to WAV. Then the challenge is to synchronise audio and video after importing the WAV and MOV files into iMovie. I share the iMovie content to a MP4 file.

Brian Lawler (Nipomo, US)
This product works for me!

I needed to convert some Sony DVCAM video tapes to digital format, and I was led to LifeFlix by a link in the Adobe Premiere help documentation. I was unsuccessful using Premiere to do this (because there is no longer support for these machines in QuickTime).

I downloaded the free version, hooked up my Sony deck, and was immediately successful in transferring my work to the computer.

I licensed the full version and had the conversions made within hours.

This is exactly what I needed to complete my project, and I am grateful to LifeFlix for making the process so successful.

Henrik Wilken (Gentofte Municipality, DK)
Very good

It basically does one thing and it does it very well. The option to save as many or /and one large file is very nice.