"LifeFlix is the quickest and easiest way to get MiniDV tapes into your Mac."Read the review
"LifeFlix quickly and easily imports old DV tapes, before it’s too late."Read the review
"An easy way to digitise your old video tapes."Read the review
"It’s awesome and it will be the benchmark I’ll be using when testing future Mac video transfers."Read the review
Works like a champ even though I have to use the work around due to the Canon/Mac thing. perfect! So simple to set up and use. Thanks!!
Been transferring footage from a Canon XH-A1 and the footage thanks to this software looks amazing. I am very and look forward to my future projects.
Trialed LiteFlix with their free option to check compatibility.
My handicam was not recognised and despite good help from their support team have been unable to rectify the issue so now looking at a video capture device.
Thanks for your help.
I tried the free version , it worked copying my video8 tapes as described so I purchased the product and it works brilliant the only solution I found that works
Thanks LifeFlix as now I can relive memories and share with family 😀
Have about 50 DV tapes that I needed to digitize before it was too late. App works as claimed - easy to use and results look great.
Was having trouble finding something to copy across my digital camera tapes tried this free version worked great so I purchased the product
Ich habe eine alte Sony DCR-PC110E und bereits viele Versuche gestartet, über Firewire die Bänder auf mein MacBook Pro (MacOS 11.2.3) zu übertragen. Mit LifeFlix funktioniert das einwandfrei.
Das Aufsplittern in einzelne Szenen würde ich gerne abstellen können. Das ist anscheinend nicht möglich.
Tried a few other free apps. LifeFlix does exactly what I needed. Rewinds, grabs MiniDV, breaks clips into scenes. Leaps over breaks in timecode (big win).
I used the free version, and while the app is not perfect, it does the job quite well and is really the only option out there on the Mac side for digitizing video from a Hi-8 or DV camcorder. I was able to successfully digitize a mini-DV tape using a Canon Elura 100 camcorder, and in spite of the weird audio bug with Canons I was able to work around that and capture the audio correctly.
I could not believe how simple and fast the transfer process was once I figured out how to daisy chain connections from my Sony handycam to my MacBook air. I put the clips on a peripheral hard drive to save space on my MacBook Air- LifeFlix allowed me to download directly to that drive. I will say, it is frustratingly slow to edit directly in NetFlix; I moved clips to iMovie for that task. Very satisfied with LifeFlix overall.
It is expensive but it works. Good luck with your project
did the job
I connected my Canon HV10 and a Sony GV-D1000 to a Mac Mini 2018. Then imported around 60 DV and HDV tapes very easily and without any issues using the Lifeflix full version (I tested the free version first just to confirm the function). The SW was certainly worth the money for us, thank you!
Excellent product and I’ve tried a number. Only one that would not stop import and detection of break in data.
Just what I was needing for the hundreds of precious camcorder tapes I have taken over the years. Imported three so far and delighted at how easy it is, so far so good.
These short video tutorials will show you how to use all the LifeFlix features
When we started LifeFlix in 2013 the original tagline was "Rescuing Precious Memories". A little bit later we added "...before it's too late!" because we thought adding some fear and urgency would help grow the business (it didn't). After a while we began to notice a trend. Our top sales days were always...Read More
Recently I mentioned we originally developed LifeFlix in 2012 because of old MiniDV tapes in a shoebox. I then described how we realized that just as many, if not more people, are using LifeFlix to capture old 8mm video formats like Video8, Hi8 and Digital8. I started thinking about Video Home...Read More
We originally developed LifeFlix in 2012 because we had about 100 old MiniDV tapes in a shoebox. Even though I've spent 25 years in the video technology industry it was still difficult to import these old tapes easily. I tried iMovie but it was cumbersome and frequently didn't work at all. ...Read More