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LifeFlix Importer and Editor 3.0

LifeFlix Importer and Editor 3.0

常规价格 ¥738.00 CNY
常规价格 促销价 ¥738.00 CNY
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新功能!从计算机,电话,电话或数码相机导入视频。将现代镜头与过去的旧MiniDV镜头混合,以实现最终的回溯混搭!在这里查看我们博客上的教程!

一个简单的Mac应用程序,用于从旧便携式摄像机导入,共享,存档和编辑视频素材。支持MiniDV,HDV,Video8,Hi8和Digital8(D8)磁带格式。

•将旧的视频素材从标准清晰度(SD)转换为高清。
•支持Mac的 “共享菜单”(共享到iMessage,邮件和照片)*。
•选择新文件夹存储视频时自动进行文件同步。

以前的LifeFlix版本的所有者只需19美元即可升级到LifeFlix 3.0。

LifeFlix立即作为软件下载提供。 100%退款保证。如果不满意,我们将退还您的钱。

*不幸的是,Mojave停止了Share Menu对第三方社交媒体服务的支持,例如Facebook,Twitter,LinkedIn,Vimeo等。

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Customer Reviews

Based on 560 reviews
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Customer (Tuckerton, US)
Perfect for my MiniDV tapes!

I've digitized hundreds of tapes with this software and it works flawlessly every time :)

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Manuel Mateu Ratera (Igualada, ES)
Very good Customer Service and App to Import Mini DV, overcome sudden stops.

LifeFlix is a good application for importing Mini DV tapes from Sony DCR Camcorders, etc. My experience is as follows: I have Mini DV tapes from 2000 to 2007. I've started importing tapes into my M1 Mac mini to digitize and sort my memories. I've used QuickTime, but the import abruptly stops, very often, between 15 to 120 seconds, and I discarded this app. Then I successfully used iMovie. Importing into iMovie doesn't stop but segments the video into clips when it detects a timecode change. I need and prefer to have a single file so that I can edit comfortably in Davinci Resolve, for example. QuickTime doesn't segment into clips, but it stops abruptly and often. I found several tutorials on YouTube that advised using LifeFlix to import Mini DV tapes to Mac or Windows. I bought the app, and when I used it, I was surprised to see that in the latest version 4.2.5, the same thing happened, although somewhat less frequently, than in QuickTime: the red "Import" signal was turned off, and the program stopped importing, although we continued to see the video in the window. I contacted the Technical Service who answered me in less than 24 hours. He asked me for technical information and after performing his 3 tips, the problem continued. I told them, and they quickly replied that they offered me an older version (v3.6) that would probably work. So, I did, I downloaded the new LifeFlix DV Importer v3.6 app in a link that Technical S. sent me, installed the app, and tried the import again. It was a success, and it worked the first time, smoothly, continuously and without shocks or sudden stops. I have suggested that they inform the user of this issue and look to fix the problem in a new version. My rating is maximum for the very good customer service, which is not very often found.

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Scott Davis (Salt Lake City, US)
Didn’t Work for Me

It didn’t work. Support only modestly helpful or concerned. Glad I got it on sale

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John LaFon (Newnan, US)
Didn't work with MAC OS 10.15.7 Catalina

Greatins, I ordered LifeFlix 4 bu didn't work on my older Mac. Any chnce theres a older copy that might work on m computer other wise I,m stuck with a copy that won't work with my setup.
Regards
Todd LaFon

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Vivian Lipman Denis (New York, US)
Didn’t work…

I wasn’t able to use it. ☹️ I had bought elgato video capture because it was the simplest and cheapest way to connect my video camera to my Mac laptop. I have the newest laptop. I was going to use your software because it’s easier to list my clips (el gato’s software is not as intuitive) but as per your customer service lifeflix doesn’t recognize the el gato. And I would have to spend more $$ to get the wires I need to hook up my camcorders to the Mac. Also, one of the wires recommended and needed for the transfer is no longer available and costly to purchase because of this. So I wasted my money on the purchase of your software. I hope you can figure how to work with video capture devices in the future.

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RICHARD DUBUQUE
Total restoration

I have been using LifeFlix for a couple of weeks now and can say that it has been wonderful. I have been able to move each MINIDV tape to my computer and edited them to a nice little film that I will eventually move to a computer card. Really a simple way to get all those videos saved.

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Ulf Lundin (Montpellier, FR)
Big problems

I can't get it to work on my iMac 12.2 despite what the support has told me and now I cannot find anyone at support to help me

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Michael, Sydney Australia (Sydney, AU)
Works well with a few odd habits

Compared to all the other packages I've tried (iMovie, Premier Elements, Premier Pro) where digitising is painfully slow and complicated to initiate, LifeFlix has a really simple interface and just gets the job done. It's a real gem in this respect and I like the clear instruction to just "compress all downloads".
I had to go back to v. 3.6 because although 4.1.8 has a cleaner interface, the simple Combine button has gone or has been moved or renamed. File management is a bit of a headache in 3.6 and guidance as to what works best (e.g. saving to the computer HD or to an attached external drive) is absent. It is easy enough to switch video file location but the message "All existing tapes and media will be moved to the new location" may not necessarily suit the user who just wants the next few tapes go into folder somewhere else. If there is a reason for this an explanation would help.
Professionals are unlikely to use LF so reasons for why it does what it does need to be simply explained. I agree that file names should contain the name of the tape unless they prove to be too long.
Lastly a simple manual that is quick to read and explains buttons and menu items is essential for grownups. Frequently asked questions are of limited use.
All that said Ill just persevere with LF having just digitised about 40 x 42 minute Mini DV tapes over a just a few days with very little fuss.

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Michael Wein (Puettlingen, DE)
Basically works, but could be much better

Basically allows me to capture my MiniDV tapes. However, it’s not clear why it stops half way: captures scenes get a UUID as file name, so the scenes are scrambled in the file system — why aren’t they just numbered ascending? Speaking of file names: why isn’t the the name of the tape enclosed in the file name? What is the tape name good for? LifeFlix usually detects scenes and end of tape markers but I didn’t manage to capture timecode information.

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Veikko Saarinen (Helsingborg, SE)

Accurate, recognizes my machinery!