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MovieScanner v1.2 released

MovieScanner v1.2 released
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Version 1.2 of MovieScanner was released today.

– Improved (Bleze) and added support additional UHDTV resolutions (480p, 720p, 1080p, 2000p, 2160p, 2540p, 4000p, 4320p)
– Corrected 12:5 notation to 2.4:1 (Bleze)
– Popup menu corrected to show “Explorer” for Windows and “Finder” for MacOS X
– Search changed to “Filter as you type” (instant change when typing characters) (Bleze)
– Audio: DCA is now displayed as DTS (Bleze)
– MacOS X: Fixed error when trying to create the database
– Windows: Fixed potential database issue, new location makes app more portable as well

You can download the most recent version of MovieScanner from the MovieScanner page.




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  • Nov 11, 2013 - 8:23 AM - Terrence Comment Link

    Hello.. Great product..

    A few minor requests, if possible?

    1) Bitrate. I’d love to know if the file I have is 1080p but is stored at a crappy 1.5Mbps and I should replace it

    2) Export feature.. I’d love to be about to share this and/or have it offline on my iPad/phone.

    Thank You

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    Terrence

    • Nov 11, 2013 - 9:25 AM - hans Comment Link

      Hi Terrence,

      Thanks for your feedback 

      1) Bitrate can be seen when you hover the mouse over the resolution field (for example 1280×720). I’m not sure if you were thinking to have this visible at all times or not?

      2) Export is available, right click a movie and select “Export entire list”, which results in a TAB separated file, which can easily be pasted in Excel or Number (Mac) for example. If you have another file format in mind, please let me know as I’m not custom to exporting documents to my iPad.

      Hans

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      hans

  • Nov 13, 2013 - 6:01 PM - Bill Donvoy Comment Link

    I’m really loving this, thank you so much!

    I agree that bit rate would be a nice attribute to make visible (and for copy/paste): sometimes I have more than one version of a video and knowing the bit rate (and resolution, etc) can help me figure out which version is a “keeper”.

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    Bill Donvoy

    • Nov 14, 2013 - 10:12 AM - hans Comment Link

      Hi Bill, glad you like it … 

      I will add your idea to the “to do” list … 

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      hans



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