MetaX is a Windows movie tagging program for MP4, M4V and MOV files. You can search both Amazon and tagChimp, as well as IMDB and Yahoo posters for information and then write that information into the file so that it is displayed in iTunes, on Apple’s Front Row or on an Apple TV. It uses a modified version of Atomic Parsley at its core to write the tags.
MetaX will read any metadata information that is in the file, but it also makes it easy to search for information on the Internet. It will automatically search Amazon (and you can set which country’s Amazon site to use) and tagChimp (a great source of information) to retrieve information on a movie.
You can also bring up IMDB for additional information, as well as Barnes & Noble for chapter information, and Yahoo Posters for cover art. You can also use your own cover art.
When you want to tag a number of episodes of a TV series (or any set of files that share a lot of the same information) you can use the Preset facility. Just tag one of the episodes with the common information, then save this as a Preset. Then select the rest of the episodes and apply the Preset you just created. Now all you have to do is fill in any unique information and you’re done.
You can also have MetaX keep an archive entry for all movies that you’ve tagged. That way if you need to re-tag them at some point in the future, it is as easy as selecting the entry from the archive list. Or you can share you archive file with friend that also use MetaX to make tagging movies you have in common easy.
MovieLibrary is a companion program to MetaX that creates a database of all your movies that you can search, categorize and print. MetaX will automatically update your MovieLibrary database when you tag a file.
MovieLibrary will backup (just copy) or archive (copy and then delete) a selection of your movies. This can be used to only copy movies that you haven’t already backed up to a backup drive. You can also use this feature to archive movies that you no longer want to keep on your main movie server, but would like to keep on an archival disk.
Supported OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
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