VideoPhile II was created for the purpose of managing and organising your downloaded video files. Its powerful feature-set lends itself as an ideal solution for cataloguing large collections of media content across multiple storage devices.
Version: 1.5.0VideoPhile II was created for the purpose of managing and organising your multimedia files.
Operating System: Windows
Its powerful feature-set lends itself as an ideal solution for cataloguing large collections of media content. Specifically, it is aimed at collections that traverse multiple storage devices and where it is otherwise inherently difficult to locate a particular file in a collection.
Through its easy-to-use interface, it is possible to quickly and easily locate any file in your collection and play it back.
Features include: Support for user's default Media Player Auto-creation of Library, including thumbnail generation
Support for advanced Tagging, using hierarchies, links and synonyms (tag your tags!) Ability to perform complex, compound searches in order to identify and locate files (combine anything with anything!) Navigable Tag Cloud!
Ability to create and playback highlight segments from your files Facilitates basic editing of files (through external applications, where installed)
Caters for collections that traverse many storage devices whether online or offline (HDDs / CDs / Data DVDs / RAM Disks / USB Drives / etc.) Ability to create and organise dynamic playlists Ability to generate Poster images of files (commonly used as previews by file uploaders) Facilitates identification of duplicate files
Supports real and virtual drives and UNC paths
Videophile II is a Direct Show-based application and, hence, it can play-back any media type for which your system has the necessary filters installed.
My recommendation, if you are not already using it, is to have ffdshow installed, together with the Haali Media Splitter to handle MPEG-2 and Matroska streams.
You may wish to supplement this a Flash (FLV) filter and either or both Real Alternative and Quicktime Alternative for, respectively, the Realmedia and Quicktime formats, although there is some doubt as to the legality of these filters.