Video Manager is a Windows application that facilitates a user-friendly interface for helping you organize your movie collection by editing tags. It supports Matroska (MKV, MKA, MKS, MK3D) and MP4 (MP4, M4A) video files. The tool can rename multiple files in bulk based on their metadata. Also, it offers full Unicode support.
Build an index to organize movie collections
Installing this program doesn’t take long. However, right before exiting the wizard, Video Manager offers to download and install another (free) program made by the same developer. If you encounter DLL errors at startup, it’s necessary to manually install Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package.
The video organizer is wrapped in a clean and intuitive interface made from a large window that has a built-in file navigator to help you track down video files. Double-clicking one or more videos from this list loads the stream information, classification and file format information, shown on the right.
Comprehensive tag editor with import and export
It’s possible to edit the tags of any video whose stream has been loaded, as well as of multiple videos at the same time, provided that they have the same file extension. If tags don’t exist at all, they can be added from scratch.
There’s a large amount of tag information that can be dealt with when it comes to basic information, people involved, actors, comments and descriptions, lyrics, sorting order, account and purchasing, tree view, and other. Any fields can be filled out or ignored.
Tags can be imported from other files, exported, copied and pasted. You can even ask Video Manager to try and guess the remaining tags based on the existing information as well as to look up the movie on the iMDB or Amazon database.
Rename batches of files and run advanced searches
Furthermore, you can edit the tree views of MKV tags, along with the cover art. Files can be named in bulk by creating a rename template using any of the available tags. If you have a large collection of media files, you can conduct an advanced search and apply filters with the file name, size, playtime, file format, and tags. Any number of folders can be included in the index.
All aspects considered, Video Manager proves to be a comprehensive tool for efficiently organizing video collections by building an index, renaming tags and files, replacing cover art, and performing thorough searches. It worked smoothly on Windows 10 in our tests and had minimal impact on the computer’s performance.
• Edit Matroska tags in MKV, MKA, MKS and MK3D files
• Edit MP4 tags in MP4 and M4A files
• Powerful search functionality to find video and audio files in your library
• Batch rename files based on their metadata
• Full Unicode support
Thanks to UZ1 release
(Installer with crack) x86 x64