I love backing up my library, and being able to put movies onto my iPads/iPhones for traveling, and other uses. So easy! Wish I knew more about the audio/video functions to "tweak" them more, but know what I need to do, and know enough of the basics and just have everything set to "Auto", so it's very easy. My one thing is, a LOT of my audio is softer than some of the background music in the movies, and it's hard to hear. The music is REALLY loud, and the audio is barely audible, and I wonder if there's some kind of setting for that? Like I said -- I don't know enough about it, but I haven't figured it out. Thank goodness for volume control keys for me! For the users who say there's no upgrades? What? I get an auto update just about every time I use it (probably about once/month). Shows they're on top of their software. Thank you!
For some reason iSkysoft does not list v4.4.2 which is what I have and I don't know why. I've come back to look for an upgrade but they've done nothing since 9/14. What I find is that this Deluxe version is a fine offering except for the fact that it over-utilizes my system RAM memory. I'm sporting 20G of RAM on a Mac Pro and when I convert a bevy of files from AVI to MP4 everything on the system slows considerably. If I run a movie audio is fine but display halts and spurts. I run several other media converters without the problem so it comes down to poor memory management with iMedia Deluxe. Please fix this iSkysoft. You've got a good product here, just improve upon it more.
I've finding for a full functional soft wear for years. Finally, it comes to me! An amazing total solution of every I need at web video, converter, and even downloader! As tittle "It's good! It's cool! It's great!"
With year of experience in editing videos for web I prefer to cut my initial videos with iMedia before using any other editing software. It\'s fast and the quality is perfect. Great tool for rough cuts specially when you have several videos with different formats.
I love it!! I just want to be able to convert my own library of DVD keeping some of the languages and subtitles. When are we going to have it available?
I have created several projects using iMovie in HD (1920 x1080p). Unfortunately the only means to create a DVD directly is to have iMovie send the file to IDVD. iDVD is not readily available commercially, so I had to use eBay to obtain a copy. However, it is not capable of writing in HD and has no Blu-Ray capability. I have since purchased an ASUS 12X Blu-Ray Writer and Aiseesoft\'s Blu-Ray Ripper for Mac. The writer only comes with software for Windows. However it is recognized as a burn device by Mavericks OS on my iMac. They worked well together for straightforward Blu-Ray and DVD burning, with many output file format options. Since then I discovered iSkysoft iMedia Converter Deluxe for Mac. It does everything I was able to do plus more, with its ability to build menus for disks with multiple videos. This is exactly what I needed. The software is easy to install, easy to use and most important, it works. Highly recommended. My only suggestion is that iSkysoft refine the menu templates and add more that are less thematic.
Love it except that I thought I\'d be able to burn or convert and then burn the movies i have from iTunes and you CANNOT do that
So amazing being able to watch my favorite DVD movies on my iPhone! Now, I\'m never bored, even when in class. Such an easy conversion process for very long movies. Even two hour movies convert in as little as five minutes, so there is no waiting to watch on my Mac. The software takes care of all the little details of transfer and conversion to Apple friendly formats, even MP4 format. And, I can now watch DVD movies on any Apple device I want.
I\'ve been using this for about a year now and by far it\'s the best around. The only downside was that I tried all the rubbish ones before I came across this diamond!