MetaX 2 is a software for tagging MP4, M4V, and MOV video files, with which you can easily capture metadata related to videos easily on the Internet.And search through known services such as Amazon and tagChimp as well as IMDB and Yahoo, and then write this information in a video file to be displayed on iTunes or on Apple’s Front Row or Apple TV. MetaX automatically reads media metadata for videos. If you want to tag some of the episodes of a television series or any set of video files that share a lot of information, you can use the default ones. To do this, just tag an item with shared information and save it by default. Then select the rest of the fields and apply the predefined settings you created. All you need to do is fill out the individual information that is unique to each file.
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, Apple’s Front Row, or an Apple TV.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 for donating click below) 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 cover art.
Here are some key Features of “MetaX v2.69” :
- Metadata search of video files on the Internet
- Ability to search video information in Amazon, tagChimp, IMDB and Yahoo
- Use prefix settings to tag multiple episodes of television series
- Automatic access to metadata related to movies.
- Supports all types of video formats of MP4, M4V, MOV, MKV, WMV, AVI
- Software Requirements
– Windows 10 (32/64-bit)
– Windows 8.1 (32/64 bit)
– Windows 8 (32/64-bit)
– Windows 7 (32/64 bit)
– Windows Vista (Service Pack 1 or later, 32/64 bit)
– Windows XP (Service Pack 3 or later, 32-bit only)
- .NET Framework