FilmTag automatically adds metadata information to iTunes compatible movie files
As simple and natural as a drag and drop. It's really all it takes to tag your movie or your TV show. Simply drag an iTunes compatible file into FilmTag to start tagging.
FilmTag will automatically identify the movie or TV show from its file name. Its smart algorithm will works with most twisted cases. It will even check at the containing folders if the file name isn't relevant enough.
If, for wathever reason, the auto identification failed. You can always search by yourself the corresponing movie with an easy to use search panel.
In the preference window, you can choose in which language to fetch the metadata. If some of the metadata is not available in the choosen language, it will automatically fallback to English.
FilmTag will process your movie and add the following metadata, provided by themoviedb.org : Title, Genre, Synopsis, Release Year, Artwork, HD Tag, Cast, Directors, Producers, Screen Writers, Studio, Content Rating.
FilmTag will process your TV show and add the same basic metadata than for movies but also these TV specific metadata, provided by thetvdb.com : Show Title, Season Number, Episode Number, Episode Title.
By dragging multiple file or a foder into FilmTag, it will activate the Queue Mode. This will allow you to run a batch of tagging tasks, with the same cool feature set than in the single mode.
Using FilmTag to add metadata to your movies and TV shows will turn your iTunes library into a rich and beautifull user experience.
Your enriched movies and TV shows will follow you "on the go" if you sync them on any of your iOS devices. If you own an Apple TV, the same experience will follow you on your big screen TV and look stunning in HD.
Q : What kind of files are supported by FilmTag? A : FilmTag uses iTunes specific metadata. Thus, it only supports iTunes compatible movie files which are MP4 and M4V files. If you have files with different format, you can use HandBrake to convert them.
Q : My movie that was already in iTunes doesn't show the new metadata once processed in FilmTag. A : For some reason, iTunes doesn't watch for metadata changes on the file. You might need to remove and add back the movie into iTunes, or you can just right click on the movie in iTunes, click "Get Info" and click "OK". Both tricks should work.
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