Indie developer Tosha Serbian has announced Video Ambush for Mac OS X
“Video Ambush, unlike most of the other converters, uses the official Apple, Avid, Black magic and other codecs built exclusevely for QuickTime to allow importing and keep the full compatibility with Mac OS standard – iMovie, iTunes, QuickTime – and Pro video applications like Final Cut Pro, and to avoid compatibility issues and retain best possible video quality thanks to great QuickTime technology,” commented Tosha Serbian, Main Developer of Video Ambush.
* All Mac native Apple QuickTime standard and PRO formats output
* Web video output /YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo etc.
* All iPhone, iPad and Apple TV output available with auto-importing to iTunes and metadata tagging
* H.264, MP4, DivX, MKV, x264, MPEG2, DVD and HD DVD output
* Make and author DVD’s with stylish DVD themes
* Lot of essential video and audio tools
* Built-in media player
* Requirements: Intel Mac, Mac OSX 10.6 or later, 25$ shareware
Do you shoot multiple videos on any given day? Video Ambush wants them all. Put the clips in one folder, then load all the clips at once, click start, and walk away. It’s that simple. You’ve got other things to do. Video Ambush frees up the time to do it.
The app is available world-wide, on the Video Ambush Kagi store. Please visit Video Ambush online for more information, including tutorials and screenshots of the app. If you would like further information on Video Ambush, full version of the app for testing and reviewing, or you would like to schedule an interview, please do not hesitate to contact Tosha.