Browsing throughout a large collection of movies and pictures may prove to be a daunting task. Small but efficient software applications, like Videonizer, can give you a hand when it comes to organizing and give ratings to your videos and images.
The layout is a clean and quite intuitive, so you can easily get an idea on how to configure the dedicated parameters.
Videonizer offers support for a wide range of file formats: AVI, WMV, MPG, MKV, MP4, FLV, MOV, RM, ASF, 3GP, VOB, MPV, DIVX, MXF, SWF, BMP, JPG, PNG, and others. Plus, you can add the content of an entire folder to the list containing either video items or photos.
The program gives you the possibility to rate items, perform search operations, sort files in an alphabetical order or by date, and filter items by videos, images, genres, actors, or sites.
What’s more, you are allowed to assign to each movie a genre, actors, and URLs, play the selected clip with an external media player, as well as import data about the genres, actors, and links from XML file format.
Videonizer features a master password built specifically for helping you encrypt your information, so others users cannot access, modify, or uninstall the tool.
Last but not least, you can make the app prevent file duplication, view the images in a full screen mode, insert custom comments, save the current database to DB3 file format, use hotkeys for a better control over the entire process, and view a summary about the total number of items, pictures, and videos added to the database.
During our testing we have noticed that Videonizer carries out a task quickly and without errors. It is quite friendly with system resources, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected.
All in all, Videonizer offers a handy set of parameters for helping you manage a collection of videos and images.