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MovieShop Browser Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — MovieShop Browser

Makes movie browsing possible and very easy. It is also a video converter, and a thumb maker. Make Thumb of any frame.
$75 EXPIRED
User rating: 389 (39%) 614 (61%) 75 comments

MovieShop Browser was available as a giveaway on January 25, 2009!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$49.90
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Turn emails into more shareable documents and convert them!

MovieShop Browser is a professional but easy-to-use video manager. It browses movie files, like ACDSee does to photos. It is also a FRAME ACCURATE video Converter, Thumb Maker, supporting all popular formats. Especially, it Edit movies FRAME ACCURATELY, thoroughly, smoothly, and quickly.!

System Requirements:

Windows2000,WinXP,Windows2003,Windows Vista Starter

Publisher:

FameRing Co. Ltd

Homepage:

http://www.fame-ring.com/products.html

File Size:

25 MB

Price:

$75

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seems it has a new version.

can I just download new version and re-install then use it free?

any one konws? I use it as a image capture.

Reply   |   Comment by morediscovery  –  6 years ago
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Did anyone try the quit key on the the keybord to shut the windows on the program

Reply   |   Comment by Bob  –  7 years ago
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Can't realy comment on this program, It crashes on my Windows Vista Ultimate

Reply   |   Comment by jessica  –  7 years ago
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dunno if the converter is worth it- so many to choose from, and splitting with the doiteasier.org app appears quite adequate. and they give out the same reg code to all, nice.

making title snapshots, now that could be handy to pair with the converter box

Reply   |   Comment by goodgotd  –  7 years ago
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Now it's really not appropriate to bash the country of origin, but I will say something about China.

Most all Chinese products produced are of inferior quality as they have no quality control over there. How many times on the news lately have you seen recalls of inferior or potentially dangerous Chinese products

I know this for a fact as I once owned a wholesale/retail craft parts store which included a line gifts as well. the quality of these products from China were definitely of inferior quality

Funny, on their website under News, it states the following:

May 27, 2008
MovieShop Suite(Browser + Framer), Cross-Platform Open source Video Manager has been released.

Mar 25, 2008
MovieShop Framer, Cross-Platform Open source Video Processor has been released.

Feb 18, 2008
MovieShop Browser, Cross-Platform Open source Video Browser has been released.

Last time I checked open source software was free.

It also adds a context menu entry "Open with MovieShop". Try right-clicking on your desktop icons such as Computer, Network,your user folder, and even Control Panel

This really wants me to put back my version of Visual Basic and write a crappy piece of software, then join the regnow affiliate program and I might become rich.

But I'm not that type of person who rips people off with clones of other manufacturer's programs.

In conclusion, comparing this program to ACDSee is like comparing a $643,330 2003 Ferrari Enzo Coupe to a Ford Pinto

Reply   |   Comment by reghacker  –  7 years ago
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Actually there are exit buttons on this thing, you just have to try to find the edges and then shrink the program down and there they are .
The problem is that it shows up beyond fullscreen so everyone is thinking theres no X to close but its there. The downside is that even after you resize to what you want and close when you open it again you gotta find the edges again. Hint: work around the top right corner to find the edge.

Reply   |   Comment by anon5150  –  7 years ago
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actually it is not that great as people mentioned, lame unpleasing interface, I would think it would be able to browse network drives (unless you map them), Book marks to save you locations , crashes.
uninstalling right now

Reply   |   Comment by koji  –  7 years ago
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looking at the source code of their contact page shows reminants of a different domain name, two URL's found there are http://www.effectmatrix.com/forum and mailto:webmaster@effectmatrix.com effectsmatrix.com are another company making video manipulation tools and the domain is registered in china

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  7 years ago
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Downloaded and installed with no problems, used the browser to view the movie image and yes if the first frame is blank you see a black screen. Also I did a conversion clip that I tested but it will stop dead in its tracks if you want to exit before a conversion is done. Only way to exit is control-alt-delete to end program. Buggy - yes- I don't like a program that was not fully developed.

Reply   |   Comment by JayBee  –  7 years ago
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FYI, those concerned about who the developers are etc their domain fame-ring.com was created only 2 and a half weeks ago
on 2009-01-07 with no published history or address...
No thanks, it is new enough to have been created on the free webhosting company just for this GAOTD giveaway and have new enough binaries to contain literally anything since there's been insufficient time for any anti-malware company to examine the files to determne if they are new trojans or anything else undesirable.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  7 years ago
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Sorry, I tried. Wasted my time trying. I thought the program can make thumbnails of my video files so that I can see which video file to open from my Windows Explorer. But just does not know how it does it or whether it does it at all.

Sorry, will un-install it. I can use Format Factory if I have to convert files.

Reply   |   Comment by Lu Hulu  –  7 years ago
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further to my comments #30, I found out how to open files in the 'Framer' module, you need to use the 'EJECT' icon!!! Once you one a file, clicking the ADD button just seems to replicate the original OPEN file! It still didn't Crash under WIn7 Beta!!! The other was to Open files is to use the main Suite launcher and select the Framer icon! There is a quite noce FAC file manager but for some reason it only seems to launch from certain functions, otherwise all you get is a primative drive letter list, no partition labels! Which is a pain as I have several OSes on my PC and the partitions get different enumeration dependant on the particular OS.
With a little work this could be a very useful product, for those of us that like to 'tinker' with video clips!

Reply   |   Comment by ebax  –  7 years ago
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I was soooo excited with the ACDSee comparison, I thought GOAD had finally gave us a quality program, but..........

Comparing this piece of software to ACDSee is absolutely ridiculous. Who put up that statement anyway? I sure hope they had permission to do so.

I first opened up Movie Browser and was totally disgusted with the interface, especially the font. Where is the options menu....Non-existant.

I then brought up MovieShop Framer, where the interface looked much better. Then I made the mistake of clicking on a button (I believe it was the Camera button) and it brought up a dialog box that has a link to their homepage, with 4 blank boxes below it. Visit the homepage and try clicking on the Technical Support link on the Contact Us page

http://www.fame-ring.com/forum

404 Error, am I surprised...No

Also has a button titled giveawayoftheday version. Clicking on that does nothing.

Under that is a button titled Load Sub Font File. Clicking on that brings you to a single location with the arial.ttf font displayed and a ? in the preview box. There are several tiny lines above the directory that are actually links to other locations. Since I install all my 3rd party apps to my E: drive, I couldn't even access the Windows\fonts folder.

Then I clicked on Show Display Adapter. Now I'm totally stuck with this dialog box (with absolutely no way to close it.) I can't even work with the program. When I try to click any button. It just fails to function. I had to do an Alt-Ctr-Del and end task to get out of the program

This program is a great example of poor development at its finest.

Stay away from this program as you would stay away from someone who has the plague

100 thumbs down, I hope the counter reflects this

Reply   |   Comment by reghacker  –  7 years ago
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Another way to close those pesky "sub windows" is "Alt - F4". hope this helps.

Reply   |   Comment by eken  –  7 years ago
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@Celt42-Comment #45. Good point, but....

Just how much are they going to make off of a free program(grin)?

pgf

Reply   |   Comment by pgf_666  –  7 years ago
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This is a complete solution to your video editing needs. Works as promised, does what promised. If this is Chinese origin,the better - I respect Chinese products more than Western. Thanks Gaotd! Thumbs up.

Reply   |   Comment by seijuska  –  7 years ago
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# 18 Jen. How can I get Windows 7. I am in market to purchase a new laptop. Should I wait for the windows 7 release.

Please Advise:

Reply   |   Comment by Kashif  –  7 years ago
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I'm loving it so far. Installed slowly with little output from the Progress Bar, but without any problems (XP Pro SP3).

I only tested the Converter, 'cos that's all I wanted. Here's the results of a short test.

Converted 398MB .m2ts to 33KB .avi in 11:32 with preview screen on (cool, but it slows it down a little). The Progress Box (which does require the Escape button to close when the conversion's complete unless you check the "Close when complete" box) contains lots of accurate info, including Speed = .33x real time.

Converted a batch of 3 .m2ts files to .avi files with the Preview screen turned off (369MB > 30MB in 9:11, 329MB > 27MB in 8:03 and 232MB > 19MB in 5:58) for a total of 930MB to 78MB in 23:12, Speed = .37x real time. That's within a second or 2 of what the program said it would take when it first started the batch, and I started task mgr. part-way thru to see what it was using (98% CPU). All output files play fine, sound synced properly etc.

The Help is there, it's well written with very little ESL, with screenshots and clear instructions, and even some cool tips on how to make it run faster.

Coupla things on my Wish List. Obviously it'd be nice if all the boxes came with a "Close" button, but no biggie - the Esc button's handy.

When adding files to the batch list, you have to do it 1 at a time. Be better if you could select multiple files with the Control key.

You can resize the "Batch List" box so that long paths are visible, but not the "Input File" box or the "Converting" box, so it's a bit hard to know exactly what's going on at a given point, specially if your files are all named with the date and time they were recorded. All the file names from a given day are the same except the last 4 digits, which get chopped off by the box being too small, and you can't scroll or pan within the box, but it processes the batch in sequence correctly, and the Progress box provides clear and accurate info so, again, no biggie.

This one's a keeper. It's going to replace the previously given away (and terribly slow and unpredictable) Total Video Converter.

Thumbs up, and thanks, GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by giv_meabreak  –  7 years ago
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OK....HERE'S HOW TO MAKE THIS MOVIESHOP BROWSER WORK IN WINDOWS 7
PAY ATTENTION....AFTER INSTALLATION GO TO PROPERTIES AN RUN AS VISTA.....PIN IT TO THE TASKBAR...NOW START BROWSER....LOAD FROM A DIRECTORY.....NOW CHOOSE AN FLV TO CONVERT....AFTER THE FILE IS CONVERTED...THE BROWSER LOCKS UP...NOW CLICK ON WINDOWS START ON YOUR KEYBOARD....RIGHT CLICK THE MOVIESHOP ICON AND CHOOSE MOVIESHOP BROWSER...THIS WILL RESET THE BROWSER....IF YOU'LL USE A 2 PANE FILE MANAGER...YOU CAN MOVE OR REMOVE UN NEEDED FLV FILES..ITS ALMOST MANAGABLE.

Reply   |   Comment by harmonator  –  7 years ago
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#36, CY: Mind your own business!! You are spending to much time in mine & many others. Grow up and keep your sarcasm to yourself. This is no place to knock what the next guy uses or prefers.

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seems to run OK on XP SP3 - but it seems like an alpha release from a piss-poor programmer. The browser facility doesn't allow for simple housekeeping eg - drag a movie from the current folder to another.
Not a keeper!

Reply   |   Comment by PeteH  –  7 years ago
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A very bad app. Crashes, freezes, etc. Hard to uninstall too.

Reply   |   Comment by hermon  –  7 years ago
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Well, might be a nice program. Have NO idea, since Windoze Installer decides when it wants to work so a program can be installed.......


Scott

Reply   |   Comment by DScottHewitt  –  7 years ago
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i cant load videos into the program with the add button; but for a program that does nothing, it looks very nice! a teaser for sure, like the john lennon song imagine.

Reply   |   Comment by george ducas  –  7 years ago
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this browser will convert aol music videos to mpeg then locks up....this is in window7....nice convert though

Reply   |   Comment by harmonator  –  7 years ago
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Seems to install and run OK on my Vista Ultimate X64.

AMD X2 5200+ X64
8 gig ram
as usual install as administrator

#36 - thanks for the advice on how I should spend my money - you have a problem with Vista - then don't use it - let those of us who choose to live in the present do so.

Reply   |   Comment by Tastiger  –  7 years ago
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#45...hmmmmmmm isn't that the same thing Microsoft does? You running Windows?

Reply   |   Comment by Bubba_in_NV  –  7 years ago
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Installed just fine on Windows 7, and my first attempt at a conversion rendered a mov file over to flv, which worked, but like a lot of other comments, it got stuck after it was finished, and I had to hit the task manager to get out of it. But other than that, seems to function okay.

Reply   |   Comment by sherwood01  –  7 years ago
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To #6 (Bob): I like GAOTD equally for the software and the comments. Thanks for your tip today on Easy Video Splitter. Just what I was looking for! Fully-functional, with the registration instructions and key displayed on the web site. Works great! Only thing missing was a dll which I got off the web, no problem. Better than Windows Movie Maker, which frequently messes up this kind of action. Easy Video Splitter is a nice one-trick pony. Thanks again.

Reply   |   Comment by Altec Lansing  –  7 years ago
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reasonable program, non-standerd user interface.
glossery in the helpfile is copied from rhozet carbon coder? They did not remove the original product name.

Reply   |   Comment by wiem  –  7 years ago
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I appreciate your comments, watcher13 (#33). No, I don't believe that the company or its products are being used in some way to spy upon us. My concern is with the wider picture.

It's by no means certain that this is a Chinese company, but let's say it is.

The products sold by Chinese companies to the likes of us in the West boost China's foreign earnings, helping to make it more prosperous, thus allowing the communist state to spend much more on increasing and equipping its armed forces, which in turn makes it all the more easier to keep its people enslaved, dominate nearby nations and continue its brutal occupation of tiny Tibet.

Reply   |   Comment by Celt42  –  7 years ago
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Intresting... Under requirements it mentions Windows Vista Starter. Is that the minimum system requirements? Does it work with other Vista editions?

Reply   |   Comment by CRD88  –  7 years ago
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Installed, tested, and removed.

Must be a beginner programmer?

Reply   |   Comment by Svend Östergaard  –  7 years ago
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With apologies to all if this is too far off topic... And of course Totally FWIW...

Celt42 (#10) commented on not wanting to try today's GOTD offer based on several factors, including: "I don’t like supporting dictatorships". Watcher13 (#33) disagreed with that sentiment.

Personally I think we each should act according to our conscience, at whatever level we're both comfortable with and capable of. Some of the worst things in history happened tragically while others just looked on, so I think it admirable when someone bases their actions on their personal morals. At the same time I think we're all smart enough to think things through, & make a realistic judgment about the effects of our actions down the road... a knee-jerk response that isn't thought out, while it makes us feel good about ourselves, often has the opposite effect of what we intended.

I hope that no one ever feels pressured to change or remain silent when it comes to their views on supporting things like software from a country (or countries) they disagree with. Just as strongly I hope that that sort of decision is always well thought out, and so worthy of the respect that I'm sure everyone here gives everyone else who takes the time to comment.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago
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works fine for a time and then crashes hard, again and again. this is on xp media edition. I have now removed it as faulty!

Reply   |   Comment by Ande  –  7 years ago
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I really like this software suite,I have a lot of home and pro movies that I need to work with and I just used the converter.It works faster and much more effective than Apex or NCH.

Reply   |   Comment by thor101370  –  7 years ago
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agree with #1. seems like everyone is making an application from free video libraries and charging $50 for it. I'd guess this company is made up of one guy with cheap web hosting from freemonster.com and a beginners book on how to write software.

Reply   |   Comment by hrbud  –  7 years ago
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After reading the earlier comments, I gave this a try simply because of GOTD's rep -- while some of the apps they offer aren't top of class, overall they've been pretty decent. IMHO I shouldn't have bothered...

The best thing I can say about MovieShop Browser is that it doesn't change much of anything in the registry, though what it did change is to me, unpardonable... It changed my default font in XP SP3 from Ariel in the Windows\Fonts folder to an older version in it's own, program folder.

Otherwise MovieShop Browser appears to be a front end (GUI) for other, readily available programs, though most seem not that well known. As a GUI, it's pretty much at the old DOS level (pre-Windows), rather than anything I've ever seen going back to Win 3.1... While now ancient, Win 3.1 introduced the concept of multiple, sizable Windows to the IBM-type PC, & I haven't seen *anything* run in Windows that didn't fit that model ever since -- til now that is.

For those having problems running the program, assuming you have a reason to want to, it's possible you already have some of the codecs this program uses installed -- MovieShop Browser doesn't register the codecs that are included, so it might be trying to use your (newer?) versions instead, and running into compatibility problems. Google on the individual programs (.exe files) in the program's folder, & you'll also get a few hits re: crashes, though as mentioned they're not that well known so you won't find a lot of relevant info.

In case it comes in handy for those un-installing this program, revo uninstaller does a pretty fair job, but if you want to double check, installation puts files/folders in your Windows\Downloaded Installations & Windows\Installer folders. It also adds a folder to Application Data\Microsoft\Installer under your profiles name in Documents and Settings. If you didn't back up your registry beforehand, you'll probably want to take a look at your installed fonts as well, whether you use a Font Mgr or simply visit the Windows\Fonts folder (which should install every font contained in that folder).

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  7 years ago
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A good begining of a program so I do hope they continue with it so it can actually be of use to us. It looks like a very old program adapted to modern systems without any real improvements.

Reply   |   Comment by Kelly  –  7 years ago
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Why on earth are you people using Vista?? Spend the money, get the downgrade, stay with XP. Gheesh. Then maybe.. MAYBE Microsoft will learn a lesson?

Reply   |   Comment by CY  –  7 years ago
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This began to look promising, however, the developer needs to add a link to the windows task manager so that the user can close several of the windows. Of course that terminates the program, which isn't a bad idea anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by a different Bob  –  7 years ago
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Xpsp3- Installed and registered with no problems..
Crashed as soon as I opened it, had to use task manager to end..
Uninstalled with a quickness.....thumbs down..

Reply   |   Comment by Brad  –  7 years ago
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#10 Celt 42, you make a lot of good points and I appreciate them. As far as supporting dictatorships, it may not be as bad as you say. I hope we don't get to the point of starving everyone unfortunate enough to live in a dictatorship. Poverty, unfortunately, doesn't always cause the people to overthrow their governments. And sometimes when they do, one dictatorship just replaces another. So, it's a tough problem. I can more see people being suspicious about spying from dictatorships. But, almost all of the time, these little developers are too small for their governments to spend time harassing. And most of us are too small for these governments to want to spy on. I have no critical personal information on my computer, for example. I am conscious of my machine being turned into a zombie, and am pretty sure it hasn't been. If the Chinese or Russians were bugging all the software that came from there, it would have been exposed a long time ago. I know your intentions are good, but I think you're worrying too much. I agree, though, I like to know where the software is coming from.

On today's software, it's becoming more clear that this coding doesn't work for all hardware. That would explain running on some identical Vista's and not others. After all, many Vista's run on newer hardware, which might explain some of the glitches. FameRing may need to catch up a little, or try a virtual framework. It's natural to think it's always about the OS, but we had a game giveaway yesterday where the problems were clearly in interfacing with the hardware. Though Vista might aggravate that. Updating your drivers may help, but it's only 50-50 that the correction needs to be on the side of the people having problems.

Reply   |   Comment by watcher13  –  7 years ago
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To close those windows that wont close - HIT ESC.

Works for me anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Terry  –  7 years ago
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"I don't think so Tim"

Reply   |   Comment by Phil  –  7 years ago
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Installs and runs under Win7 Beta x64 but interface is very primative.
#9, if you are serious, you can make desktop wallpaper! #12 you need to use the [esc] key to exit dialog windows. I found this out because I was converting a video and pressed [Win][Esc] to get to taskbar and it exited the conversion! The file browser is very primative and the program doesn't automatically add the file extension, even though it shows file type! There is no HELP available when pressing F1 but the program does seem to produce good output in the Browser. I was not able to figure out how to load an INPUT file into the 'Framer', so couldn't test it. On my core-2 it was rendering at 2.3- 2.5 times realtime rate using 60%CPU when I turned off 'preview' rate went up to 3.4-3.6 times realtime rate and CPU went up to 70-80%. Does not really support multitasking, since it intercepts all [win] keystrokes so you can't toggle apps without ending the current task. No really good programming!! With some work on the interface, it could be a very useful App! But Thumbs down for now!!

Reply   |   Comment by ebax  –  7 years ago
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This is for James(comment #2) that's a standard Windows error, all it's saying is that those are the error reports, not what the problem is..typically when you get that, it means something blocked the install, or there was a corruption of the file you downloaded. Check your virus scanner or firewall, best thing to do is to turn them off when installing programs. They have a tendency to stop programs or apps from installing correctly. Again, the error you got doesn't say why it had a problem, the files fac.exe.mdmp and appcompat.txt are the files you send to Microsoft for the error reporting service. I did download the app, haven't played with it yet, but it seems pretty interesting and useful for those of us who do video editing and have quite a few video and movie files. As for #5, pay closer attention to what it's trying to tell you in the description, 1G of RAM is what's necessary for converting HD video files..for a site that's primarily for Tech Geeks, we seem to have quite a few people who don't really know what they are doing or talking about..

Reply   |   Comment by Jim  –  7 years ago
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Crash upon crash upon crash. Vista Home Premium, 32-bits, became sluggish, and could hardly reboot. MovieShop's normal asking price, $75, is a very bad joke!

Installed, tested, and removed.

Reply   |   Comment by Curt  –  7 years ago
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Well I installed the program on Vista Enterprise no problem on install. I tried to do what the program states it does, and it does do all of that. I think the product is overpriced for the development that appears to be put into it. I have written a simialar product for our internal use only, and it is complicated to write what they have done so far, but I feel it is no way near a relaese product. The interface needs to be worked on a bit more, and the help needs to be spruced up a bit. If your a novice and have time to tinker this may be a good clip editor for you, however there are other products on the market that are cheaper than 75 dollars that are much better.

In general I'd give this product a 6 out of 10 with possibility for improvement if they work on it more. This is not a keep for me, but thanks GiveawayOfTheDay for the service and professional download offered.

Deacon

Reply   |   Comment by Website-Answers  –  7 years ago
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First impressions. XP Pro sp3 32

Immediately this software loaded in full screen, which I find intrusive.
Couldn't find the minimize, maximize buttons.
Directory panel is ancient Windows 95 style.
When clicking on my 'D' drive to access my films in order to test this program my drive would not expand to reveal my films folder, tried the 'C' drive and all expanded. Not very consistent.

I don't really like to make abrasive comments but in this case I feel I have to. This software should never have been released, it certainly does not conform to Win 32 programming standards.

I cannot comment any further as I have removed this abomination of software from my system.

Sorry to be so abrupt but as a Windows developer I strongly felt the need to comment. Thumbs down I'm afraid.

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Hetris is an easy puzzle game like Tetris and 1010!How to play:1. Drop the hex to...
$2.99 ➞ free today
Suru for Android Giveaway
Suru is a vivid, high-resolution icon pack for Android to install and use with your...
$1.82 ➞ free today
Ultimate Skylanders Reference Giveaway
The ultimate guide to Skylanders Characters. Character Attributes, Stats, and Character...
$2.99 ➞ free today
Jewelion Giveaway
Go on a Match 3 Magical Adventure. Become an apprentice to a powerful Archon named...
$0.99 ➞ free today
QuikCoach V2 - Sports Analysis Giveaway
QuikCoach is a sports video analyses and planning application for Android tablets...
$4.96 ➞ free today