* Fixed bug in timing display that would incorrectly round the elapsed time.
* Fixed bug that prevented TouchBar support in certain versions of macOS.
* Improved compatibility with macOS 10.14
Ratings and Reviews
Great But WYSIWYG
Very helpful at a handful of editing/tweaking/media cleaning tasks, and a nicely-scalable interface.
Only complaint: I've been waiting 2 years for the addition of custom default export settings with no luck. Not the end of the world, but having to manually reset multiple settings every time I export does add up to a non-zero amount of frustration.
Hopfully 2019 is the year!
It's my go-to video swiss army knife.
I've been using VideoLoupe almost daily for over a year (I bought it from developers site when it wasn't on the Mac App store). It's been a critical tool to my daily workflow both as a Pro video editor & also just as a Mac user that needs to view/scan/mark/export portions of videos or stills from videos (but to be clear it does WAY more than just those, that's just what my workflow most often requires). It's a super handy & lightweight tool to do a TON of tasks with video clips without having to go into a heavy app like Fina Cut or a mess like QuickTime X. For me, Videoloupe started to fill the void that Apple left behind when they let Quicktime 7 Pro die. Videoloupe hasn't covered ALL the things QT7 did so your mileage may vary depending on what you need, but it covers enough low hanging fruit to warrant taking a close look if you work with video clips. It's hard to explain how much it does because it's really a Swiss army knife and it's features are extensive. I love that the developer has given the user a bunch of tools & controls without oversimplifying to the point of uselessness, even if it takes a little exploring on the users part at times. I use only a portion of Videoloupes options and it's well worth the price to me. If you're an editor - it's a no brainer to give it a try. If you're a more moderate Mac user take a look too but know that there's a slight bit of a learning curve (but seriously don't let that scare you - the developer has a free trial on their website).
Needed a video viewer for types that QuickView ignores. This isn't it.
Developer Response ,
Videoloupe is a native macOS app that is built on top of Apple's media libraries. It doesn't claim to support third-party formats that macOS doesn't natively support. This is stated on Videoloupe's website. For those curious, there's also a free, fully-functional demo version you can download before making a purchase to see if Videoloupe (and macOS) supports your videos.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.