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Video Monkey -> Version History

This is the version history page for Video Monkey, showing the last 20 software updates. You can return to the main page for this software by clicking here.


Version 0.17
  • Release Date: Feb 15, 2015
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    • Fixed a bug that TheTVDB no longer worked because VM was not sending the proper API key. Also added the ability to recognize file names with embedded season/episode number in 4 digit format (SSEE).
Version 0.8
  • Release Date: Apr 9, 2010
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  • Version 0.8 Released with better Metadata search
Version 0.7
  • Release Date: Apr 6, 2010
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  • Sorry it’s been so long since doing a release. This one is just a quick fix for the crash when trying to encode around 3 files. I’ve been able to successfully encode over 30 files, so I think the problem is gone. I hope to get on with some of the bugs and add support for XBox encoding and others.
Version 0.6
  • Release Date: Dec 18, 2009
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  • Please refer to this page for a full list of changes
Version 0.5
  • Release Date: Aug 27, 2009
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  • This release is mainly to support the upcoming Snow Leopard release. But it includes a couple of important bug fixes to make Video Monkey work better.
Version 0.4
  • Release Date: Jul 30, 2009
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  • Version 0.3 had a bad bug where it couldn’t write metadata. Thanks to all those who let me know. I have done a quick spin and now 0.4 has a fix. Please update and you should have the shiny new metadata features!
Version 0.3
  • Release Date: Jul 29, 2009
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  • I’m very excited to announce the release of version 0.3 of Video Monkey. If you’re already a Video Monkey user, you can open the app and then just select Check for Updates... from the Video Monkey menu. If not, just go to the downloads section. I’m now just zipping up the application rather than using an installer. Thanks to those who suggested it. So after the file downloads and unzips, just drag into your Applications folder (or wherever you’d like to keep it).

    This release adds lots of metadata handling. It shows you the metadata embedded in the input files, lets you add new metadata (either manually or by searching thetvdb or themoviedb). Then you can either write the metadata back to the input file or have it automatically added after the file is encoded.
Version 0.2

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