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Infuse Means Never Having To Convert A Video File For Use On An iOS Device Again

Infuse Means Never Having To Convert A Video File For Use On An iOS Device Again

April 30, 2013
Infuse - The Beautiful Way to Watch Videos is out with a new update. Version 1.2.2 brings the app to the iPhone for the first time. First released in December, the app is the creation of FireCore, the group behind the popular aTV Flash software for jailbroken Apple TVs. The app allows video buffs to watch videos in as many as 14 formats on the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. These formats include: MP4, M4V, MOV, 3GP, ASF, AVI, DVR-MS, FLV, MKV, OGM, OGV, WebM, WMV, and WTV. The app also includes full support for Dolby Digital Plus (AC3 and E-AC3) audio. Infuse isn’t for everyone. In fact, if you're the type of person that only enjoys movies through iTunes, or streaming services such as Netflix, it might be best to look elsewhere. In fact, Infuse doesn't even support DRM-protected content purchased from the iTunes Store. Rather, Infuse is for those folks that have tons of video files sitting around on their computer, in Dropbox, or attached to emails, and want to watch them on their iOS device. To do so, users must attach and sync the files via iTunes on a Mac or PC. Full features include:
  • Optimized playback engine
  • Integrated Dolby® Digital Plus mobile surround sound
  • Quick, single-tap access to video info
  • Allows multiple audio tracks
  • Supports chapters
  • 3 zoom options (normal, crop and stretch)
  • Retina display ready
  • Poster art and video info auto-added
Take a look:

Infuse is available for $4.99 in the App Store.

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