It extracts movie information such as video encoding, audio encoding and metadata tags. You can save the file in multiple format as txt, rtf, xml, json and plist.
It captures movie frames selected at regular time intervals. Moreover, the output filename is totally customizable to allow you to extract thousands of images automatically.
It builds an informative preview image of the movie. The image is saved as png and it includes information about the video and a grid of extracted images.
It produces a time lapse saved as a m4v file or as a gif file from images automatically extracted. You can select a number of frames or a time interval in seconds.
It generates printable flipbook from movie files. You can choose the number of frames, the number of pages and the binding position.
It converts movie to other format from a list of presets. You don't need to be an encoding expert, just choose the quality of the file and a format and that's it.
It reads and edits metadata tags of mp4 and m4v files. In addition, the app can fetch data from TMDb.org to automatically complete the tags.
VideoToolbox has just been launched. The app is designed to evolve and incorporate new tools in future updates. So be patient and enjoy.
VideoToolbox user review