Video Playlist Manager
iOS Universal Utilities
Video Playlist Manager for iPad, iPhone and iPod is a professionally designed, stand-alone video playback system for creating and editing multiple playlists directly on your iOS device. Playlists play in a continuous loop, and can be optionally password protected.
Clear controls for starting & stopping playback, skipping forward and back in a playlist, along with fullscreen support and the iPad’s famously long battery-life, combine to make this app part of an ideal solution for creating elegant, self-contained video displays at trade shows and other events. Simply prop up the iPad, hit play, and walk away.
It is a powerful advertising tool for professionals in many situations, including:
• as a self-contained display at a trade show or conference
• realtors can have a video playlist of their available homes playing on the welcome table, in their office or at an open house
• artists can display a video playlist of their work at a gallery, looping indefinitely
VPM also includes some unique branding features:
You can feature your logo floating in front of the video at whatever size and location you wish. Similarly, you can choose to display your logo or any other image in between each video.
Playback and management are easy and intuitive:
By default, videos are played in a continuous loop, and may be paused and restarted at any time. Clips may also be rearranged on the fly, with chosen videos skipped or played. Finally, you may also organize different groups of clips into separate playlists and save them independently.
You may assign a password to prevent the editing of an existing playlist, or even to prevent the launching of the app at all by an unauthorized person.
NOTE: this is not an app to organize existing movies in your iTunes library - Apple does not currently allow access to these files by third parties.
1) adds overscan controls for enlarging or reducing the size of the video on external displays
2) introduces a new Kiosk mode option (simplified UI that hides most management controls)
3) performance enhancements