TOKYO (MacHouse) – The latest release of a Mac software title from MacHouse is called mBrowser. It’s a file organizer that lets you create albums to store movie files and catalogue them with their screenshots. Users can open, launch, locate and trash imported movies with ease. Simply, create a movie album and then drag and drop a movie file, one at a time onto the drop box.
With Auto shot on, mBrowser will automatically take a screenshot of the movie you’ve dragged and dropped onto the movie drop box. Then click on Launch to open the selected movie with a default application set by the system or click on Play to watch the selected movie directly through mBrowser’s own movie player.
mBrowser is currently available as a freeware title possibly for a limited time only. It’s in Universal Binary, and should run on both PowerPC-based and Intel-based Macs.
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mBrowser is a product of MacHouse.