Consult a website with various video collections, download catalogs and easily explore them with this app that also has a built-in web browser.
- MyVideoIndex Viewer
- License :Trial
- OS:Windows All
MyVideoIndex Viewer Description
If you’re looking for a simple way to keep track of video collections, such as movie trailers, tutorials and others, you can turn to MyVideoIndex Viewer. This software application gives you the possibility to consult an online catalog of predefined video collection, watch movies and use a built-in web browser.
Consult an online video catalog of various collections
During installation, the tool offers to get integrated into the Windows autorun sequence, in order to start automatically every time you turn on the computer. However, this can be disabled and the option can be later changed from the settings panel.
The main app window is large and split into two panes dedicated to the web browser and video organizer. By default, it loads the YouTube homepage at startup, so you can check out online clips, log in with your YouTube account, as well as navigate to any online page, even it’s not a video hosting website.
Download and view video catalogs
There are several video catalogs already listed, in order to give you an idea of how MyVideoIndex Viewer works. Additional ones can be downloaded from the developer’s website and imported into this app. You can check out the catalog name, identifier, creation and last modification date, as well as sort the catalogs by these criteria.
Catalogs can be opened from the right-click menu, where you can view the video index provided by the developer, expand the tree view to get a good look of all categories, and double-click any entry to view the associated YouTube video. A local search function is available for your index.
The downside to this program is that it’s not designed to allow end users to create their own video collections. At most, you can send suggestions to the developer and hope for the best. Other than that, MyVideoIndex Viewer has a good concept when it comes to various video catalogs.