FireCore Releases Infuse 7.5 Media Player for iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV

FireCore has announced the release of Infuse 7.5 for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. This update brings access to over 250,000 movie and TV show trailers, a new Smart Groups feature, expanded Dolby Vision support, and more.

Play trailers for movies and shows
Video trailers have arrived! You can now access a massive catalog of over 250,000 movie and TV show trailers and stream them right in the app with a simple tap. Trailers are a great way to preview videos in your library for yourself or friends and family, so everyone can get a quick look at the movie to see if it’s in the right mood. Trailers are available to all current Pro subscribers at no additional cost.

Organize movies in smart groups
The new Smart Groups feature is a great way to group different versions of the same track in your library. This can be things like different resolutions (1080p, 4K, etc.), different releases (Director’s Cut, Theatrical Cut, etc.), videos spread across multiple files/discs (Part 1, Part 2, etc.). ), duplicates of the same file you have saved in different locations, or any combination of these that you happen to have. If there are multiple versions, Infuse will automatically add tags for each version – and you can add your own custom tags if you like.

Even more Dolby Vision
Dolby Vision comes in many different flavors, and today we’re adding enhanced support for Dolby Vision Profile 8. Profile 8 is a unique format as it contains both a Dolby Vision layer and an HDR layer. It was used by Apple for many of their screensaver videos, and now more of those videos can be played natively in Infuse in full Dolby Vision. By default, the best video playback option is automatically selected based on the video file and the device you’re using, and you can change how it works by customizing the Extended Dolby Vision option found under Infuse > Settings > Playback.

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Replay Core improvements
At Infuse, our main goal has always been to deliver outstanding picture and sound quality every time you press play, every single video. In this update, we’ve overhauled a large portion of the playback internals and modernized a number of areas so we can continue to deliver unparalleled playback performance and accuracy across all Apple platforms. These changes also include improved error correction for files that may be a bit shaky (due to encoding and/or mastering issues) so they now play beautifully – just as you would expect.

What’s new in this version:
– Play video trailers for movies and TV shows
– Group multiple copies of a movie using “Smart Groups”.
– Recognition of tags in filenames for cuts/parts
– Choose language of metadata when searching for movie/show titles
– Save files directly from Files app (iOS)

– Improved support for videos with Dolby Vision (Profile 8).
– Improved search times in the library
– Improved handling of HDR/DoVi videos with invalid timestamps
– Improved handling of yuv444p10le videos
– Improved playback of some HEVC RExt videos
– Many other internal player improvements
– Improved ProMotion full screen support (Mac)
– Many other internal player improvements (Mac)

– Fixed cast and crew indexing
– Fixed sorting the “By Rating” category on the home screen
– Fixed retrieving DoVi tags from Plex
– Fixed importing multiple files in a row from Files app (iOS, Mac).
– Fixed indexing status wrapping on library screen
– Fixes for playing RLE videos
– Fixed UPnP/DLNA related crash when discovering shares
– Fixed missing VoiceOver tags (Apple TV)
– Corrections for some DVD subtitles (VobSub).
– Fixed the setting for continuous playback of collections
– Fixed the appearance of the replay cache bar
– Other minor fixes and improvements

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You can download Infuse from the App Store at the link below.

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