When you download videos, most of them are in flash(.flv) format. How would you manage hundreds or thousands of such videos? Downloading videos from YouTube, Vimeo, etc is now a piece-of-cake, I have made a folder specifically for downloaded videos. But showing a video to a friend or co-worker is sometimes frustrating because it is buried deep inside hundreds of other videos.
Videophile II is a free video organizer for Windows that lets you manage all downloaded videos. It will auto-create a video library and also create thumbnails for all added videos. What makes organizing fun is that you can tag the videos and later browse them with ease. All tags are listed on the left sidebar, clicking them will show similar tagged videos.
Apart from tagging, you can browse the videos by formats, ratings, and playlists. You can add AVI files, MPEG files, QuickTime files, Windows Media files, and many other video formats as shown in the screenshot below.
Note: Make sure all video codecs are properly installed on your system to view the videos. You can download ffdshow from here.
It works on Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Vista. Both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems are supported. Enjoy!