Remember doubleTwist, the media application that had originally been touted as a DRM-stripper for Windows that was then re-released publicly as a Mac-only universal media manager? Well, now it’s come back to Windows.
doubleTwist remains what is was in its latest incarnation: A really cool universal media manager. From first impressions, doubleTwist for Windows works exactly the same as its OS X counterpart. It can transcode virtually any piece of media so that it gels with whatever device you want to use it with, and you don’t have to know anything about file formats or transcoding media to accomplish it. Instead, you just drag and drop files to where you want to see them and let doubleTwist worry about what format they need to be in. For a closer look at how doubleTwist works and what it does, check out our previous post.
If you’ve been using doubleTwist for Mac since we posted about it (or you were in on the private beta of doubleTwist for Windows), let’s hear how you’ve liked it in the comments. doubleTwist is a free download, Windows and Mac OS X only.