by speed-up-mac.com How much do you know about your Mac? It depends on why you are using your computer. If you are not a computer geek, perhaps you don’t know much about your hard drive storage. But over time, after daily using the Mac, you may face the problem when “Your disk is almost full”. […]Read more "What are the best disk space analyzers?"
by MacUpdate and The Omni Group OmniDiskSweeper is really great at what it does: showing you the files on your drive, in descending order by size, and letting you delete them easily! It scans your disks as quickly as possible and shows you the facts – if a file doesn’t make the cut to stay, just […]Read more "OmniDiskSweeper: the Simplest (and Free) Disk Analyzer for Mac"
by Lindsey Hazel How can I record my mac screen with audio for free? In this video, we share how to screen record with audio on a mac, using the native app in OS Catalina and a few more tricks for mac screencasting. Watch other videos in Lindsey Hazel‘s Online Teaching series here: https://bit.ly/OnlineTeachingTips how […]Read more "How to Screen Record with Audio on Mac"
by CommandPost CommandPost is a free and open source native macOS application that acts as a bridge between control surfaces, and software that doesn’t natively support control surfaces, such as Apple’s Final Cut Pro X and Adobe After Effects. It’s used by filmmakers, scientists and just general macOS fans all over the world to seriously speed up mundane tasks through powerful […]Read more "CommandPost: Hundreds of Shortcuts and Features for Final Cut Pro & More"
by Larry Jordan – LarryJordan.com Image Capture is fast, secure, flexible… and free! In Larry Jordan’s weekly newsletter, he illustrated a process to quickly and securely transfer photos or video from an iPhone to a Mac using Image Capture. While many of us use AirDrop, Apple’s free utility, Image Capture, provides the following benefits: Faster file transfers due […]Read more "How To: Quickly Transfer iPhone Media"
by Peter Wiggins, fcp.co Do you have spare computer power now that we are in lock-down? Your processing power can be used to fight COVID-19. Please read and then share this message. First off all, hats-off to our friend Tim Rahman at NEP for letting us know about this very worthwhile use of his group’s ‘furloughed’ […]Read more "Fight COVID-19 with the Spare Computing Power of Your Mac"
By David Nield Since its launch in 2007, Dropbox has become one of the most popular platforms for fast and efficient file syncing between computers and the cloud. You can use it to keep files up-to-date across multiple computers, collaborate with other people, and back up your most important information. But are you really using Dropbox to its full potential? […]Read more "Essential Dropbox Tools You Might be Missing"
by Dick Osso Blu-ray burning on the Mac has been a challenge since Blu-ray Discs were first introduced. Still, many of us need to burn DVDs and Blu-ray Discs for our clients – but it is increasingly difficult. Especially Blu-ray, where an apparent bug in Final Cut Pro X causes burns to fail on a […]Read more "FINALLY! Burn Blu-Ray Discs Using Final Cut Pro X"
by Data Doctors The ability to remotely access your computer has been around for a long time, but most of the options that used to be free are now charging to use their tools. There is still a free option that’s more than enough for most people and it’s from Google. There’s a plugin called […]Read more "A Completely Free Remote Tool You Likely Already Have!"
by Larry Jordan TheInsideTips now supports viewer-contributed tips! Here’s the link. For years, I’ve wanted to create a place people could go to share their favorite tips, shortcuts and workarounds. There’s lots of forums, but none to devoted just to tips. We created it. Now, we made it possible for you to contribute tips, too!Here’s the link: www.theinsidetips.com/contributors/ To […]Read more "‘The Inside Tips’ Now Supports Your Viewer-Contributed Tips"