by Caleb Kingston If you’re like me and backup your mac using Time Machine, you may have tried dragging some older backup files into the trash only to discover when you try to empty the trash, you get this error… Some items in the Trash cannot be deleted because of System Integrity Protection. Although there […]Read more "Mac Trash Can’t Be Deleted? Here’s How to Fix It"
If you’ve encountered errors with your QuickTime Player lately, it might be time for a different Mac media player. Consider one with rave reviews, improved functionality, and excellent compatibility like the Eltima Player. QuickTime Player is a free media player that allows Mac users to play a variety of video files. However, it’s limited in the […]Read more "QuickTime Alternatives Worth Their Salt"
by Larry Jordan Apple announced that it is extending the free-trial period for Final Cut Pro X to 90 days. It is also, for the first time, offering a 90-day free-trial to Logic Pro X. While these trials directly benefit students and educators who are now learning from home, this also comes in response to offers […]Read more "Apple-Avid-Adobe: Working from Home"
by Michele Yamazaki, Toolfarm Maxon released Moves by Maxon for the Apple™ App Store recently. Moves by Maxon is a free iOS app for facial capture and full body motion capture. To clarify, it’s for recent iPhone and iPad models only. After the motion is captured with your camera, simply bring the data into Cinema 4D […]Read more "Freebie Friday: Introducing Moves by Maxon"
by Larry Jordan Create a Hold Frame: A Sneaky Tip to Extend Your Video Software: Apple FCP X Sometimes there are instances when you need a bit more video in your project but there are not enough handles on a particular clip to give you what you need. If the video is stationary at the […]Read more "Larry Jordan’s Tip of the Day"
BY BRAD OLSEN In 2011 Apple released Final Cut Pro X shocking millions of video editors. Apple ended Final Cut Pro (FCP7) as we knew it and started over with a brand new video editing application: Final Cut Pro X. The disruption from this change is still being felt by the film, television, and video industries […]Read more "‘Off The Tracks’ Aims to Clear the Air"
by Larry Jordan With the release of macOS Mojave (10.14), Apple is continuing its conversion to 64-bit applications that it first began many years ago. In the next major version of macOS afterMojave, this conversion will affect media which relies on older 32-bit codecs. We are all used to applications which may not be compatible with […]Read more "Don’t Lose Access to Older Media in macOS"
by Zach Epstein, BGR News If you find your own usage similar to mine and you can’t be bothered to figure out all the different configurations for different programs, there’s a new app that you should definitely check out because it’s actually very useful. It’s also wonderfully simple: It puts the macOS dock on your […]Read more "A FREE App that gives the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar a Reason to Exist"
by Charles Haine, nofilmschool Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You Users installing the newest refresh of Final Cut Pro might have seen a warning that their media won’t be supported in the future. Apple has put out a full support note giving more information and context to help filmmakers […]Read more "Why Apple is Dropping Cineform and DNx and How It Affects You"
by capitolmac.com The holidays are fast approaching and, as is my home, popular gift ideas include holiday cards, family photos, and calendars. Apple has discontinued its popular photo printing services that I’ve used for so many years, which enabled you to create and order physical prints, cards, calendars, and books from within Photos on the […]Read more "Apple Has Discontinued Its Photo Printing Services—Here Are 7 Alternatives"