by Ian Lunn Since the release of macOS Sierra, when in Finder, it is now possible to use the shortcut: CMD + SHIFT + . Press once to show hidden files and again to hide them. If you’re using a version earlier than macOS Sierra, see Show/Hide Hidden Files using Terminal Aliases to setup a […]Read more "The Quickest Way to Show/Hide Hidden Files"
by V Renée, nofilmschool.com As a filmmaker, knowing how to hide a lav on a subject is an absolute must. In many cases, having a boom operator follow your actors around with a mic is an excellent way to pick up dialogue, but if for some reason a boom won’t work (like, if you want to record […]Read more "4 Techniques for Hiding Lav Mics"
by Sean Berry Griffin Hammond shares his hidden microphone trick—how to place a mic blatantly in a locked-down shot, and use masking to hide it in Final Cut Pro X. Positioning microphones so that they aren’t in your shots while making sure they can capture quality audio can become highly frustrating. And it’s even more […]Read more "This Trick Will Keep Your Mic Hidden"
May 7, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn, Macworld.com I use Dropbox to sync files across my Macs, but also to collaborate with others using shared folders. One day, I discovered that the disk space on my MacBook Air had dropped substantially. I started poking around, looking for swap files and other usual suspects, but eventually found […]Read more "Delete Dropbox cache to recover drive space"