by macroplant.com Adapter – the ultimate converter app for Mac and PC An all-powerful video, audio and image file converter that can convert to and from any file format. Adapter makes individual or batch file conversion a breeze no matter what you’re trying to convert. Preview Your Conversion Adapter integrates two VLC players side-by-side giving you the […]Read more "Adapter Freely Converts Video, Audio and Images"
by easeus.com Applies To: iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air, and iPad mini; MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, and iMac Pro As you know, it’s no doubt that you can transfer files from Mac to your iPad without the help of third-party software, because the iTunes installed on your Mac enables you to do it. However, […]Read more "How to Transfer Files from Mac to iPad (etc-) with/without iTunes for Free"
May 5, 2014 by Marc M. Batschkus via iTunes Data Management Backup & Archive for Media Professionals This book is available for free download with iBooks on your Mac or iPad, and with iTunes on your computer. Multi-touch books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iPad. Books with interactive features may work […]Read more "FREE: How to protect valuable video data in all stages of the workflow"
May 5, 2012 By Serenity Caldwell, Macworld.com Back when I had a morning commute, I would often pop in some earbuds before hopping on the bus and rock out to one of the many tunes on my iPhone as we rode through Chinatown. The problem, of course, came when I reached my desk mid-song: Did […]Read more "Seamless transitions your music from Mac to iOS effortlessly"
March 31, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn, Macworld.com The recently released iTunes 10.6 has plenty of notable new features, including support for 1080p video and some tweaks to iTunes Match. But many music lovers will appreciate one new feature in particular: In the past, you could automatically convert songs with a high bit-rate to a more […]Read more "Auto-convert songs at higher bit-rates in iTunes 10.6"
March 28, 2012 by Kirk McElhearn, Macworld.com [Ask the iTunes Guy is a regular column in which we answer your questions on everything iTunes related. If there’s something you’d like to know, send an email to the iTunes Guy for consideration.] Complete Coverage Tagging files in your iTunes library—entering the correct information regarding artists, albums, […]Read more "Ask the iTunes Guy: Album Art and Tagging"
November 14, 2010 by Richard Harrington, RHED Pixel Seems like we’re often being handed MP3 files to use in our video projects. It might be a sound effect or an audio track we’ve got the rights to use. The problem is that the MP3 format is not very good for video editing (wrong sample […]Read more "Converting MP3 Audio for Video Editing"
September 15, 2010 by Whitson Gordon, Macworld.com iTunes 10 saves some screen space by making the title bar smaller and arranging the close, minimize, and maximize buttons vertically instead of horizontally. Some iTunes users appreciate this arrangement, but others seem to hate it. If you’re among the latter, an anonymous MacOSXHints reader knows how to […]Read more "Restore the old iTunes interface"
May 2, 2010 Posted in M&E Daily, M&E Exclusive Streaming music service Lala, acquired by Apple in December, told users this morning that it will shut down on May 31, issuing iTunes Store credit to those who have purchased 10-cent streaming “web songs” on the site. The news has tech blogs abuzz with speculation that […]Read more "Apple Shutting Down Lala; Cloud-Based iTunes Still Up In The Air"
March 9, 2010 by Ted Landau, Macworld.com As your iTunes Library continues to grow, the time may come when it outgrows the available space left on your hard drive. When that happens, a common solution is to move your library to another (larger or more empty) drive. Doing this is not difficult. However, as iTunes […]Read more "Bugs & Fixes: Avoid trouble when moving your iTunes library"