BY BRENT DUNHAM, StudioBinder A great screenplay is worth millions (sometimes billions!) of dollars, so protect them through watermark PDFs! Are there simple steps to help increase the security of your script? YES! And they are readily available in StudioBinder. We’re going to show you how to create a watermark PDF of your script that also […]Read more "How To: Watermark Your Screenplays/Scripts"
August 5, 2014 by FCP.co Alex Snelling and 10 dot 1 have just published a new version of their PDF which details the many different workflow scenarios when using Final Cut Pro X. So how much has 10.1.2 changed things? We’re all very familiar with using Final Cut Pro X on a single machine, but […]Read more "FCPX in a Shared Environment – FREE PDF"
February 15, 2013 by Simpo Tech It’s really easy to combine PDF files on Mac OS X. Both Leopard and Snow Leopard have the ability to move pdf pages around and even merge two pdf files together. What’s more, the Preview is built right in all Mac OS X – you don’t even need a […]Read more "Tip: How to combine PDF files on a Mac?"
October 12, 2011 by VideoMaker.com The best way to get a steady shot with your camera is to use a tripod. Unfortunately, many beginning videographers forget this vital piece of equipment, because they’re paralyzed by questions. “I need the best tripod, so what brand should I buy? Should I buy a Gitzo? Or a […]Read more "Choose the Best Types of Lightweight Tripods for Cameras"
June 15, 2011 From Rosanne Cashriel, CNET Downloads ImagesFromPDF enables you to convert each page of a multipage PDF file into a separate image and then rename and make sequential the resulting images. Options are available to select image format, colour model, resolution and compression. Supported image formats include: PDF, BMP, GIF, JPEG, JPEG 2000, […]Read more "Images TO and FROM PDF, Free"
May 23, 2010 by Lex Friedman, Macworld.com For a variety of reasons—frugality, environmentalism, laziness—I try to avoid printing documents whenever possible. That can get tricky when someone needs my signature. For example, I recently joined Macworld as a full-time staffer and was immediately sent a massive 80-plus page PDF welcome packet. Buried within those 80-plus […]Read more "Mac Hint: How to quickly sign digital documents"
April 9, 2011 by Wordle.net Here’s a neat little online website that allows you to become a “Maker of Wordsmith Clouds.” Don’t understand what I mean? Well, you can use it on anything from websites, CD labels, print materials, video’s, etc– (by hitting PRINT then “SAVE as PDF”). Go here to my website to see […]Read more "‘Wordle’ is a Toy for Generating “Word Clouds”"
February 21, 2011 By Dan Frakes, Macworld.com There are a number of Mac utilities that will compress PDF files for easier e-mail sending, or, for developers, to reduce the size of an application bundle that includes lots of PDFs; PDFshrink and PdfCompress are just a couple examples. But many people don’t realize that Mac OS […]Read more "ShrinkIt shrinks your PDFs for free"
December 10, 2010 About PrintFriendly PrintFriendly makes printing on the web better. You´ll save paper and ink, plus get great looking documents. How It Works Prints Clean: Our algorithm removes ads, navigation, and all the junk you don´t want to print. Prints Pretty: We use best practices in print Typography to format your document […]Read more "PrintFriendly makes printing on the web better"
November 17, 2010 by Whitson Gordon, Macworld.com Reading PDFs in your browser, instead of downloading them and reading them in an app like Preview, is a nice convenience. But Safari is the only major Mac browser that has a read-PDFs-in-the-browser option turned on by default. Mac OS X Hints reader Typhoon14 notes that Chrome has […]Read more "View PDFs in Chrome"