Want to look in on the kids while you’re at work? Or simply see what the dog does all day? By outfitting your old Mac with a camera and software, you can build a monitoring system that lets you spy on your house from anywhere in the world.
Looking for a way to raise the level of your video chats? Want a relatively inexpensive teleprompter set-up for your laptop? SeeEye2Eye might be just the ticket.
It's difficult to get timecode-accurate notes and comments out of Final Cut Pro to share with your collaborators. That's where Final Print comes in.
How can you keep clients apprised of your work in progress on a moment’s notice? Create a podcast. But not a typical podcast aimed at the masses—this is a password-protected podcast available to a select few. Anton Linecker shows you how it’s done.
Anton Linecker writes about ScopeBox, a software-based video analysis tool that helps keep your video broadcast-legal in the field.
The news that Adobe is bringing Premiere back to the Mac platform shocked many users. But what will it mean for Mac video pros? Anton Linecker looks at why Adobe revived a Mac version of premiere and how it fits into a very crowded digital-video editing field.
The EyeTV 250 is a great personal video recorder for Mac users. This is a particularly useful unit if you have a slower Mac, as the hardware encoder ensures high quality recordings without stressing the computer’s processor.
Anton Linecker takes a look at the technology behind Apple’s recent splurges in the pro video market.
Anton Linecker shares his method for creating a system backup after he's set up a new system. He finds that it helps to get new systems set up quickly, and saves time getting back up in case of trouble.
Anton Linecker shows you a tip get Apple's Compressor 2 to compress a video files automatically with AppleScript and Folder Actions.
Anton Linecker finds a few Universal gems and a cool new Sony HDV camera at the smaller DV Expo in Los Angeles.
Miglia’s TVMicro is a great portable analog TV tuner for Mac users. If you want something to let you watch TV on your Mac, you won’t go wrong with it.
The EyeTV Hybrid has many benefits and few drawbacks. It’s a clear winner—especially if you want to take TV viewing on the road. If you have a slower, single-processor Mac, however, the EyeTV 250 may be a better bet.
While the Granite Digital SATAVue Hot-Swap may not win any design awards, it performed very well in our tests. It’s a heavy-duty, speedy RAID.
The LaCie Two Big, which comes bundled with a host adapter, is economical and provides solid performance. If you’re looking for a hot-swappable option with an attractive design, this may be the SATA drive for you.
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