Don't-Miss Video software Stories
Want to liberate the movies in your DVD collection from their plastic-and-metal prisons, so you can enjoy them on your iPhone, iPod, iPad, and Apple TV? Here's how.
If you're distracted by sites that shove audio and video at you while you're trying to read, Chris Breen has a solution.
If you like the quality and features of Blu-ray, and want to be able to watch discs on your Mac or convert them to other formats for viewing on other computers, all you need is a bit of hardware and software to make it all possible.
You have a movie that includes a great soundtrack that you'd like to burn to CD. How to? Chris Breen explains.
You have the contents of a ripped DVD and see an empty AUDIO_TS folder. Do you need it? Chris Breen explains.
Apple no longer offers the option to download movie trailers. Ted Landau reveals a way to work around this.
Why color-correct your shots? Here are common reasons, plus some tips.
Instead of a pair of metal tubes packed with lenses, the DEV-50 binoculars is a pair of 1080p HD camcorders joined together. Andy Ihnatko took them for a spin.
How to connect iPhoto with iMovie to create polished, professional-looking sequences of slides on your tablet.
QuickTime Player X is pretty, but as a video editor it's a complete zero. Go old school and get a copy of QuickTime Player Pro 7.
Aviva received a $50 Google Play gift certificate. How does Google's formats and DRM policy effect where she can enjoy the music, movies, and books she buys?
Need to mask out a license plate, street address, or statue's naughty bits in iMovie '11? Chris Breen shows you how.
Final Cut Pro X’s audition feature makes it fast, easy, and downright fun to try out different creative options for your edit.
You have a FireWire camcorder that plays nicely with all your video applications save one--Google Hangout. Chris Breen suggests a utility to put things right.