Nothing about Premiere Pro CC screams "gotta have it," with the possible exception of the new closed-captioning capabilities, but Adobe certainly checked several things off of the request list. And if it has fully embraced the cloud, additional tweaks should be appearing frequently.
iTunes is great at lots of things on its own. But here are several tools to make using it even better.
You don't have to scroll through all the subreddits looking for videos. This website corrals the YouTube gems posted to Reddit.
To help organize your videos, IDentify helps fill in missing metadata.
VLC, the multiplatform video player that was removed from the App Store for licensing conflicts, has returned with a new lease on life.
Former Disney chief Michael Eisner has warned that Hulu being up for sale could mean the demise of shows streaming online the day after they air.
Is something playing on your Mac that you'd like to record? Chris Breen shows you how to do just that without spending a nickel.
Apple and Amazon take a step towards hugging it out, more free Apple apps might be heading your way, and did you know that getting more costs more? One class action suit doesn't appear to realize that.
Apps that can both transcode video to different formats and tag files with useful metadata can be incredibly useful. And I've found none better than Jendrik Bertram's $20 iFlicks.
The summer doldrums can be a tough time for TV fans. With barely anything new on networks, it can be hard to find something to watch. Luckily, cable is increasingly moving some of its most interesting shows to the summer, where they don’t have to compete with big-name series. The results, while not always Emmy-worthy, are still compelling