As Labor Day arrives, the really good part of summer departs. And when it leaves, it leaves you with a camera and camcorder stuffed with memories. Sure, you may get as far as dropping those memories into iPhoto and iMovie, but what then?
“What then?” is exactly the purpose of this week’s Macworld Video: Sharing your summer images and movies with the rest of the world.
In the course of the video I reveal a couple of substitutes for iCards—Apple’s electronic greeting cards that have vanished with the oncoming of MobileMe. I suggest one way to backup the backups of your content. And I tell you where you can share your visual summer memories with your friends, family, and the public at large.
Macworld Video #65
- Format: MPEG-4/H.264
- Resolution: 320 x 240 (iPhone & iPod compatible)
- Size: 11.8MB
- Length: 6 minutes, 43 seconds
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In the course of the video I mention Steve Dekorte’s $10 PostCard as a fine iCard subsitute and the online backup service, Mozy.
For online sharing of your media I tip the hat to YouTube, Flickr, and Vimeo.
This episode of the Macworld Video is sponsored by Tenba, makers of the Air Case, body armor for your Apple computers.