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The transition from 32- to 64-bit technology means the end to oldies-but-goodies like QuickTime Player 7.
Free update to Apple's pro video editing apps includes Motion and Compressor.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro lets you rip any DVD to play on all your Apple and Android devices and at blazing speeds.
How to use a VPN to watch the Olympics online via a foreign broadcaster, and avoid the vapid banter of NBC's games coverage.
Building on the success of the popular DVD burning software Toast Titanium, Roxio Toast 16 lets you connect and record multiple devices to capture synced video, audio, and your computer screen with a single click.
Pop one of these adapters on the end of an HDMI cable and extend your back-of-the-tv HDMI port around front where it's easier to access. Or use them to couple multiple HDMI cables together for extended reach. 3D and 4k support.
App for creating short, sharable video clips includes Selfie Scenes, a new feature for iPhone X users.
In Safari 11 for macOS High Sierra and Sierra, you can easily disable autoplay video and surf the web in relative peace. Here's how it's done.
AI and machine learning help make edits in Premiere Elements 2018 even easier to perform.
Whether you prefer iOS or Android, Mac or PC, you shouldn't be forced to pick a side when it comes to enjoying movies and videos on your favorite devices. That's the philosophy behind the MacX Media Conversion Lifetime License Bundle, and now it's on sale for more than 80 percent off its usual price.
iMovie projects use up a lot of storage space, especially if you’re using 4K video. It’s easy to move those projects to iCloud or your Mac.
iOS 11 uses new video and photo formats that will help save storage space. And Apple has figured out how to make sure you can use those files on non-iOS 11 devices.
Modern versions of QuickTime and iMovie don't provide much control over how big you want your video file size to be. You need to use a free third-party app.
Worries abound about Apple’s format shift, but compatibility is the name of the game.
Video utility now supports Wi-Fi sync and can create ringtones.
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