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Adobe Premiere Elements 2019’s reliance on AI allows it to take much of the daunting challenge out of video editing.
No longer only about creating and burning Blu-ray or DVD discs, Roxio Toast 17 Pro includes a suite of additional Mac applications for multi-cam editing, slideshows, photo editing, video capture, screen recording, and more.
LumaFusion is a powerful multi-track video editor for mobile devices that enables professional results complete with titles, effects, transitions, color correction, audio mixing, and much more.
The more-efficient formats aren’t compatible outside of the newest Apple ecosystems, and some users prefer compatibility.
LifeFlix makes it easy to import Mini-DV tapes from your camcorder to QuickTime movies for digital archiving, or quickly create MP4 movies to share online.
Over the past couple years, Apple’s Services division has become one of its more successful businesses. Dan Moren has noticed a pronounced trend towards subscription services.
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.
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