I’m delivering a workshop this week but when I opened my tutorial in iMovie HD it displayed a fault I thought was only found on Snow Leopard machines.
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for May 18th from 11:19 to 11:19: Aperture 3: The Ars Review – Not just a review but a good overview of most of the new features in Aperture 3 – which is my photo editor/organiser of choice.
Apple has updated QuickTime 7 QuickTime Player 7.6.6 for Mac OS X v10.6.3 QuickTime Player 7 supports older media formats, such as QTVR, interactive QuickTime movies, and MIDI files on Snow Leopard I had hoped that it would improve the handling of stills in the timeline of iMovie HD projects under Snow Leopard. Alas, no. [...]
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for May 29th from 16:13 to 16:13: Adobe Creative Suite Tutorials, Reviews and Resources for Photographers, Designers, Illustrators and Developers | Layers Magazine – I've just received two complimentary copies of this digital magazine. All I did was move PS4 to a new MacBook Pro and re register it. [...]
Some thoughts on things I’ve seen for May 17th from 13:55 to 13:55: Overlap causes iMovie to crash – If you've experienced this problem here's a possible solution.
A useful site for editors and storytellers using Apple’s Final Cut and to tempt you to visit there’s a software prize on offer too.
iLife 09 continued: My first iMovie 09 video | The Download Blog – Download.com You also have better control over the audio track, the title animation, and the sound effects–you can change them or move them around, for example. But we still would prefer a more precise manipulation. For example, we wanted to match up [...]
The new iMovie ’09 appears to have the same serious limitation on using stills as the previous version. Drag a still into the project and it’s duration is set by default to 4 seconds. In any other video editing software changing the duration is just a matter of dragging the end of the clip to [...]
iLife ’09 was released today. It was also the day that the free download page for iMovie HD 6 was removed. Apple allowed users to download the earlier version because iMovie 08 was such a radical change that many users were left without some essential functions – timeline editing to name just one. I can [...]
Apple – Downloads – Aperture – Aperture BorderFX An Aperture export plug-in that allows you to add borders to images as you export them. If you are an Aperture user this free plugin is just brilliant. Add borders, text, and watermarks with a wide range of options. How did I live without it?