How EXPOSE works.
Tutorial by Dragonpme
This is a tutorial video for the mac osx application iAlertU (www.ialertu.com).
ok, so your video files on your mack are a reall broadcast standard! what does that mean? it means they take up a HECK of allot of hard drive space.. making a video for the web is great on your mac.. but the files are too big! watch and learn how i prepare a video for youtube!
Tutorial by Dragonpme
This video makes the assumption that you are on an Intel mac running Tiger (as most new Mac users are). If you have any thing to add or a tutorial of your own, post it as a video response. Another thing I didn't mention: If you're on a MacBook go to the 'mouse and keyboard' menu, then on the gestures menu check all of the boxes and hover over them to see how to use them, then once they're all enabled, make good use of them!
This video is a tutorial on how to download a website and use it as a template for your own website. To do this, you need to run Mac OS X.
A tutorial going over the basic features of the Automator application in Mac OS-X. Done on a G4 mac Mini 1.42GHz, 512MB RAM, 80GB HD, running OS-X 10.4.9
I've turned my Macbook into an Apple TV and it's running great.. check it out. I used this tutorial
If your like me, your computer is packed with music. But what happens if your hard drive crashes or even worse your mac gets stolen. You always have your iPod right? Well you have to get your music off of your iPod and onto your computer. The easiest way I have found is iPodDisk.
iPodDisk is a great little applications that mounts your iPod as a hard drive. You can then browse through the music on your iPod just like it was a mounted network drive. Your simply drag your music off the drive onto your computer and into iTunes. iPodDisk can be downloaded here. Enjoy!
This is a new series of Quick Tips. The first series is about the Finder. This screencast is quick tutorial on how to use some of the shortcuts in OS X.
Quick Tip #1: Apple + Tab - this is a quick and easy way to scroll through our all of your open applications.
Quick Tips #2: Apple + Space Bar - this shortcut activates Spotlight. It is a quick way to search for a document or open an application.
Quick Tip #3: Control + Click (or right click on a two button mouse) - alot of people don't realize you can "right click" on the Mac. If you Control Click on the desktop you can create a new folder, create a burn folder, get info on an item and more.
Everybody loves the videos on YouTube. And it seems like everyone received an iPod for the holidays. So what could be better than combining the two. The problem is how?
Well the short answer is PodTube. It is a simple application that works with Safari and downloads video from YouTube and puts the video into an iTunes playlist. Then you simply drag the file (or the whole playlist) to your video enabled iPod and presto...YouTube on you iPod. Here is a short screencast on how to do it. Enjoy!
Solutions of format & file size problems in iMovie.
Download VisualHub here. For specifically converting MPEG files I now use a program that is totally free and does not limit your encoding to a mere 2min (which is handy for all you cheapskates out there like me :) It's called MPEGstream clip and can be found here.
This video is a brief tutorial on how to use the zero configuration remote screen sharing feature of Mac HelpMate. The application is a universal binary for Mac OS X and performs many cleaning, maintenance, and prefences tweaks. Please visit www.machelpmate.com for more information.