Tuned up my Mac for Senior Year…
Performed various software and hardware tweaks and maintenance in anticipation of special effects and advanced compositing classes in the next few months.
by Leif Johnson
Apple’s AirPlay is a fantastic concept, but until now it’s always been hampered by the need for all the compatible devices to share a Wi-Fi connection before they work together properly. It’s a small hassle, but one that has kept the service from being more widely adopted than it probably should be. As Engadget reports, that limitation comes to an end with iOS 8.
If you’ve never used it before, consider this. AirPlay makes it possible to stream music from, say, your iPhone to your iPad, but you needed the shared connection to make it work. This was fine in a home environment, but it caused some annoyances in places such as hotels where only one device can use the Wi-Fi connection.
There are some interesting new advancements for audio coming in iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite that Apple didn’t discuss during its keynote presentation earlier this week. Two of the big new audio based f…
by Mark Gurman, Cult of Mac
Apple’s new expensive line of Mac Pro computers seem to be causing a headache for a tiny fraction of the Mac userbase. According to several professional video editors who have contacted us or posted information to various online forums, the recent OS X 10.9.3 update is breaking compatibility between some Mac Pro graphics cards and video editing applications such as Adobe Premiere Pro and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve.