A load of hilarious, foul-language-filled, computer generated… oh hell, just check it out!
If you regularly use iMovie or some other application to capture audio or video, or were wondering how to do it on the cheap, then you’ll love this handy little tip.
All you’ll need is a copy of Quicktime Pro 7 or later, or the latest version of Quicktime Player in Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard), and a Mac with an iSight camera, or a connected video camera or microphone.
These Photoshop features found in an Adobe Labs video look just absolutely sick, and I can’t wait for CS5 to be released – which is rumored to be around April of 2010.
A visual look back at how iTunes arrived on your desktop, complete with nifty soundtrack:
I love the “Get a Mac” ads. They’re clever, and most times make me laugh. This one takes the cake… Here are the steps PC lists in the ad: 1. Remove unneeded bloatware 2. Configure security settings 3. Download and install OS security patches 4. Restart 5. Download / install extra security programs 6. Restart 7. Download / install drivers for peripherals 8. Restart 9. Remove optional Windows components 10. Update new virus list 11. Run full system virus scan 12. Update new malware list 13. Run full system malware scan 14. Download / install application updates 15. Restart 16. Clean out system registry 17. Repair corupt system registry 18. Defragment hard drive 19. Free up disk space 20. Scan disk for errors 21. Run system file checker 22. Read online instruction manual 23. Cross fingers