Apple's iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 includes the awesome capability of shooting slow-motion video, that can easily be edited and shared from your iPhone. When in Slo-Mo mode, the iPhone will automatically create a segment for your slo-motion capture, which can be edited. When you transfer your video to your Mac, the slow-motion portion appears lost, a common problem that occurs during playback. Thankfully, your video data remains in tact. Here's how to transfer and watch your slow motion iPhone 5s video on your Mac. Okay, so you've shot and edited some wonderful slow motion on your iPhone and share it with friends, family. You've even streamed it over AirPlay to your Apple TV, so you can view your masterpiece on the big screen. Naturally, … [Read more...]
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Using Apple’s Home Sharing feature, your family can share and transfer content between iTunes and iOS devices in your household including the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Apple TV. If your household has multiple iOS devices or just one, using Home Sharing can give you access to your iTunes libraries, allowing you to share music, movies and more between your Mac or PC to your iOS devices. Read on to learn how to set up Home Sharing on iTunes, along with a tutorial on setting up Home Sharing on your iOS device. … [Read more...]
There have been many of services that allow you to video chat, including the popular Skype, but none have been as easy and fun to use as Apple's FaceTime. You can make video calls to anyone with a compatible iOS or Mac. Here’s how to use FaceTime on iPad, iPhone or Mac, along with everything you need to start making video calls today. Compatible iOS Devices You’ll need one of the following iOS devices running iOS 5 or later: iPad 2 new iPad iPhone 4 iPhone 4S iPod touch (fourth generation) and/or A Mac running Snow Leopard with a video camera. This can be either a built-in FaceTime camera, iSight Camera or a third party accessory. If you are in the market for a good video camera for your Mac for FaceTime, I’d … [Read more...]
One of the biggest reasons for owning an iPad is media consumption. Watching movies or TV episodes is probably one of the top things most people do with the iPad. Movies and television shows are readily available from the iTunes Store, but what your existing DVD movie collection? There is no reason to re-purchase the videos that you already own on the iTunes Store. You can convert your existing movies into a file format that is iPad friendly. There are plenty of sites offering free DVD converter software, a good number of which attempt to up sell you into a paid product. Follow this guide for steps on how to put a DVD on iPad for free. … [Read more...]
If you are planning on getting a new Apple TV or had the previous 2nd generation model, one of the best features is the ability to stream content from your iPhone or iPad to your television. Having two or more of these devices offers some added benefits. Here’s how to setup and use Airplay on iPad or iPhone to your Apple TV. … [Read more...]