QuickTimeX is a lightweight app with several handy features, but it also lacks several features found in its predecessor. One such feature is autoplay. Here’s how to enable QuickTime X autoplay via the Terminal.
TunesKit DRM Media Converter can convert your purchased iTunes movies and TV shows into a format compatible with any device or app.
Movies purchased from the iTunes Store look great in your library, complete with metadata and artwork. But when you add your own ripped movies to iTunes, all you get is a title and thumbnail. Here’s how to give your personally ripped movies the same metadata as their iTunes Store counterparts, making your library better looking and easier to navigate.
Want to watch certain YouTube videos over and over again? There’s no longer any need to rely on huge uploads or third party browser plugins. Native YouTube looping is now available, and here’s how it works.
iTunes DRM is a touchy and complicated subject, and many apps and solutions exist in this legal gray area claiming to remove iTunes DRM. We take a look at the controversy and the implications of freeing your iTunes purchases, and evaluate one of the more popular options for killing iTunes DRM.
Don’t let restrictive ISP bandwidth caps limit your online video streaming addiction. Here’s how you can configure Netflix to stream lower quality video, which saves on data usage and keeps your network free for other bandwidth-heavy tasks.
The Star Wars saga is set to make its long awaited digital debut this Friday, but with the films available on a number of platforms, where should Star Wars fans make their purchase? We take a look at the pros, cons, and alternatives for getting your digital Star Wars fix.
Movie bundles have long been part of the buying process for physical media, and now Apple is making an aggressive push into the bundle territory from a digital perspective. The company launched a large “Movie Bundle” sale via the iTunes Store early Tuesday. The iTunes movie bundle deal combines all of the films from various popular series into a single purchase at a reduced price. Currently, Apple features bundles for The Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, The Matrix, Star…
While The New York Times still limits non-paying readers to ten articles per month, the paper is now allowing unlimited video content to escape the paywall, according to a press release Tuesday. To cover the cost of allowing free access to the content, the paper is partnering with Microsoft and Acura to run advertisements before each video. As we continue to tell stories through video and increase our offerings, we want to ensure NYTimes.com users can watch and explore our…
While Netflix controls subscription-based online video, Apple dominates online video purchases and rentals in the U.S., according to a new report from the NPD Group. Apple’s iTunes held a commanding lead in both categories during 2012, reaching unit shares of 67 and 65 percent for online TV Show and Movie purchases, respectively. Microsoft’s still developing Xbox Video service and Amazon’s Instant Video took third and fourth place in terms of digital purchases. Online movie rentals were also controlled by Apple,…