If you’ve got a video you’d like to share, but there’s a part at the end or the beginning that you’d like to trim off, macOS Mojave makes it easier than ever to do so. You don’t even have to open the file to make the adjustments! Melissa Holt has the details in this article.
The world has gone digital, and that means it’s time to convert your DVD library. But if you have a stack of DVDs collecting dust, how do you go about converting them into digital files that you can play on your Mac, PC, iPhone, or tablet? Say hello to WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, an all-in-one solution for ripping, optimizing, and converting your DVDs.
4K Movies are finally available on iTunes, and while you can easily buy and rent them, there’s a cheaper option for some films. Here’s how to get 4K HDR movies for cheap on iTunes, while also receiving a handy physical copy.
In this article, we’re going to talk about the easiest, quickest way to free up a bunch of space on your iPhone or iPad using the built-in storage controls under iOS. After all, there’s no need to keep movies or TV shows on your devices if you never plan to watch them!
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.
iMovie is great, but its features can seem pretty daunting for some. If all you need to do is trim the end of a clip, for example, there’s a much easier program that’ll let you do video editing on the Mac—QuickTime! We’ll tell you about a few of its best features.
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.
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.
Moviefone, the iconic service that provided American moviegoers with local showtimes and theater information, is shutting down its telephone service next month. Fans dialing 777-FILM are now treated to a message announcing the closure, but encouraging callers to migrate to the service’s mobile app instead.
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…