MacVoices Video

Chuck Joiner talks with the most interesting and influential people in the Mac industry, as well as the individuals who are out there making it happen on the front lines of the global Mac community.

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      episode 119: MacVoices #18119: Neill Barham of FiLMiC Pro Discusses Their Professional Video Camera App


      Neill Barham, the Founder and CEO of FiLMiC Inc. talks about the origins of their professional filmmaking app, FiLMiC Pro and how it evolved from an original concept to a powerhouse video app for iOS. FiLMiC Pro has become a favorite among filmmakers who are looking to the iPhone as yet another storytelling tool. Neill covers the simple features that anyone can use to improve their projects, as well as the more sophisticated capabilities that set it apart from other options. Neill also talks ...


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      episode 118: MacVoices #18118: Road to Macstock: Brett Terpstra Talks Tagging


      Our next stop on the Road to Macstock is a visit with Brett Terpstra, who will be delivering a presentation on tagging at the conference. Apple has upped its support for tagging in both High Sierra and iOS. Brett talks about what it is, why it is important, and how he will provide a methodology that anyone can use to successfully implement their own system. This edition of MacVoices is brought to you by the MacVoices Dispatch, our weekly newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on any and all Ma...


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      episode 117: MacVoices #18117: Briefing - The Audioengine A5+ Wireless Speakers


      AudioEngine has a new model of one of their audiophile desktop speakers, the A5+ Wireless. In this Briefing, Chuck discusses his experiences and impressions of the speaker, including the Bluetooth and direct connect options, why it may be an upgrade for a device you already have, and why you will be seeing a lot more of it on MacVoices. This edition of MacVoices is brought to you by the MacVoices Dispatch, our weekly newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on any and all MacVoices-related...


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      episode 116: Joe Kissell Takes Control of Apple Mail Yet Again


      Joe Kissell has updated Take Control of Apple Mail to the fourth edition to cover the ongoing evolution of Apple’s built-in email program, and it has been a long time coming. Joe explains why, and vents a bit of frustration with some of the alternations made to something that many Apple users depend on. More changes have occurred in Mail for High Sierra (and Sierra) and iOS 11. Joe talks about those changes, why Apple has made them, and how you can (sometimes) work around them. If you use App...


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      episode 115: MacVoices #18115: Road to Macstock - Kelly Guimont Talks TextExpander and Quality Software


      We are on the Road to Macstock 2018, talking to the speakers about their topics, why they chose them, and what you can expect to learn when you attend. This time, Kelly Guimont explains why is eminently qualified to to present her session on TextExpander, coins a new tech phrase, and gives us a free tip on “snippet inspiration”. This edition of MacVoices is supported by our new Patreon campaign. If you find value in MacVoices, please consider helping sponsor the show, and our ongoing effor...


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      episode 114: MacVoices #18114: Philip Goward of Smile Covers The New Features of PDFpen 10


      Philip Goward of Smile is back to bring us up to date on the latest features to their essential PDF editing tools, PDFpen 10 and PDFpen Pro 10. New features lie watermarks, headers and footers, and precision editing make  PDFpen 10 the most powerful version yet, and with batch optical character recognition in the Pro version, you can make short work of that folder full of PDFs that need to be edited. Philip details the features, and talks about how Smile reviews user input in selecting what g...


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      episode 113: MacVoices #18113: Michael E. Cohen's Latest Update to Take Control of Pages


      Michael E. Cohen was back to do a Facebook Live to explain why there is an extensive update to his just-updated Take Control of Pages. Michael covers why this update was bigger than the last, why you may want to invest in an Apple Pencil, and how you can now do annotations in the iOS version. Michael also takes some questions from audience members, including page layout and mail merge challenges. This edition of MacVoices is brought to you by the MacVoices Dispatch, our weekly newsletter ...


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      episode 112: MacVoices #18112: Adam Engst Discusses The What's and Why's of the TidBITS Re-Design


      Adam Engst has been working hard to finalize and launch a re-design of the TidBITS web site, and gives us an in-depth look at why the project was necessary to remain relevant. The new site is brand new and built from the ground up, but Adam and crew have worked hard to make sure that none of the legacy information contained on the site was lost. He tells us about the challenges that had to be overcome, the compromises that had to be made, and why he still feels the need to apologize to users ...


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      episode 112: MacVoices #18112: Adam Engst Discusses The What's and Why's of the TidBITS Re-Design


      Adam Engst has been working hard to finalize and launch a re-design of the TidBITS web site, and gives us an in-depth look at why the project was necessary to remain relevant. The new site is brand new and built from the ground up, but Adam and crew have worked hard to make sure that none of the legacy information contained on the site was lost. He tells us about the challenges that had to be overcome, the compromises that had to be made, and why he still feels the need to apologize to users ...


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      episode 112: MacVoices #18112: Adam Engst Discusses The What's and Why's of the TidBITS Re-Design


      Adam Engst has been working hard to finalize and launch a re-design of the TidBITS web site, and gives us an in-depth look at why the project was necessary to remain relevant. The new site is brand new and built from the ground up, but Adam and crew have worked hard to make sure that none of the legacy information contained on the site was lost. He tells us about the challenges that had to be overcome, the compromises that had to be made, and why he still feels the need to apologize to users ...


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