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 228: MacVoices #20228: Jim Tierney of Digital Anarchy Announces The Transcriptive Web Site


Jim Tierney, the Chief Anarchist at Digital Anarchy, is back to announce the Transcriptive web site is now live and out of beta. Jim talks about why now is the time for Transcriptive to become available to everyone, how it works, and what results you can expect. That includes some tips on being realistic in those expectations, both from an audio recording quality perspective as well as from the transcription perspective...


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episode 227: MacVoices #20227: MacVoices Live! with Brett Terpstra (2)


Part 2 of our MacVoices Live! conversation with featured guest Brett Terpstra and the panel of David Ginsburg and Brittany Smith continues with more debate over subscription models, notifications of subscriptions, upgrades, and where SetApp fits into the picture. (Part 2 of 2) LinkedIn Jobs This edition of MacVoices is supported by LinkedIn Jobs. Find the right person for your business today with LinkedIn Jobs. Visit LinkedIn.com/MacVoices to pay what you want and get the first $50 off...


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episode 226: MacVoices #20226: MacVoices Live! with Brett Terpstra (1)


In a recent MacVoices Live! visit, featured guest Brett Terpstra introduces us to Bunch, his latest application to improve your productivity. He explains how it works, and what makes it different from the competition. Then, the panel of David Ginsburg and Brittany Smith join in on a conversation about why computer help files don’t always help, keeping updated on updates, online vs. included documentation, and start a discussion of subscription models, including Brett’s own experiences...


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episode 225: MacVoices #20225: Jamf CEO Dean Hager On the Jamf Nation User Conference Announcements


The Jamf Nation User Conference, like so many others, went virtual this year, but that didn’t mean that they were short on announcements. Jamf CEO Dean Hager reviews their newest solutions for remote access for education, health care, and business. So many institutions have gone remote to one degree or another, and Jamf has solutions for all of them. Dean explains their capabilities and and productions, security in remote environments, and more. Fight Camp MacVoices is supported by Fight Camp...


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episode 224: MacVoices #20224: Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris Provide Short- and Long-Term Updates on LumaFusion


Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris of Luma Touch are back to update us on what is coming to iOS video editor extraordinaire, LumaFusion. In the short term, we will be seeing features like inverted cropping and HDR, and a little farther out, advanced key framing, subtitles support, and multicam will be added to the mix...


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episode 223: MacVoices #20223: Andy Affleck Updates Take Control of Podcasting (2)


In Part 2 of our discussion of Take Control of Podcasting with author Andy Affleck, we get more in-depth with the pros and cons of recording and editing your podcast on an iPad or iPhone. The trade-offs of portability vs. connectivity, where the Mac is superior, and how to bridge the two are discussed. Andy also talks about who the audience is for this book, why the timing of the release is so important, and some of the non-technical aspects of pacing yourself and your podcast...


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episode 222: MacVoices #20222: Andy Affleck Updates Take Control of Podcasting (1)


One of the newest releases from Take Control Books is the updated version of Take Control of Podcasting by Andy Affleck. In Part 1, Andy gives a little background on podcasting, talks about why it has been so long between updates, and why iPads and iPhones are good, but not yet great as podcast creation devices. The evolution of podcasting has been extensive; Andy explains how he researched all the new tools and services, and provides some examples of what they can do...


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episode 221: MacVoices #20221: Adam Engst at the Virginia Macintosh Users' Group (2)


MacVoices' visit with Adam Engst and the Virginia Macintosh Users’ Group wraps up with discussions of Apple and Tesla, CarPlay, set-top boxes and Apple TV, Adam’s upcoming iMac upgrade project, the benefits of SSDs, the future of iCloud, AirPods vs. AirPods Pro, Time Machine, and more. (Part 2 of 2) MacVoices Support This edition of MacVoices is supported by you, our viewers and listeners...


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episode 220: MacVoices #20220: Adam Engst at the Virginia Macintosh Users' Group (1)


Adam Engst and host Chuck Joiner had the privilege of visiting a recent online meeting of the Virginia Macintosh Users’ Group. Topics ranged from Apple services bundles to guided listening and the Nvidia-ARM purchase. Why that purchase won’t affect Apple’s develop of its own chips, the Apple/Developers relationship situation, and who will be Tim Cook’s successor wrapped up the first part of the discussion...


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episode 219: MacVoices #20219: MacVoices Update - 2020-09


In the September 2020 Update, Chuck touches on MacVoices Live!, MacVoices Briefings, and delivers this month’s Support Report [embed]http://traffic.libsyn.com/maclevelten/MV20219.mp3[/embed] Show Notes: Support: Become a MacVoices Patron on Patreon http://patreon.com/macvoices Enjoy this episode? Make a one-time donation with PayPal Connect: Web: http://macvoices.com Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/chuckjoiner http://www.twitter...


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