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    Members - Accessing 2015 Videos

    It’s 2015 and time for existing members to subscribe to the 2015 feeds.

    This is the final video to appear in the 2014 feeds, so continue to receive the weekly shows automatically, you need to follow the instructions in this video. It’s really easy to subscribe but if you have any problems, please drop a line to support@screencastsonline.com

    Date: 31st December 2014 Duration: 11:33
  • Members - Accessing 2015 Videos Description

    It’s 2015 and time for existing members to subscribe to the 2015 feeds.

    This is the final video to appear in the 2014 feeds, so continue to receive the weekly shows automatically, you need to follow the instructions in this video. It’s really easy to subscribe but if you have any problems, please drop a line to support@screencastsonline.com

  • SCOI0214

    Photos & iCloud Photo Library for iOS

    With Photos on the Mac being released and iCloud Photo Library out of beta, it’s time to take another look at managing your photos on iOS.

    In this week’s Mac show (SCOM0500) I demonstrate how to migrate your iPhoto or Aperture library to Photos and iCloud Photo Library.

    You can access all your migrated videos and photos on your iPad or iPhone using iCloud Photo Library, as well as editing them, and having those edits replicated across all your devices.

    Date: 24th April 2015 Duration: 19:00
  • Photos & iCloud Photo Library for iOS Description

    With Photos on the Mac being released and iCloud Photo Library out of beta, it’s time to take another look at managing your photos on iOS.

    In this week’s Mac show (SCOM0500) I demonstrate how to migrate your iPhoto or Aperture library to Photos.

    You can access all your migrated videos and photos on your iPad or iPhone using iCloud Photo Library, as well as editing them, and having those edits replicated across all your devices.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Initial Settings
    • Optimise Storage
    • My Photo Stream
    • Using Photos
    • iCloud Photo Sharing
  • SCOI0213

    Adobe Slate - Part 2

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

    In this second of a two part series, I take a look at using themes and publishing your “slates” to various services.

    Date: 17th April 2015 Duration: 12:50
  • Adobe Slate - Part 2 Description

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories from words and images, directly from your iPad.

    Think of it as your own personal designer allowing you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

    In this second of a two part series, I take a look at using themes and publishing your “slates” to various services.

    Adobe Slate allows you to pull in images from many different online services or your iPad, add some text, perhaps some links and lets you format them with many different built in themes. Once you're done, export them them via Facebook, Twitter, email or publish on Adobe's free web hosting.

    Adobe Slate is simple to use and best of all, completely free.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Recap
    • Using Themes
    • Publishing
    • Settings
  • SCOI0212

    Adobe Slate - Part 1

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

    Think of it as your own personal designer, guiding you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

    Date: 10th April 2015 Duration: 16:39
  • Adobe Slate - Part 1 Description

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

    Think of it as your own personal designer, guiding you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

    Pull in images from many different online services or directly from your iPad, add some text, perhaps some links and then let Adobe Slate format your story using one of the many different themes. Once you're done, export your stories (or slates) via Facebook, Twitter, email or publish on Adobe's free web hosting service.

    Adobe Slate is simple to use and best of all, completely free.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the creation process.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Home Screen
    • Creating A Story
    • Adding Text
    • Adding Photos
    • Adding Links

    In next week's tutorial, I'll take a look at themes and sharing.

  • SCOI0211

    BitTorrent Sync for iOS

    So many iCloud sync services to choose from - iCloud, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, Google Drive and many, many more.

    All these services rely on a central server infrastructure and all require you to pay for extra storage or bandwidth.

    What if you could remove the need for centralised servers, sync unlimited files across multiple platforms securely and best of all, have all this at no cost?

    Well you can with BitTorrent Sync!

    Date: 3rd April 2015 Duration: 13:51
  • BitTorrent Sync for iOS Description

    So many iCloud sync services to choose from - iCloud, Dropbox, OneDrive, Box, Google Drive and many, many more.

    All these services rely on a central server infrastructure and all require you to pay for extra storage or bandwidth.

    What if you could remove the need for centralised servers, sync unlimited files across multiple platforms securely and best of all, have all this at no cost?

    Well you can with BitTorrent Sync!

    BitTorrent Sync is a peer to peer file transfer mechanism built on the highly efficient BitTorrent Protocol. Designed for ease of use and with large file support, BitTorrent Sync is a highly effective way to keep folders of files in sync across your LAN or across the Internet. You can invite others to share your folders with either read only or read write access. All unlimited and for free.

    In this episode I take a look at installing and using BitTorrent Sync on iOS. In this week's Mac show - SCOM0497 - I also take a look at BitTorrent Sync on OS X

    Please note that this tutorial is based on BitTorrent Sync 1.4 and version 2.0 has since been released since the tutorial was recorded.

    All is not lost though, you'll get a good understanding of the core technologies and use cases of BitTorrent Sync by viewing the tutorials, it's just that now it's even more feature rich. Check out the tutorials and then visit this link to learn what's new in V2.0

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Adding Folders
    • Auto Sync
    • Adding Files From iPad
    • Camera Roll Backup
    • Settings
  • SCOI0210

    Things 2 for iOS

    Things 2 is a fully featured task manager application from Cultured Code. Since we last covered it, Things has had many new much requested features added, most importantly cross platform syncing.

    In this episode, Todd Olthoff brings us up to speed on the main features of Things 2 on iOS and explores some of the new features.

    Date: 27th March 2015 Duration: 5986394
  • Things 2 for iOS Description

    Things 2 is a fully featured task manager application from Cultured Code. Since we last covered it, Things has had many new much requested features added, most importantly cross platform syncing.

    In this episode, Todd Olthoff brings us up to speed on the main features of Things 2 on iOS and explores some of the new features.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Installation & Set Up
    • Adding Tasks
    • Organizing Your Tasks
    • Working with Projects
    • The Logbook
    • Cloud Sync
    • Siri Integration
    • Setting Badge Preferences
    • Sharing From Other Applications To Things
  • SCOI0209

    Alfred Remote - Part 2

    The final part of the Alfred Remote for iOS series.

    In this episode I look at how to configure the different types of actions in Alfred Remote, using the supplied Alfred Snippet samples, as well as how to access your Workflows in Alfred Remote.

    Date: 20th March 2015 Duration: 18:49
  • Alfred Remote - Part 2 Description

    The final part of the Alfred Remote for iOS series.

    I've covered remote access solutions to control your Mac, but usually these are aimed at working from a remote location. Alfred Remote allows you to configure your iPad or iPhone to control your Mac locally.

    You can setup buttons on your iOS device to issue System Commands, launch Applications, access folders and files, and much more.

    In this episode, I look at how to configure the different types of actions in Alfred Remote, using the supplied Alfred Snippet samples, as well as how to access your Workflows in Alfred Remote.

    The full episode covers:

    • Configuration Options
    • Using Alfred Snippets
    • Remote Triggers
    • Incorporating Workflows in to Alfred Remote
  • SCOI0208

    Alfred Remote - Part 1

    Something different! How about a control pad for your Mac?

    I've covered remote access solutions to control your Mac, but usually these are aimed at working from a remote location. Alfred Remote allows you to configure your iPad or iPhone to control your Mac locally.

    Date: 13th March 2015 Duration: 16:08
  • Alfred Remote - Part 1 Description

    Something different! How about a control pad for your Mac?

    I've covered remote access solutions to control your Mac, but usually these are aimed at working from a remote location. Alfred Remote allows you to configure your iPad or iPhone to control your Mac locally.

    You can setup buttons on your iOS device to issue System Commands, launch Applications, access folders and files, and much more.

    In this first of a two part series, I demonstrate setting up Alfred Remote and some of the basic features. In the next episode I take a look at some of the other features as well as some of the more advanced setup including workflows.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Using Alfred Remote
    • Customising Alfred Remote
    • iTunes Control
  • SCOI0207

    1Password for iOS - Update

    Time for another update show and it's 1Password for iOS.

    I did cover the 1Password iOS 8 extension when it first appeared, but it may not have received the prominence it deserved in the flurry of activity immediately following the launch of iOS 8.

    As it's such an important application, and it's recently been updated, I thought it would be useful to do a refresher and bring things up to date.

    Date: 6th March 2015 Duration: 16:47
  • 1Password for iOS - Update Description

    Time for another update show and it's 1Password for iOS.

    I did cover the 1Password iOS 8 extension when it first appeared, but it may not have received the prominence it deserved in the flurry of activity immediately following the launch of iOS 8.

    As it's such an important application, and it's recently been updated, I thought it would be useful to do a refresher and bring things up to date.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Quick Refresher
    • iOS 8 Extension
    • New Features
  • SCOI0206

    iBeacon Technology - Part 3

    In this third and final part, I explore further iBeacon technology and Estimote Beacons.

    This time, I demonstrate just how easy it is to generate text, images, audio, video, etc, and have that content pushed to an iPhone or iPad when in proximity to an Estimote Beacon. All without a line of code and for free!

    Date: 27th February 2015 Duration: 18:30
  • iBeacon Technology - Part 3 Description

    In this third and final part, I explore further iBeacon technology and Estimote Beacons.

    This time, I demonstrate just how easy it is to generate text, images, audio, video, etc, and have that content pushed to an iPhone or iPad when in proximity to an Estimote Beacon. All without a line of code and for free!

    I use the locly.com web service and application to generate a new project - the ScreenCastsOnline Tour - and demonstrate publishing images, text and audio and making it available to your iOS device as you approach a specific Beacon. I also demonstrate setting up notifications to iOS devices from your Beacons.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Setting Up Beacons
    • Setting Up A Place
    • Creating Cards
    • Using The Locly App
    • Notifications
    • Adding a Second Beacon
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  • SCOI0049

    iPhoto for iOS - Part 1

    Edit, view and share your photos, directly from your iPad or iPhone. Apple have done it again with a groundbreaking new application for iOS.

    iPhoto for iOS allows you to edit your photos with multitouch gestures, right on your iPad or iPhone. Leapfrogging the capabilities of iPhone on the Mac, iPhoto for iOS has some groundbreaking features, allowing for direct manipulation of you photos via touch.

    This first part of a two part series starts off by looking at some iPhoto basics, before moving to some more advanced features next week.

    Date: 16th March 2012 Duration: 23:20
  • iPhoto for iOS - Part 1 Description

    Edit, view and share your photos, directly from your iPad or iPhone. Apple have done it again with a groundbreaking new application for iOS.

    iPhoto for iOS allows you to edit your photos with multitouch gestures, right on your iPad or iPhone. Leapfrogging the capabilities of iPhone on the Mac, iPhoto for iOS has some groundbreaking features, allowing for direct manipulation of you photos via touch.

    This first part of a two part series starts off by looking at some iPhoto basics, before moving to some more advanced features next week.

    It's crucial to understand the basics of iPhoto, your Photo Library and Albums, and this tutorial takes you from first principals. Starting from on how to get photos into your iOS device, browsing and viewing your photos and viewing and browsing your photos.

    This full tutorial includes sections on:

    • Introduction to iPhoto for iOS
    • Getting Photos into iPhoto
    • All About Albums
    • Beaming Photos
    • Viewing and Browsing Photos

    Be sure to check out next week's tutorial for some of the more advanced features.

  • SCOI0191

    MoneyWell for iPad

    As promised, following the coverage of MoneyWell for the Mac in episode SCOM0471, Todd Olthoff takes a look at MoneyWell on the iPad.

    Date: 14th November 2014 Duration: 23:13
  • MoneyWell for iPad Description

    As promised, following the coverage of MoneyWell for the Mac in episode SCOM0471, Todd Olthoff takes a look at MoneyWell on the iPad.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Installation & Set Up
    • Creating Accounts
    • The Settings Tab
    • Setting Up a Budget
    • Start & Fill Your Budget Buckets
    • The Activity Tab
    • Importing Bank Transactions
    • The Overview Tab
  • SCOI0205

    iBeacon Technology - Part 2

    Following on from last week, I explore further iBeacon technology and Estimote Beacons.

    Estimote Beacons are delivered fully configured and working straight out of the box. However, once you've signed up for an Estimote Cloud account, you can use the Estimote iOS App (or their website) to tweak the settings on each Beacon. In the first part of the show I show you what is configurable and how to do it.

    In the second part of the show, I demonstrate a typical use for iBeacon technology using a 3rd party app called "Launch Here" - an app launcher that you can configure to launch specific applications when you approach a designated Beacon.

    Date: 20th February 2015 Duration: 12:48
  • iBeacon Technology - Part 2 Description

    Following on from last week, I explore further iBeacon technology and Estimote Beacons.

    Estimote Beacons are delivered fully configured and working straight out of the box. However, once you've signed up for an Estimote Cloud account, you can use the Estimote iOS App (or their website) to tweak the settings on each Beacon. In the first part of the show I show you what is configurable and how to do it.

    In the second part of the show, I demonstrate a typical use for iBeacon technology using a 3rd party app called "Launch Here" - an app launcher that you can configure to launch specific applications when you approach a designated Beacon.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Configuring Your Beacons
    • Launch Here
  • SCOI0052

    OnCue, The Music Player

    The iOS Music player sucks, especially on the iPad!

    OnCue comes to the rescue and allows us to play our music in a flexible and fluid way. No longer restricted to rigid playlists, OnCue allows us to create a dynamic playlist on the fly. Listen to a track and add additional tracks to your queue as it plays. See what's coming next and re-adjust the queue by tap, hold and drag. It's a brilliant way to control your music.

    How many times have you listened to a random track, wanted to play more from that album but not bothered because of the hassle? OnCue makes it simple to queue up tracks from the same artist or Album currently playing, even find and play YouTube videos of the song. Want to create "Smart Queues" directly on you iOS device - OnCue can do that too!

    Date: 6th April 2012 Duration: 23:24
  • OnCue, The Music Player Description

    The iOS Music player sucks, especially on the iPad!

    OnCue comes to the rescue and allows us to play our music in a flexible and fluid way. No longer restricted to rigid playlists, OnCue allows us to create a dynamic playlist on the fly. Listen to a track and add additional tracks to your queue as it plays. See what's coming next and re-adjust the queue by tap, hold and drag. It's a brilliant way to control your music.

    How many times have you listened to a random track, wanted to play more from that album but not bothered because of the hassle? OnCue makes it simple to queue up tracks from the same artist or Album currently playing, even find and play YouTube videos of the song. Want to create "Smart Queues" directly on you iOS device - OnCue can do that too!

    Available for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, OnCue transforms the way you listen to your music. The full tutorial takes you through all the features of OnCue and starts from first principles of playing music and adding tracks to your queue.

    This full tutorial includes sections on:

    • Introduction to OnCue
    • Adding Tracks to The Queue
    • Track Information
    • Now Playing
    • Smart Queues
    • Landscape Mode
    • Settings
    • OnCue on the iPad
  • SCOI0212

    Adobe Slate - Part 1

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

    Think of it as your own personal designer, guiding you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

    Date: 10th April 2015 Duration: 16:39
  • Adobe Slate - Part 1 Description

    Adobe Slate is a great way to create stunning stories using words and images, directly from your iPad.

    Think of it as your own personal designer, guiding you to create beautiful and responsive articles for sharing on any device or on the web.

    Pull in images from many different online services or directly from your iPad, add some text, perhaps some links and then let Adobe Slate format your story using one of the many different themes. Once you're done, export your stories (or slates) via Facebook, Twitter, email or publish on Adobe's free web hosting service.

    Adobe Slate is simple to use and best of all, completely free.

    In this first of a two part series, I take a look at the creation process.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Home Screen
    • Creating A Story
    • Adding Text
    • Adding Photos
    • Adding Links

    In next week's tutorial, I'll take a look at themes and sharing.

  • SCOI0203

    Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS

    We've covered apps and services that allow you to conect to and control your Mac from your iOS device before. This one is a bit different as it's from Google - Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS.

    Simply install the client on your Mac using the Chrome Browser and you'll be able to magically access your Mac from your iPad or iPhone. Even better, it's free!

    Date: 6th February 2015 Duration: 14:58
  • Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS Description

    We've covered apps and services that allow you to conect to and control your Mac from your iOS device before. This one is a bit different as it's from Google - Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS.

    Simply install the client on your Mac using the Chrome Browser and you'll be able to magically access your Mac from your iPad or iPhone. Even better, it's free!

    With support for Mac and Windows XP, Chrome Remote Desktop allows you to access your Mac from within the same network, or even when your'e a way from home.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction
    • Installing on your Mac
    • Using on your iPad
    • Using on your iPhone
  • SCOI0202

    Twitter for iOS

    Twitter... you either love it or hate it! I'm strictly in the "love it" camp, but have been disappointed by the lack of updates to my favourite Twitter app - Tweetbot for iPad.

    So recently, I decided to switch over to the official Twitter client on the Mac, iPad and iPhone. I'm delighted to say that it worked out just fine, once I'd made some adjustments to my muscle memory.

    In case you feel like a change, here's an overview of some of the new features in the Twitter for iOS app.

    Date: 30th January 2015 Duration: 17:57
  • Twitter for iOS Description

    Twitter... you either love it or hate it! I'm strictly in the "love it" camp, but have been disappointed by the lack of updates to my favourite Twitter app - Tweetbot for iPad.

    So recently, I decided to switch over to the official Twitter client on the Mac, iPad and iPhone. I'm delighted to say that it worked out just fine, once I'd made some adjustments to my muscle memory.

    In case you feel like a change, here's an overview of some of the new features in the Twitter for iOS app.

    If you want to read Federico Viticci's opus on Twitter clients in 2014, you can find it here.

    The full tutorial covers:

    • Introduction & Install
    • Home Screen
    • Read Later
    • Notifications
    • Discover
    • Me
    • Settings & Direct Messages
    • Activity
    • iPhone UI Differences
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