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Tip - Play

Date : 10th May 2022

Duration: 15:19

Show ref: SCOM1150

The brains behind the MusicHarbor app on iOS, Marcos Tanaka, has switched gears from audio to video, with a Universal application called Play that allows you to find and catalogue YouTube videos for future viewing. In this short video, Lee goes through its features using his iPad, including the ability to organise your favourites using tags as well as descriptions.

Luminar Neo

Date : 29th April 2022

Duration: 35:30

Show ref: SCOM1147

There are a lot of photo editors on the market but many require you to know some advanced skills like layering and masking to make the changes you want in your images. That's where Luminar Neo by Skylum Software comes in.

This AI-driven tool looks at the photo as a whole to perform some really impressive photo edits by simply moving a few sliders. Todd gets you started with this modern software package, a direct descendant of Luminar 4.

NeoFinder 8

Date : 11th March 2022

Duration: 37:26

Show ref: SCOM1133

NeoFinder is an application that allows you to create catalogues of your hard drives, SSDs, USB drives, DVDs, CDs, Blu-rays, NAS drives, etc. Pretty much any external storage device can be analyzed for future searching inside a stand-alone database. Add metadata, create Smart Folders, geotag photos, and much more. NeoFinder really is a fantastic cataloguing solution and Don takes you on a tour of its interface and features in this screencast.

Tip - Gemini on iOS

Date : 1st March 2022

Duration: 07:20

Show ref: SCOM1130

In this ScreenCastsOnline debut, Darcy showcases a few features from Macpaw's Gemini Photos, an app that he uses to manage his digital photo collection. This utility is equally efficient at sorting videos by size, extracting blurry photos, as well as revealing duplicates, all in their respective groups, so you can regain space on your device and on iCloud.

Adobe Lightroom

Date : 25th February 2022

Duration: 34:02

Show ref: SCOM1129

Adobe has been hard at work refining their suite of photo management and editing products. Lightroom (formerly Lightroom CC) has seen a number of major edits over the last few years. In fact in many ways Lightroom has caught up to the Lightroom Classic application, making it a more viable option for photographers to use who are on the go. With Todd as your guide, you discover how Lightroom has evolved and take a peek at many of its recent improvements.

FotoMagico 6

Date : 18th February 2022

Duration: 35:29

Show ref: SCOM1127

One of the best ways to commemorate a special occasion is by producing a compelling slideshow with music. FotoMagico from Boinx Software is an app for iPad and Mac designed just for making slideshows. As you get to know FotoMagico, you’ll quickly realize that it’s highly capable with many advanced features. Allison focuses on the Mac in this screencast as she walks you through the creation of a slideshow in FotoMagico 6.

LumaFusion

Date : 25th January 2022

Duration: 32:50

Show ref: SCOM1120

LumaFusion won the 2021 App of the Year award from Apple, and rightly so! With its wide range of video editing tools, LumaFusion brings desktop-class video editing and exporting to the iPad and iPhone. Don covers the basics of creating and editing a video project in LumaFusion. It may look intimidating at first, but once you learn the fundamentals it's really simple to produce some amazing videos on iPad.

Parallels Toolbox Update

Date : 31st December 2021

Duration: 39:44

Show ref: SCOM1113

Parallels Toolbox is a menu bar app that includes 40 small utility apps. Many of these tools can be found as standalone programs elsewhere, but the magic of Parallels Toolbox is that they're bundled in one consistent interface, right at your fingertips.

With Allison as your guide, you discover Parallels Toolbox and how useful it can be in your day to day computing tasks.

Tip - PhotoSync

Date : 26th October 2021

Duration: 13:13

Show ref: SCOM1094

This week Don revisits PhotoSync, an old faithful and still his go-to app for transferring images and videos between multiple devices and destinations.

Instead of relying on slow clunky iCloud sync to transfer media from your iPhone to your Mac, PhotoSync does it in a split second. You can also set up different types of triggers to automatically back up new photos and videos from your iPhone to multiple locations, and Don shows you real-world examples in this screencast.

Media Apps in Monterey

Date : 22nd October 2021

Duration: 42:22

Show ref: SCOM1093

macOS Monterey includes several applications to help you manage and enjoy various types of media. This week, Todd walks you through the main features of the Music, Podcasts, TV, and Books apps on the Mac. These apps have gone through some subtle but important changes over the last few years and this fresh look brings you up to speed.

Todd also covers the benefits of AirPlay 2 for sharing audio throughout your home.

Digitising Photos

Date : 20th August 2021

Duration: 32:24

Show ref: SCOM1075

Faced with the gargantuan task of digitising thousands of photos, Don decided to make this project-based tutorial to assist if you are ever faced with such a task. The secret is the speed and quality of scanning along with capable automation tools to make the whole process easier.

In this screencast, Don takes you on a tour of his chosen method along with the tools he uses along the way, from scanning his images all the way to a final import into Photos.

Tip - More Useful Zoom Tricks

Date : 17th August 2021

Duration: 08:05

Show ref: SCOM1074

This week, Tim is back with three more Zoom tips that can take your experience further, especially when you are the host. You learn about the vanishing pen, how to use the live transcripts feature, then take a closer look at statistics and what they can tell you.

Tip - Useful Zoom Tricks

Date : 3rd August 2021

Duration: 07:28

Show ref: SCOM1070

Videoconferencing has seen a big surge in the last couple of years and has become an integral part of how many of us get work done and interact with the world around us.

Tim Stringer has been a Zoom power user for a long time, and in this week's tip show, he shares 3 ways you can get more out of your Zoom sessions.

Preview In Depth

Date : 9th July 2021

Duration: 34:25

Show ref: SCOM1063

Preview is a long-standing core application on macOS that is frequently overlooked in favor of more feature-rich, often costly programs. It is a great utility for viewing and annotating both PDF files and images alike.

In this video, Lee shows you the basics of Preview and highlights little-known annotation functions, such as Mask and Loupe effects.

Pixelmator Pro Update

Date : 11th June 2021

Duration: 36:04

Show ref: SCOM1055

Pixelmator has been around as a photo editor on the Mac for quite some time. With the addition of Pixelmator Pro, the developers took a leap forward in making an advanced application that, for many people, can be a Photoshop replacement.

Todd last covered Pixelmator Pro in 2018. Since then there have been a number of important updates that he thought were important to go over. In this screencast, he shows you the new features including the improved machine learning adjustments like auto-enhancing, denoise, matching colors, and more. You also learn about the many export options Pixelmator offers, and much more.

Acorn 7 First Look

Date : 30th April 2021

Duration: 31:16

Show ref: SCOM1043

Despite having used Acorn for many years, this is the first time Don has covered it on ScreenCastsOnline. Acorn is a powerhouse of an image editor but is also capable of doing some simple, basic functions, which is how he tends to use it.

In this episode, Don takes a look at some of the basic features of Acorn 7 and how he uses it for some typical image editing tasks.

Screenium 3 Advanced

Date : 26th March 2021

Duration: 32:45

Show ref: SCOM1033

Allison introduced you to Synium Software's Screenium 3 as an excellent app for screencasting in a previous show (SCOM1029) and showed you some basic functionality.

In this advanced tutorial, you learn many useful techniques and tools to take your screencast to the next level. These include recording Apple TV's user interface, multi-language generated speech and subtitles, animating shapes, text, and other objects, as well as more advanced configurations for the keyboard, desktop, and mouse clicks.

Screenium 3 Basics

Date : 12th March 2021

Duration: 30:29

Show ref: SCOM1029

Screenium is inexpensive, and yet a remarkably capable video recording and editing application, perfect for making professional screencasts. It is so extensive in fact that we're going to give you this basic tutorial, followed by an advanced tutorial at a later date.

In this first part, Allison goes over the interface and explains in detail how to configure Screenium. You also learn how the timeline works, see how transitions and chapter markers are created, and more.

Photos on Big Sur

Date : 25th December 2020

Duration: 46:49

Show ref: SCOM1007

Finding the right solution for working with your photos on the Mac can be difficult with many options available on the App Store. One of the best options already exists on every Mac: Photos.

Photos has been growing over the past few years, adding more features and options for organizing, editing, and sharing your images. Since we haven't had a look at Photos in a while, this week Todd is giving you a fresh tour of the app running in macOS 11 Big Sur.

On behalf of all of us at ScreenCastsOnline to all who celebrate it, Merry Christmas.

Halide Mark II

Date : 18th December 2020

Duration: 33:12

Show ref: SCOM1005

Halide Mark II is a camera application that gives manual control over shutter speed and ISO on your iPhone, giving you more flexibility over these two important aspects of exposure. There are also unique settings that allow you to capture both RAW and JPEG images at the same time.

In this screencast, Todd explains what the exposure triangle is so you can better appreciate the manual controls at your fingertips. After getting a tour of the app's interface, you dive deeper into the controls and settings available in Halide Mark II so you can take full advantage of all it has to offer.

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