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Pixelmator & Pixelmator Photo

Date : 10th July 2020

Duration: 35:35

Show ref: SCOM0959

When it comes to editing photos or creating more elaborate compositions, there are a lot of excellent app choices for iOS and iPadOS these days.

This week, Rosemary takes you on a tour of of the latest versions of Pixelmator and Pixelmator Photo for iPad. Whether you like to enhance your existing photos using filters and repair tools, or create a composition using layers and various graphical elements, these two companion apps have got you covered.

Tip - Managing Video Clips with QuickTime

Date : 2nd June 2020

Duration: 08:23

Show ref: SCOM0948

When working with videos, we don't always have time to fire iMovie or Final Cut Pro to edit and export our home movies. Whilst Photos gives you a few bits of functionality, QuickTime Player offers quite a bit more.

In this tip, Don shows you how to string together several movies using the QuickTime app on your Mac. You also learn useful single-key shortcuts (the same ones pro video editors use!) to play and trim your movies, or watch a ScreenCastsOnline tutorial.

HoudahGeo 6

Date : 10th April 2020

Duration: 55:41

Show ref: SCOM0933

Modern-day photo management usually involves choosing an app and then managing all of the metadata for your photos within it. Using that metadata across applications is sometimes problematic because that information lives inside the original application and cannot always be shared easily.

HoudahGeo 6 is a program that streamlines the process of adding geocode and other metadata to your files. It can communicate with photo apps like Photos and Lightroom to make sure any changes made to your files show up inside those applications as well.

After demonstrating how to get your photos in the application, Todd Olthoff covers all of the geocoding and metadata options, how to add that data to your files, and then shows you how to send this information back to your photo library.

Tip - Zoom

Date : 7th April 2020

Duration: 41:57

Show ref: SCOM0932

Zoom is an extremely popular video conferencing application, that is used by the British government for press conferences, as well as by schools, universities, and businesses around the world.

In this special tip show, Rosemary shows you how to configure Zoom and quickly host your first meeting, even before creating an account. She then goes on to show you many of its great features including the ability to schedule recurring meetings, create templates that make hosting the same type of meeting or webinar more efficient, how to use the built-in chat, and much, much more. You also learn the many settings Zoom offers to customize your experience.

Some privacy-sensitive issues where Zoom installed a local server on your Mac, or the iOS app sending data to Facebook, have both been resolved and should no longer be a concern for users.

Tip - Peek-a-View

Date : 31st March 2020

Duration: 07:58

Show ref: SCOM0930

This week, Rosemary tells you all about Peek-a-View, an app designed to let you show your photos to others, but without the risk of them deleting or sharing your images. When combined with Guided Access mode on iOS, Peek-a-View becomes a view-only photo collection that's perfect for toddlers.

Luminar 4 - Part 2

Date : 13th March 2020

Duration: 48:53

Show ref: SCOM0925

There are many photo management and editing applications on the market, including Adobe's Lightroom and Apple's Photos. When it comes to combining managing and editing images, it's important to look at the features that you value most so you can choose the application that is right for you. Luminar 4 from Skylum is another entry into this market. It boasts some unique features that fill-in gaps in other applications.

In the second episode of this two-part series, Todd gives you an overview of his favorite editing tools. You learn how masks and layers can be used to handle specific edits in a photo, how to export your images, as well as backing up your catalog. Luminar 4 can also be used as a plugin for other photo applications (such as Apple's Photos) and Todd walks you through that workflow.

Capto

Date : 21st February 2020

Duration: 47:50

Show ref: SCOM0919

In this week's episode you learn about Capto, a versatile and feature-rich utility for capturing screenshots and recording screencasts.

Using Capto, you can capture an entire web page and catalog those screenshots right inside its built-in library. Taking screenshots of application menus, as well as floating panels is also very easy. Allison shows you the many screencasting features also available inside the application, including the ability to record your webcam along with your computer's desktop. After going through the many annotation tools available to enhance your captures, she wraps up with a look at exporting them.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Luminar 4 - Part 1

Date : 14th February 2020

Duration: 38:50

Show ref: SCOM0917

There are many photo management and editing applications on the market, including Adobe's Lightroom and Apple's Photos. When it comes to combining managing and editing images, it's important to look at the features that you value most so you can choose the application that is right for you.

Luminar 4 from Skylum is another entry into this market. It boasts some unique features that address some missing features in other applications. In this first of two episodes, Todd shows you how to get started with Luminar 4 including setup, how to import and organize your photos, as well as some of its basic editing features.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

If this is the case, more recent tutorials with the tag photovideo will be displayed above.

Tip - Adding Captions to Video

Date : 4th February 2020

Duration: 10:59

Show ref: SCOM0914

It's 2020 and all videos should have subtitles or captions. These can assist both non-native language viewers and the hearing impaired, and also help optimise your video engagement.

Rather than laboriously typing out your voiceovers and other sounds into captions, Don shows you how easy and cost-effective it is to use an online service called Rev. Once you have your captions back, he demonstrates using HandBrake to generate video files with either embedded or burned in captions.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Tip - Pulltube

Date : 7th January 2020

Duration: 09:25

Show ref: SCOM0906

In this tip video, Lee shows you how to use Pulltube, a macOS application that can retrieve video files from a variety of online sources and download them to your Mac for offline viewing. Lee explains how to download videos, convert them to different file formats, use browser extensions, and more. You also learn about various useful settings inside of Pulltube.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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ScreenFlow 9 Update

Date : 29th November 2019

Duration: 26:52

Show ref: SCOM0895

ScreenFlow is the ultimate video production tool for screencasting and is the core tool we use every day here at ScreenCastsOnline to record and edit our weekly shows. Since recording the ScreenFlow 8 Foundation course in early 2019, Telestream has released ScreenFlow 9, a major update to this amazing application.

In this update episode, Don walks you through all of the new features of version 9, which turns ScreenFlow from a niche screencast production tool to a fully-featured video recorder and non-linear editor, capable of tackling most video projects.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Tip - Photos on iOS

Date : 5th November 2019

Duration: 08:20

Show ref: SCOM0888

iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 have brought many new features to the Photos app. In this tip video, Don takes a look at navigation, organisation, search, and gives an overview of the various editing controls.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Tip - Picsew for iOS

Date : 1st October 2019

Duration: 06:52

Show ref: SCOM0878

In this tip video, Lee shows off Picsew, a fantastic image editor for iOS that focuses on stitching together multiple images, either from the camera, or using screenshots.

Using Picsew, you can also crop images, add annotations and watermarks, capture images from a web browser, and much more.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

If this is the case, more recent tutorials with the tag photovideo will be displayed above.

Luminar 3

Date : 16th August 2019

Duration: 55:53

Show ref: SCOM0865

When it comes to photo editing and organization there are a number of applications in the market including Adobe's Lightroom and Apple's Photos application.

Luminar 3 is another entry into this market, that brings along some unique features. It includes a photo management system that stays in sync with your photos in the Finder and includes some advanced and modern editing tools that you just won't find in other photo editing apps.

In this screencast, Todd walks you through managing your photos in Luminar 3 and then covers some of the many editing tools available in the app. He also shows you how this flexible program can be used as a plug-in within Photos, and how to back up your Luminar catalog.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

If this is the case, more recent tutorials with the tag photovideo will be displayed above.

ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 3

Date : 5th April 2019

Duration: 37:54

Show ref: SCOM0827

The third and final part of our look at ScreenFlow 8, the fantastic video editor, optimised for creating, editing and publishing screencasts.

In this episode, Don takes a look at some of the more advanced features including nested clips and captioning.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 2

Date : 8th March 2019

Duration: 45:08

Show ref: SCOM0819

ScreenFlow 8 is an amazing all-in-one solution for the capturing, editing and exporting of screencasts. This is a fantastic way for you to capture and spread knowledge, whether it's for friends, family, colleagues or even documenting processes or procedures for yourself.

Although both iOS 12 and macOS Mojave already have built-in capabilities for recording your screen, they are fairly rudimentary. ScreenFlow is truly optimised for screen captures and is also a full-featured video editor in its own right.

Due to the complexity and feature-rich nature of ScreenFlow, we're going to spread the tutorial over three episodes: the first episode, SCOM0815, introduced the basics of ScreenFlow. In Part 2, Don covers more hints and tips on working with clips on the timeline, gives you a tour of several of the inspectors, and shows you how they integrate with your screencasting and editing workflow.

The series will conclude in a couple of weeks with the third and final episode, where we'll look at some of the more advanced features in ScreenFlow 8.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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ScreenFlow 8 Foundation - Part 1

Date : 22nd February 2019

Duration: 47:16

Show ref: SCOM0815

ScreenFlow 8 is an amazing all-in-one solution for the capturing, editing and exporting of screencasts. Screencasts are a fantastic way for you to capture and spread knowledge, whether it's for friends, family, colleagues or even documenting processes or procedures for yourself.

Both iOS and macOS Mojave already have built-in capabilities for capturing screencasts, but these are fairly rudimentary. ScreenFlow is a full-featured video editor in its own right but is optimised for screen captures.

Due to the complexity and feature-rich nature of ScreenFlow, we're going to spread the tutorial over three episodes. This first part looking at the basics of ScreenFlow, followed in a couple of weeks with a second and third episode highlighting and explaining some of the more advanced features.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

If this is the case, more recent tutorials with the tag photovideo will be displayed above.

Aurora HDR 2019

Date : 4th January 2019

Duration: 52:00

Show ref: SCOM0801

If you have ever tried to take a photograph that includes a bright sky and a dark foreground or one in a lowlight situation, you know the frustration in trying to figure out how to expose for various light scenarios. It can be difficult to do, even for professionals. This is where High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography comes into play.

This week, Todd explains what HDR photography is and shows us how to take multiple exposure or bracketed photos to get an optimal exposure. You also learn how to blend these photos using the Aurora HDR 2019 app on the Mac, as well as editing the resulting image and then sharing it as a print or for digital use.

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Tip - Manage Photos with BestPhotos

Date : 1st January 2019

Duration: 06:11

Show ref: SCOM0800

Photos on iOS is great for accessing your photos on the go, but managing your library or making batch edits can be a pain.

In this week's tip, Mike shows you how to make easy edits on multiple photos using BestPhotos for iOS. You find out how to quickly delete photos or mark them as favorites, add location metadata, as well as clean up "accidental videos".

It is possible that this tutorial may have been superseded based on its original release date.

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Tip - iCloud Shared Albums

Date : 18th December 2018

Duration: 05:11

Show ref: SCOM0796

The holidays are the perfect time to share photos with the people closest to you using the Shared Albums feature in iCloud Photos.

In this week's tip video, Mike shows you how to set one up, add your favorite photos, then invite friends and family to view it. He also goes over the Public Website option so your album is accessible from a web browser on any device.