Subscribe to the MacMost Now video podcast.
Subscribe to the MacAnswers audio podcast.
Sign up to get our weekly email newsletter.
Video Podcast: MacMost Now 866: Compress Video and Audio With the Finder
The OS X Finder offers simple options to compress video and audio files. You can use this to quickly re-compress these files before archiving them or sending them to others. These simple functions only work with some file types and offer limited options. (more...)
This Week In Mac: 50 Billion Apps, Cook To Speak To Senators
Another slow week allows Apple’s self-promotional 50 billionth app sale contest to top the news. The lucky guy from Ohio who downloaded an app from the App Store at just the right moment won a $10,000 gift card. This milestone puts a spotlight on the overwhelming success of the iOS App Store. It has transformed [...] (more...)
Cartoons: I'm Going To Have To Call Your Parents
“I’m very disappointed. In the past you have scored 95% or better on your tests. But this time you scored only 94%. I’m going to have to call your parents.” Stock market analysts would not make good grade school teachers. (more...)
Video Podcast: MacMost Now 865: iPhoto Export Options
There are a variety of ways to export a photo from iPhoto. Using the File, Export function you can decide which file format to use and set the quality and size. Learn how to use the various options and see a comparison between image quality settings. (more...)
Video Podcast: MacMost Now 864: Rulers and Guides
Rulers and guides can be found in page layout and graphics apps. You can use them to precisely align objects on a page. Learning to use rulers and guides can make it easier and quicker to create professional designs. You can use them in apps like Pages, Keynote, Pixelmator, Photoshop and more. (more...)
You can set custom vibration patterns for your iPhone to use in addition to custom ringtones. You can use these vibrations to tell who is calling you, or what type of alert you have received. You can also set your phone to blink the LED flash so you can see an alert in addition to [...] (more...)
This Week In Mac: Mac Apps Move Into the Cloud
Adobe has been offering its suite of apps by subscription for a while now. But this week Adobe announced future versions will only be available through their Creative Cloud service by paying a monthly or annual fee, not as products purchased once per version release. Microsoft switched to a similar model this year for Mac [...] (more...)