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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

brian mcfadden and kerry katona. Irish pop star Brian McFadden
  • Irish pop star Brian McFadden

  • patrick0brien
    Jul 21, 03:51 PM

    Hit the "Capture Now" button, end your capture with "esc.".

    It should ask you to name the clip.

    You could always "Import" the "Media" folder of iMovie captures too - I primarily use this when I'm capturing analog video that lacks a timecode that FCX can use.

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  • Brian McFadden arrives at

  • TEG
    Dec 6, 03:08 PM
    I have never had a problem with Myspace in Safari. I have always had WMP installed, and I do get errors with WMP10 playlists. I'm also running on an TiBook 500, so if you are still having problems, I suggest installing WMP9, and resetting Safari.


    brian mcfadden and kerry katona. Kerry Katona
  • Kerry Katona

  • pyounderfire
    Apr 24, 12:54 AM
    I knew someone would suggest that... LOL! In user accounts under my name the only thing I see is ituneshelper and some speech thing. But, would ituneshelper prevent my IMac from sleeping, I wonder?



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  • Brian McFadden is getting

  • Apple OC
    Apr 20, 07:47 PM
    Darn ... I never took my empties back to the Beer Store. :cool:


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  • Brian McFadden said blocked by

  • KeithPratt
    Apr 15, 11:58 AM
    Maybe Version 5 is better in saving the correct PAL-solution not adding pixels that are not needed, while recording.

    If you've got your VCR hooked up to a DV camcorder and the DV camcorder attached to your Mac via Firewire, you can think of capturing it in iMovie as a file transfer. The camcorder is encoding the VCR's output to standard PAL DV, and your Mac is just recording that data.

    If you try to do any colour correction or what have you in iMovie, a different engine in different versions might result in different quality. But these versions are so old I don't think you'll find much comparison online � probably best to just suck it and see.

    brian mcfadden and kerry katona. Delta Goodrem amp; Brian McFadden
  • Delta Goodrem amp; Brian McFadden

  • The Black Rock
    Mar 31, 08:25 AM



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  • Lilly-Sue is Kerry Katona#39;s

  • twoodcc
    Jul 25, 03:49 PM
    i need to get on this and download it

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  • Brian McFadden at Madison

  • tsteakuk
    Mar 24, 04:06 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8F190 Safari/6533.18.5)

    Recently update, due to the 5pm delay touchwoods opening will revert back to normal hours on Friday morning, same protocol for queuing but of course it's going to be a long day for some. no word from the touchwood apple store as to how they will handle it to not disgruntle the other stores in the shopping centre, considering previous launches sold out and people moved on later in the day so we will see.if your going let me know and might see you there.


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  • Has Brian McFadden split with

  • telecomm
    Oct 7, 03:28 PM
    In other news, How to Identify Whether the Title of Your Article is Grammar.

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  • Kerry Katona has been

  • FireSokar
    Mar 19, 06:58 PM
    Simple, play dumb. Claim it was there when you got it.


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  • Brian McFadden, who was

  • Cabbit
    Mar 12, 01:37 PM

    Above is a demo of the page i am having problem with, what i want to do is make the search area go all the way to the bottom of the page and grow to always be as such.

    brian mcfadden and kerry katona. First love: Kerry with her
  • First love: Kerry with her

  • lostprophet894
    May 9, 01:25 PM
    I remember this rumor being circulated before the 3G was even released.

    I don't think it'll happen and I don't think it would look good if it did.


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  • rian mcfadden kerry

  • GGJstudios
    Apr 21, 12:41 PM
    If you use it, that won't happen unless you've already clicked on the video to view it.

    I'd provide a list of forum links, but, y'know.....
    I have ClickToFlash enabled and haven't clicked on any video. Yet, the scrolling stops when it hits the edge of the video.

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  • Brian McFadden,

  • alph45
    Apr 15, 04:29 PM
    to be frank, i would wait for the new computer which will have imovie11 bundled. i have no idea what early versions of imovie do to footage on import, but it's probably not nice. If you were using FCP it wouldn't be an issue.

    fyi, mpeg4 is h.264 (kind of). h.264 is actually mpeg4 part 10, but the terms are often used interchangeably. Both however, are delivery formats.

    I would import as DV since it would be the native tape based format and has less compression.


    brian mcfadden and kerry katona. Brian McFadden, Delta Goodrem
  • Brian McFadden, Delta Goodrem

  • furryrabidbunny
    Sep 8, 08:40 PM
    I am leaving the mac world :( I just got a HP computer with a slow celeron and 256 memory. My parents though need a more powerful computer, their 233 mhz beige isn't cutting it. So i am giving them my eMac and using the HP still macs hit intel. This is not going to be fun.

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  • Kerry Katona said she will

  • vincenz
    Apr 13, 11:32 PM
    None of those hard drives in my opinion. Get a Hitachi 500 GB 7200 rpm drive. Best bang for buck. It's quiet, fast, and reliable. There's a reason apple uses them and Toshiba over WD and Seagate. I've had bad experiences with the whole Scorpio line of hard drives. They were always loud and spun up and down at random intervals causing beachballs.


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  • Kerry Katona and Mark Croft in

  • nava
    Jan 26, 03:27 PM
    Yeah, she should get teh MySpace if she doesn't have one already. :)
    Lol, are you being sarcastic?

    brian mcfadden and kerry katona. Kerry Katona is single again
  • Kerry Katona is single again

  • Sun Baked
    Dec 22, 09:09 AM
    Seems there are many good remarks about it on the SpyMac forum


    Sort of interesting to see a couple...

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  • Kerry#39;s spokesman hit back:

  • terzinator
    Apr 13, 09:29 PM
    We have a small graphic design firm... four designers working on Illustrator and InDesign files... files might be 200MB to 1GB, generally. Really varies. Might be a brochure, logo design, packaging, whatever.

    We have a Mac Mini Server running Snow Leopard Server, attached to a Promise RAID. All our files are on this unit. (Backed up regularly, yada yada.) We have a gigabit network, so it's plenty fast to move files around, etc...

    here's the issue/question...

    Our designers generally work on the files "on the server" rather than copy them down to their drives to work. They think it's faster and more efficient, and reduces the chances of extra files being created, or deleting the wrong one, or issues with "which version" is the most current, etc. Copying up and down files takes time, they say.

    I argue (I'm the tech guy, not a designer) that it's asking for trouble. That working "off the server" could create file corruption if there's a network issue, or if there's an issue with a computer that's working on the file, or whathaveyou. I also think it's slow, even though it's a fast network. Any time saved "copying the file up or down" is going to be lost waiting for files to open and save and render and whatnot. I think it's very INefficient. All around, I just think it's a bad idea.

    Whether it's a good idea, or a bad idea, or a standard practice, well, what say you? And if you think it's asking for trouble, what's the best way to deal with stuff like this? A different server? Is there good software that allows for making sure you're working on the current file, etc...? What are other graphic design firms doing in this regard?

    If this isn't the best place for the post, let me know and I'll see if I can have it moved.

    Thanks in advance.

    Dont Hurt Me
    Dec 11, 08:33 AM
    Original Quicksilver had a very poor cooling solution with not much in the way of airflow. The original fan blew out if not mistaken. But that makes little sense in my view. I would have that fan sucking cool air from outside and blowing it across that sink into the system. Even open up a few of those holes on the back with a drill if you must its what i did. The big fan above the hard disc moves air to the outside of the unit. Also i dont know how you feel about this but i have notice manufactors are sloppy and stingy when applying the silicone compound between the cpu & sink. Make sure that CPU is coated 100% before mounting the heat sink. Also Quicksilver came with 2 fan guards on the power supply. One on the unit and one on the case. Remove one of these guards for even better flow of air. For example i had a 1.4 Merc extreme that would run all day at 1.47 after i made these cooling mods. quicksilver for the most part baths the componets in other componets heat and then sends that air across the sink out the system. Reverse that for better cooling. good luck.

    May 18, 05:24 AM
    Just seen this on the bay - the guy won't ship to the UK (and ignored my e-mail asking if he would), so no use to me. However, this one looks like a prototype, so you other collectors might be interested.

    It has apple stickers on the back (maybe just asset tags), but if you look at the photo of the sub, it's definitely a Bose prototype that was sent to apple.

    eBay link (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200470290424&ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT)

    Sep 29, 01:24 PM

    Mar 26, 10:05 AM
    Godfather: Blackhand Edition (the wii version) is really neat... lots of stuff to do, lots of destruction and mayhem... and the wiimote integration is were the game really shines... i never played the original version, but as i understand it, there hass been a good amount added compared to the oringinal xbox version... not to mention over 25 wiimote gestures for executing and intimidating people...

    Lots of additional levels in the Wii version that weren't in the original, as well. Definitely buying this next week.

    Jul 11, 11:43 AM
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