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  • Cox Orange
    Apr 15, 01:39 PM
    Thanks to both of you.

    to get your VHS source onto your computer it would have to be digitized first. So either you digitized the video or someone did it for you. How this was done determines the base quality of your DIGITAL source. It can't be better than your source, but it can be converted to a more useful or less useful digital format (h.264 = more / mpeg2 = less for example).

    Ah, I'm stupid. Actually I knew this, do not know how I forgot it when explaining what I am asking. I forgot that I know, that it is the hooked up hardware that changes the source from analogue to digital. Why else should I use this type of thing here called "A/D-converter". (Btw, the A/D-converter I am using is ADVC-300 via firewire and some times EyeTV250 via USB).
    I can't explain to myself why I mixed up the hardware's job with what the software does. :o:confused:

    it seems your asking how imovie handles video import for various versions.
    Yes, that's it.
    ...but i can tell your quoting some rather old versions ...
    I am using Vers. 3 and 5, because I have two PPC-Macs, that I possess for a long time, but never had any need to use iMovie before. I use my Macs 5-6 years (from the day on they were bought). The next buy (first Intel) is actually due, but I am still procrastinating it, but decided to start saving my VHS to an external disk better now then later and so I use my PPC-Macs with the old versions of iMovie they came with.

    Noise filtering would be a filter...that's a post process.... - in the software not the hardware, ok.

    Have no idea what a "line time base" is.
    ah, baseline time correction was the word I was searching for. ADVC uses TBC, EyeTV not. I thought Maybe iMovie does this too, on the fly.

    In iMovieHD 5 you can choose that it saves the incoming material as mpeg4. I do not mean the converting to mpeg4 or whatever type after editing (chopping parts in between and all that stuff).
    I thought the ADVC-300 changes the analogue one to DV and iMovie puts it in mpeg4.
    After that I would cut/edit the film and convert it to h.264.
    I choose to let iMovie5 record as DV, because I could not see the sense in capturing it as mpeg4, when I plan to convert it to h.264 afterwords.

    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.

    Ok, thanks.

    I am assuming this now, (right?): If I plan to save the films on an external disk and convert them to h.264 later, it does not affect the quality, if I use DV coming from iMovie2 or 5.
    1. capture VHS in iMovie
    2. save them to disk
    3. forget about them
    4. buy an Intel-Mac at the end of the year (because I do not want my PPC spend nights with converting DV to h.264
    5. open DV file on external disk in mpegstreamclip(converter-app) on new Intel Mac, choose "convert to h.264", setting bitrate and everything I like.

    It does not matter if iMovie2 saved it as DV or iMovie5 saved it as DV, right?

    PS: I know, me using an ADVC-300 after my questions, sounds like a kid with one guitar lesson playing a Gibson guitar. :)

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  • TheMonarch
    Sep 9, 08:01 PM
    I don't want to be the repost police, but sorry, repost...

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  • DanTheMan
    Dec 22, 10:38 AM
    The Denison unit seems good enough, but I don't like the dock....bulky.

    I'd prefer the solution Monster has come up with, that is, just a cable to connect to the iPod...no dock.

    I wonder what the prices are like for the Denison ice>Link is. $200 for the Monster solution seems pretty steep.

    You can get the Denision unit without the dock too, just the cable. Same price either way though.

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  • King Cobra
    Sep 8, 06:48 PM
    Apple made it clear last year in August that they were not going to have any new hardware at the Paris Expo (2001). They most likely will do the same again this year.

    BTW, when is the expo? Seriously...

    If there isn't going to be new hardware, then, ladies and gentlemen, let's take a look at the software department. There is the possibility of iCal and iSync to follow up to iPod OS 1.2 and Jaguar, along with the possibility of an iMovie/FCP update. I would pay close attention to a possible iPhoto 2 at Paris, though, as I think it will provide the option to load specific pics, instead of just dumping everything on your camera onto your computer.


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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 25, 06:21 PM
    That is not really a cracked software you use, as cracking software involves cracking.
    Do not post software serial numbers or keys or refer people to specific websites, software, or techniques whose purpose is to break or bypass software licensing methods, distribute cracks, or obtain or use commercial software or media in violation of its license and/or for copyright violation. Do not ask for or give such help.

    from http://guides.macrumors.com/Help:Forum_Rules#Things_Not_to_Do

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  • calvol
    Apr 22, 03:10 PM
    Skype caused my 13-UMBA CPU temp to rise to 80C, installed Coolbook and now runs about 70-73C. Normal CPU temp at idle is 43C, and 38C with Coolbook (at .92v settings). Interestingly, when I run Skype on my Dell Latitude with an i5-540M processor/4MBram, the CPU only heats up from 50C to 55C. So the Skype temp effect is much greater on the MBA, probably because of the C2D is working harder.

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  • iCaleb
    Sep 14, 06:51 PM
    Ok I was down by are pond and I caught this strange thing and put it in a bucket.
    And that lump kinda freaked me out.......What the heck is it??




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  • anjaki
    Aug 22, 08:23 PM
    You could always try adding a few frames to get it to run smoother.

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  • Clipse79
    Jun 5, 12:52 PM
    I`m a little new to some of the Mac World and this weekend. When do things like the new iphone and ipod touch show up in the stores if announced this weekend?


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  • alukado
    Apr 29, 12:58 AM
    I bought this via slickgate (http://www.slickgate.com/gevey-turbo-sim-unlock-for-iphone-4-ios-41-42-43_p990.html) for $10 and it worked perfectly on my ip4 with baseband 03.10.

    Just pop in the sim w/gevey and then wait for it to load up, it gives you the instructions on the screen, hit accept, dail 112 wait till the screen changes and then count to 3 after that hang up and turn on airplane mode and wait till it says no SIM (pop up) and then turn off airplane mode, you get a few more pop ups and then bham its unlocked until you restart

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  • old-wiz
    May 4, 06:50 PM
    BBB ratings are no longer very reliable. You can get rid of a bad rating by buying advertising from BBB. I never trust a BBB rating anymore.


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  • maflynn
    Nov 12, 10:29 AM
    We have an OSX forum, to discuss OS related issue, why not for iOS.

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  • alex_ant
    Jul 26, 12:09 AM
    Only 4 Xserves? That might explain why I couldn't connect to either of the keynote streams. :)


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  • MartyMacLord
    Apr 26, 10:26 AM
    Searched for iStopmotion in the appstore?

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  • Mechcozmo
    Nov 13, 01:03 PM
    Sort of like Wikipedia's page of requested articles and how long they have been requested for? Sure.


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  • SmilesLots
    Apr 14, 04:11 PM
    Seems that Safari or network is about 10% what it used to be in speed. I recently add the MacUpdate Spring Promo package, and seems some of the programs are POC. Not sure if this is part of the problem because the slowdown happened beore that install I think.

    OK. Used Tech Tool Pro. All smart status checks ok. All 6 disks check ok. So not a disk problem since it happens on all disks.

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  • iMac0765
    Jul 23, 08:55 PM
    1. Go here: http://www.felixbruns.de/iPod/firmware/

    2. Scroll down until you see "iPhone / iPod touch / iPad"

    3. Click the drop down menu and look for "iPod Touch __G 3.1.2 7D11" *

    4. Download the file and save it somewhere you remember

    5. Open iTunes and plug in your iPod Touch normally.

    6. Go into the iPod summary page and look for the "Restore button"

    7. While holding the "Ctrl" key on your keyboard, click the "Restore" button

    8. A window will pop up asking to locate the .ipa (The file you downloaded)

    9. Select it and open it. It will now downgrade.

    10. Congrats you are now on the faster 3.1.2!

    *Fill the blank with the generation number.

    If you have a flat back, then it's the first generation (1G)
    If you have a curved back, and MB model number, it's the second generation (2G)
    If you have a curved back and MC model number, it's the third generation (3G)

    All 3.1.2 firmwares will be 7D11.

    Hope this helps.

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  • MmmPancakes
    Sep 26, 12:24 PM
    Yes. The Shuffle will indeed work as a jump drive between Windows and Mac boxes.

    I have a Mac at work, and a pc at home. I work as a PR writer, so I regularly use my 1 gig Shuffle to bridge the two computers: Word docs, Entourage/Outlook e-mail archives, etc. Never had a problem.

    Dec 15, 05:46 PM
    Are we talking Aluminium or Titanium here?Aluminum. And I got it last May, so its whatever Revision that is.

    Nov 22, 03:32 PM
    Originally posted by edvniow

    Woah there.
    jefhatfield left for awhile, but he couldn't bear to stay away for too long. I haven't seen anyone named Kela since I got here and I've heard numerous times that spikey was banned forever.

    I think Spikey got banned for obscene posts or something like that. Never heard of Kela.

    Nov 24, 10:31 PM
    Hey All

    Never mind... My kid showed he where it is... Getting OLD and even MORE BLIND...hahaha



    Oct 1, 07:46 AM
    So is everyone gonna have to change their checkout page from "buy this song" to "license this song"?

    So it will be interesting if the licencing allows the user to hold the content without a licence (just as a car can be held without having a driving licence).

    This means that content could be distributed legally without the need of distributors. Then only when you listen to it do you require a licence to listen to it.

    No copyright theft, just unlicenced use. So will the record industry attempt to become the sole licence issuer - you can bet on it..

    Although that does not prevent the licence from stating that you cannot copy it etc. So what's interesting is - who is going to read the billion different licences that will now bombard the user? This is a change without the rules inplace to protect the public. This has now made the purchasing of music online unfeasable for the public user and you will have to buy through a provider because of the legal minefield.

    That is *if* you have agreed to the licence. Is there a law requiring you to have a licence to listen to music? Not that I'm aware of... it would then fall on the music owner to prove on each case that you're an unlicenced individual and that they have to then show how much they'd loose in revenue to the judge... so the value (cost per track) is really low although you may end up with the legal fees..

    Or am I barking up the wrong tree?

    Sep 27, 08:37 PM
    I would just take oral sex over the RAM, but that's just me I guess. :D
    RAM lasts longer.

    (No, that's not just me boasting... ;) )

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