If you have ever tried to import downloaded video files intro iTunes you would have discovered that most files will not work. This is a problem if your primary reason for importing the video into iTunes is to be able to transfer it to your various “i” devices or if you just want to leverage the organisation of the iTunes library.
Alright, so here is the pilot episode of Ask MacTalk. Each week we will answer 5 user questions related to Apple, Tech and the like. You can find it here
Why I Love Mac Apps
After switching to the Mac 2 years ago I found out that compared to windows application which are often very functional, they have no style and are not the most pleasing to look at. I don’t know what it is, but Mac developers just seem to make their apps and websites look both amazing and extremely functional. A couple of really nice posts that highlight this can be found here and here, both from appstorm.com
Services and Automation
So after discovering this awesome Mac Podcast, Mac Power Users, I’ve started dabbling with Mac’s Automator to create some nice services and applications. One App that I finally got to work was a workflow that opens up a dmg saved onto my computer then transfers downloaded torrent files and subsequently closes the open dmg.
What can I say but WOW! These headphones are amazing, I had the chance to head into Store DJ today and have a listen and the sound was pristine, brilliant highs and heart pumping lows. The isolation is another key point, you can barely hear youself talk when wearing these. The construction is sturdy and they are as light as the Sony MDR-V6’s that I currently own (a big selling point). The $400+ price tag is worth it and I can’t wait to buy these.Amazing