1. Reviews
    Mac Gems: VideoDrive makes video file conversions easy

    If you buy or rent movies from the iTunes Store, you’re already using iTunes as your preferred media organiser and player, especially if iTunes...

  2. Help
    Using video playlists on the iPhone/iPod touch

    iTunes has always treated videos differently, and it may not be immediately obvious how to make video playlists. The good news: iTunes does allow...

  3. Blogs
    Xbox 360 service improvements put Apple TV to shame

    Microsoft’s new plans to enhance its Xbox 360 video game console’s potential as a home entertainment hub may ultimately put pressure on Apple...

  4. Help
    Use QuickTime Player to create a video wall

    Have you ever wanted to create a “video wall” on your Mac—that is, fill your screen with a bunch of different video clips, all playing at the...

  5. News
    More Americans play video games than go to movies

    I thought the revelation that video gamers outnumbered cinema goers was old news, but maybe only partly so. According to a new NPD Group report,...

  6. Help
    Mac mini media centre: Configuring Front Row

    In the first part of our look at the digital media capabilities of the Mac mini, I looked at upgrading my $1049 Mac mini as the first step in it...

  7. Help
    HD camcorders: The perfect camcorder

    There’s now a wide variety of affordable HD camcorders on the market, with many fantastic features (see our buyer's guide for all the details). But...

  8. Reviews
    NEW: BoinxTV lets you capture Skype, iChat for video interviews

    Boinx Software on Thursday announced the release of BoinxTV 1.2, a new version of its live video production software for Mac OS X. It costs $US500...

  9. Reviews
    NEW: Vuzix offers ‘Works with iPhone’ cables for video eyewear

    Vuzix on Thursday announced iPhone compatibility for its line of video goggles. The cable costs $US40 ($A60), and will be bundled with Vuzix’s...

  10. News
    iSubtitle makes your videos readable

    For those that prefer to read their television and movies—c’mon, it’s as close as some of us get to literature—Apple’s been supporting subtitles...

  11. News
    iTunes Genius now online for TV shows, movies

    If you’ve been holed up in darkness for the past couple weeks since the release of iTunes 8.1, you can finally come out: the light of Genius will...

  12. Blogs
    Apple TV’s missed opportunity

    Last week's announcement of HD movies sales being added to the iTunes Store (in the US, at least) may have been good news for consumers of Apple-supplied...

  13. Help
    An iPhone remote for a media-centre Mac

    I've been impatiently waiting for the arrival of the new Mac Mini, so I could run out and buy one to use as my living-room media centre. So on Tuesday,...

  14. Help
    Add new locations to iMovie ’09

    One of iMovie ’09’s more intriguing new features is the ability to easily create an animated travel map. Choose your map style from the Maps...

  15. News
    Multiplex manages ripped DVDs

    Currently in public beta, Multiplex is a Mac OS X application that helps you managed libraries of “ripped” movies. It’s priced at $US25 ($A39)...

  16. News
    MobileMe adds large file sharing

    I find myself conflicted. For years I’ve been told that sharing is good—well, up until I started hearing that file sharing was bad. But what...

  17. Blogs
    The video industry just doesn’t get it

    As a consumer of audio and video in many forms—CDs, DVDs, and online purchases—I find it interesting to watch as the various media businesses...

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