Hi, looking for this bluetooth headset for my iphone. Any idea if it is available in Singapore or else I have to order online. Thanks.
i just checked again. borderfx is available for iphoto as well
BorderFX is a plug-in for adding borders and titles to images, it works with both Aperture and iPhoto.
- Add Borders and Strokes
- Add Drop Shadows
- Add Titles, Copyright & Metadata
- Add a Watermark
- Save settings as Presets
- Export with any Dimensions
- Apply sharpening to images when exporting.
- ColorSync and ICC profile support
have a mac-ful new year to all fellow mac users~~
Licence to shoot.
Can anyone recommend a good and freeware antivirus for Mac Snow Leopard OS?
The best photographer is one who is inspired by the innate nature of his subjects.
happy 2010 to all macheads!!
and hope this year, the fabled apple netbook/tablet will be out... meantime, i'll just hack it.
If Life worked on auto mode then manual mode for photography would have never existed.” ― Deeksha Mittal
just found this thread...hehe..
using the new macbook polycarbonate one..hope ca learn sth new from this thread..
my last iMac is like the alien head one
This is the first time I tried to watch a DVD after I got my iMac.
However, as usual, the Mac DVD player allows only 5 times to set the DVD region. I have DVDs from the US, local, China, etc so this restriction is certainly a hinderance.
Does any of you know a way out of this to get region-free viewing?
I've downloaded VLC player but it doesn't seem to work well on my iMac. Makes a grinding sound as it tries to read the DVD without success.
Thanks for the help...
Region-coding is definitely a bitch. If you dont mind the wait, rip it to your harddisk first with Handbrake, then watch it in full glory on your tv and home theatre with WD TV.
There are trojans that can be built into JPEG files but only unpatched systems would be affected at all and I've yet to see a JPEG crafted specifically for Macs. Of course, you might pass that file onto someone else using Windows, which would be a problem.
If you don't know the difference, viruses work without any help. Trojans require the user to do something extra and on Mac OS X, you must give your administration authorisation to help them work.
A more likely case of cross-system contamination is a Microsoft Word virus, but not all of those work so well and with MS Office 2008 for Mac, there is no Visual BASIC for Applications, so no MS Office viruses work.
There have also been a number of security issues with Adobe Acrobat and Reader, but a Mac user doesn't need Reader at all since Preview can handle the same files.
Thanks peterpan and germboi.
Peterpan: I've tried VLC. But it doesn't work well with my new iMac with Snow Leopard. When I tried to open my DVDs, the DVD player tried hard to read the disc and produced some repeated "grinding" sound which didn't sound nice. There's nothing wrong with my DVDs.
Germboi: Ok I will try Xineplayer. You using it? Any issues?
Region coding is definitely a bitch like you say. Whoever started it... I don't know what's on his or her mind. Don't they know we do watch DVDs from so many different countries? And I don't even have pirated ones!
Just want to know where to buy additional RAM for the iMAC(late 09)? Thanks!