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Mac 911: Making DVDs from old iMovie projects and slideshows

March 16th, 2015 No comments

I still remember the glorious day when I first encountered writable CDs.

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Mac 911: Making DVDs from old iMovie projects and slideshows

Everything you need to know about ripping DVDs with subtitles

February 16th, 2015 No comments

If you like watching foreign movies, you may find that, when seeking out new films, you can only get the movie you want in a version without subtitles. This is great if you’re bi- or multi-lingual, but if not, you really need to know what the actors are saying. In this article, I’m going to look at subtitles: how you can play them in movies that already contain them, how you can add them to …

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The 10 best travel movies

January 10th, 2015 No comments

From Lost in Translation to the Motorcycle Diaries. Here are the 20 best travel-based movies.

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The 10 best travel movies

How to automatically add movies to your Mac media server

July 28th, 2014 No comments

Reader Jason Enns would like to streamline his media acquisition workflow. He writes: I know you’re a fan of the Mac mini media center and I’ve tried to follow your example.

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Ask the iTunes Guy: Changing tags and missing movies

June 27th, 2014 No comments

Why on earth does iTunes sometimes change the tags of content in your library? Can you back up your iOS devices to a different folder than the default location? And if you accidentally delete all your movies, how can you get them back

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Ask the iTunes Guy: Changing tags and missing movies

Apple TV review – what is Apple TV; Apple TV buying advice; Apple TV specs

June 18th, 2014 No comments

The Apple TV is a connected set-top box that offers access to iTunes TV shows and movies, as well as content from Netflix, Youtube and Vimeo. It’s got a new lower price of £79 but does that make Apple TV a good buy?

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How to extract audio from a Blu-ray disc

May 14th, 2014 No comments

Reader Derrick Crandall has one chunk of media that he’d like to turn into more.

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How to extract audio from a Blu-ray disc

UltraViolet Digital Copy: the good, the bad and the ugly

April 21st, 2014 No comments

If you’ve popped down the shops and bought a Blu-ray or DVD movie recently you’ll have noticed that many of the discs you can buy now sport something called UltraViolet Digital Copy — a free version of the movie that enables you to watch it on your Mac, iPad or iPhone without falling foul of the copyright police.

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UltraViolet Digital Copy: the good, the bad and the ugly

How to import a DVD and play on iPad: rip DVDs to iTunes and sync with iPad

April 14th, 2014 No comments

How to convert DVD discs into digital video files that can be played on the iPad. Your guide to copying DVDs to iTunes, and syncing them with an iPad to watch later.

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Macworld Secrets: Set your DVD movies free with HandBrake

April 11th, 2014 No comments

To rip a DVD with HandBrake, you will first need to download the software – free from www.handbrake.fr . If you have a Mac with a Core 2 Duo or better processor, make sure that you get the 64-bit version of the program to speed up the time it takes to rip a disc.

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Macworld Secrets: Set your DVD movies free with HandBrake