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Tahir Mirza

iOS 4.3 Build 8F455 For Apple TV 2G Released!Brings Support to Stream Purchased TV Shows & Adds Vimeo - 0 views

    Apple rolled out iOS 4.3 Build 8F455 update for Apple TV 2G users which included new features like the ability to user  purchased TV shows from iTunes first time ever, right from your TV and support for Vimeo. The most important feature of the iOS 4.3 Build 8F455 update is its ability to allow us
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iPods Move from Podcast to Notescast | All Apple News - 0 views

    As an iPod Classic or iPod nano user, you can download what are called Notecasts (free or paid titles are available), or you can develop your own rich media content, and post it to the Notecast site so others can see it.
Didier Daglinckx

Screencasting with the Mac - 17 views

    Screencasting with the Mac shows how, with very little investment, Mac users can create coherent and engaging screencasts. Chris Breen showcases the required gear, from microphones to lights, and tours today's most popular screen capture software. He shows how to create a polished script, maintain a strong presence both on and off camera, and capture video and audio users. He then reviews the process of editing the screencast in iMovie and integrating live video, screen captures, stills, and music to make the presentation even more appealing. This course illustrates how screencasts are the perfect form for anyone-teachers, developers, even product managers-to distribute information or instructions. Software works on: Mac only. Author: Christopher Breen Released: 12/17/2009 Duration: 01:51 Level: Beginner
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Apple TV to stream $.99 TV show? | CutViews - Apple News and Tutorials - 0 views

    According to NewTeeVee the rental program Apple is promoting would work just like existing movie rentals: users would have 30 days to start watching the show, and would then need to finish within 24 hours of starting playback. NewTeeVee report Apple is trying to get TV programmers to let it rent individual TV shows for 99 cents each, as opposed to the $1.99 it receives for sales of standard-definition episodes and the $2.99 it gets for selling HD episodes. The TV rental program would work in much the same way that movie rentals now work through iTunes; once an episode is purchased, the consumer will have 30 days to start watching the video. And once started, the TV rental will be available for 24 hours before it expires.
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Parrot showcases deluxe iPod/iPhone wireless speakers | All Apple News - 1 views

    Parrot recently teamed with designer Philippe Starck to unveil some stylish and rather pricey wireless iPod speakers. These speakers are known as Zikmu and they will price around $1,500 when they become available this spring.
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