MacVoices #17197: Jeff Butts’ Terminal Tinkering Goes Beyond The Terminal

Jeff Butts has a new podcast for The Mac Observer. The first episodes of Terminal Tinkering are out, and Jeff joins us to talk about the kinds of things he has covered, what is in store for viewers, and why the name might lead you to an incorrect conclusion. He gives us a look behind the scenes at how he records, edits, and produces the show, his plans for the future, and why his unique background makes him the perfect host for this subject matter.

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MacVoices #17196: Jacob Gorban Makes Your Photos Better with ImageFramer

Apparent Software founder Jacob Gorban can help you improve the presentation of your photos and images with ImageFramer. Whether you are presenting them online or on your wall, ImageFramer gives you the option of customizing the sizes, colors and styles of frames and mats to enhance your photos. Jacob covers how it works for both amateur and professional photographers, how the frame designs are created, and how they are trying to improve your knowledge of the art of framing.

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MacVoices #17195: Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus Covers A Lot of Ground

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has had a busy summer, and joins us to talk about a diverse set of topics that include productivity methods, his preferred writing tools, why the deletion of iTunes features is his fault, and taking photos with and without an iPhone.
 

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MacVoices #17194: Nick Mattingly On the Newest Capabilities of Switcher Studio


Nick Mattingly of Switcher Studio is back with another update to their video switching and broadcasting app for iOS. This time, features like in-app frame templates, editable titles and lower third templates are added, as well as exporting to KineMaster, an all-new Switcher dashboard, a new “My Videos” library, and more. Nick details it all, and gives a demo so you can see how easy it is.

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MacVoices #17193: Briefing – The Apple AirPods

Chuck’s review of the Apple AirPods and their real-world usefulness for music, podcasts, and phone calls.