MacVoices #20096: Ken Ray Talks About His New Show, ‘In A Few Minutes’

Ken Ray of MacOSKen fame talks to us about the genesis of his newest show, In A Few Minutes. He explains why it was tested behind a pay wall before making it public and discusses both the production model and the business model of the show. What In A Few Minutes will deliver going forward, what else is soon to be cooking in the Test Kitchen, and why Johnny Carson is good for podcasting are among the topics covered.

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MacVoices #20095: Briefing – Five Essential Pieces of Gear For Your New MacBook

Chuck outlines five pieces of hardware that he considers essential for the owners of any Mac laptop, from the brand new 16” MacBook Pro down to the MacBook Air, then includes two bonus picks as well. Find out what you should be buying.

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MacVoices #20094: Jim Tierney of Digital Anarchy On The New Version of Transcriptive

Jim Tierney, Chief Executive Anarchist at Digital Anarchy, is back to update us on the latest version of Transcriptive, the Adobe Premier plugin that delivers time-coded transcriptions. But that’s just the start. Jim explains the use cases of the new web-based version that offers your clients the ability to edit the transcript, and therefore, edit the video. Jim discusses why paper editing isn’t dead yet, why you might want to use Transcriptive on all that video that you’re shooting, and more.

 

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MacVoices #20093: Josh Centers Revises Take Control of Apple TV

In the new edition of Take Control of Apple TVJosh Centers addresses the surprising topic of whether you need Apple’s set-top box to enjoy the benefits of what it offers. Josh talks about the proliferation and quality of the Apple TV app on smart TVs and other devices, what came and went from the book, and why. How the Control Center may be better than the Siri Remote for controlling the Apple TV, how Apple TV use can affect your television purchase, and more are covered by Josh in this discussion.

 

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MacVoices #20092: Glenn Fleishman Takes Control of Home Security Cameras

Glenn Fleishman has a brand new book, Take Control of Home Security Cameras, which goes way behind just buying one and connecting it. Glenn joins us to discuss the origin of the book, some of the factors you need to consider when selecting a camera, and what you can do if you’ve already got a camera in your home. He also discusses Apple HomeKit Secure Video and what it means for your privacy, and talks about some of the options he can recommend.

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