TOKYO (MacHouse) – Apple, Inc. has updated GarageBand, iTunes and QuickTime to 5.0.2, 8.2, 7.6.2, respectively. As for the latest QuickTime update, the company says
QuickTime 7.6.2 includes changes that increase reliability, improve compatibility and enhance security. This release is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users.
Click on the button for more information on GarageBand 5.0.2.
Click on the button for more information on iTunes 8.2.
Click on the button for more information on QuickTime 7.6.2.
TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has updated its video editing freeware title for Mac and Windows to 1.0.5. MacHouse released the initial version of ScreenEdit almost three days ago. ScreenEdit allows users to edit QuickTime movies by cutting, copying, pasting and trimming frames. A unique feature of ScreenEdit is Split, which allows users to split a single QuickTime movie into up to 19 pieces with equal length plus one file with the remaining length. Continue reading
TOKYO (MacHouse) – MacHouse has released its third freeware title of the month. ScreenSequence accesses QuickTime’s built-in SMPTE video effects and allows users to create simple slideshow movies. Exporting a project to QuickTime requires QuickTime (no Pro upgrade required). ScreenSequence is available to both Mac and Windows users.
According to Apple, the SMTPE effects “are implementations of over 100 standard effects defined by the Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers.” ScreenSequence supports 133 of them.
Click on the button to learn more about ScreenSequence and/or download your free copy.
Click on the button to learn more about QuickTime’s built-in video effects.
ScreenSequence is a product of MacHouse.
QuickTime is a product of Apple, Inc.
Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264: Part 3 – SWF
Using Adobe Media Encoder, we produced a movie clip that contains a video stream compressed with H.264 last time. But Flash Player cannot play back this video. We need a reference file that points to the F4V and that is accessible with Flash Player. Our ultimate goal is to create an SWF file pointing to the video clip. And we want to upload these files on a remote server so that the converted Flash video can be viewed on the Internet. Continue reading
Adobe Flash CS4: Converting QuickTime Movie into Flash H.264: Part 2 – H.264 Settings
Last time, we found out that installing Adobe Flash is not sufficient enough to compress a QuickTime into Flash. In the 2nd video tutorial of the series, we first go over the differences between two Flash codecs: Sorenson Spark and On2 VP6. In the meantime, our main task is to convert an existing QuickTime video into a Flash movie. So we will go over the settings of H.264 codec as well. Continue reading