Tag Archives: iMovie
iMovie icon on a blue snowy background Creating Holiday Videos with iMovie on...
Want to share some holiday cheer? There’s nothing better than posting a holiday movie you’ve created in iMovie to Facebook or sharing it with friends and relatives in other...

How to Manage, Move Your Photos...
When you first use Photos, you create a new library or select the library that you want to use. You’ll need to properly manage them, including taking steps to...

Road to NAB 2018: Easy, Inexpensive...
Have you ever been tempted to make your own screencasts? They’re usually video tutorials of some sort, showing how to perform a task on a Mac while a narrator...


Tech Tip: Seven Easy Ways to...
Although MacSales.com has plenty of ways to expand your Mac’s storage both internally and with external drives, there are some Macs that are just plain hard to add storage...

Friday Five: The First Apps You...
It’s the end of the week, but that doesn’t mean an end to learning more about your favorite Apple devices. Each week, the Friday Five takes a quick look at a...

Apple Event Announces iOS Apps, Updated...
Well, another Apple Event has come and gone. As per usual at these events, things started out with the requisite Apple cheerleading… iPad “reinvented” portable computing. “Post PC” Devices...

Apple Announces iPad 2, iOS 4.3...
Well, Apple’s big iPad event was today, and tech blogs across the Internet are abuzz with the new unveilings. Knowing how much our readership is involved in anything Apple,...


Apple’s “Back to Mac Event” Overview
Well, the Back to Mac Apple Event has finally come and gone, the Apple store is back up and running and there are a few new items available immediately....

WWDC 2010: Pretty Much What We...
Ever since the leak of the iPhone 4 prototype a few months ago, we all sort of knew what Steve’s keynote presentation at this year’s World Wide Developer’s Conference...

Putting It All Together: Tips for...
If you upgrade a Mac to an SSD drive – having good management of your files is important where you use an additional drive or drives to have capacity...

High-quality, low-cost video animation.
For those of you who need some quick-n-easy animations for a movie, but don’t want to lay out the cash for high-end post-processing software, there is another, less expensive...