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Mac presentation software
[February 3, 2024 – 02:55 pm]
Mac presentation software

5 Best free animated presentation software and PowerPoint alternatives Everyone agrees that Microsoft Powerpoint is so 20th century. It is not the best free presentation tool (In fact it’s not free at all). So what should you use if you want to make 21st century presentations? A few options come close to claim the best free presentation software. In this article, I’m going to show you why Powtoon is the best free presentation software and the best alternative to PowerPoint. When it comes to presenting and making presentations, PowToon succeeded in creating a whole new category…

Audio editing software Mac
[September 27, 2023 – 08:26 pm]
Audio editing software Mac

The QuickTime application included with your Mac isn’t just a video-playback tool. It includes basic video-editing features for trimming video files, combining multiple files, and recording your videos. These features work with audio files, too! QuickTime is certainly no iMovie, but it doesn’t need to be. Like, QuickTime offers the basic editing features you’d need in a lightweight program like this. Trim a Video or Audio File To get started, open an .mp4 file or another video with QuickTime. Quic

Free Mac recording software
[July 18, 2023 – 12:57 pm]
Free Mac recording software

If you come a Windows PC background, you may be familiar with a handy little Sound Recorder application. So what options do we have on the mac for free and simple sound recording? Option 1: The easy option If you have Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) or later, you may use the built in QuickTime 10 player. Open QuickTime Player from your Applications folder. Open the file menu and select New Audio Recording. You will see a very simple user interface that is similar to Windows Sound Recorder. (Picture above) Microphone volume is adjustable with the slider under the record button

Mac Streaming software
[July 14, 2023 – 04:12 pm]
Mac Streaming software

StreamToMe, our top choice for streaming and live converting video on Mac OS X, is an easy choice for the category because it is, essentially, the only choice. But with its great performance, wide video and audio format support, and $0 price tag, it will likely beat out any competition that may someday come along. Platform: Mac OS X Price: Free Features Stream video and audio from your home server to any other Mac with any internet connection. AirPlay support. Supports MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, MPG, MKV, MP3, AAC, WMA, WMV, and more formats

Best accounting software for Mac
[February 28, 2023 – 06:29 pm]
Best accounting software for Mac

If home is where your heart is, then there’s a pretty good chance that home—or at least your Home Folder—is where you prefer to keep your business’ financial information. While there are plenty of excellent Web-based apps you can use for tracking your business finances, if you’re uncomfortable with the idea of working within a browser and keeping your business’ financial information in the cloud, a traditional Mac application is your best option. I looked at four apps for managing your business invoicing and finances: Cognito Software’s MoneyWorks Gold, The Acclivity Group’s…

Graphic design software Mac
[January 19, 2023 – 11:13 am]
Graphic design software Mac

I ve been using my MacBook Pro since a while now and I must say: I really love it. The most common app(s) that designers use has to be Adobe Photoshop (Or the full suite). The app(s) are great, but there is a downside: The price tag. Photoshop CS4 costs $699, CS4 extended is $ and the full Creative Suite starts at an stunning $1799. For many people this is just a little bit too much to play around with . Luckily, there are also many free applications out there that can do the same kind of job that Photoshop could do for you

Data backup software Mac
[January 19, 2023 – 06:40 am]
Data backup software Mac

If you’re already backing up your Mac—perhaps by following the simple steps in “Backup Basics”—pat yourself on the back. Having any sort of backup is much better than having none, and your probability of recovering from data loss is dramatically increased. But for many people, a barebones backup strategy won’t cut it. If your livelihood depends on your data being available at all times, if you’re in the middle of a time-sensitive project, or if you’re just paranoid and want to make sure nothing has fallen through the cracks, you may want more of a guarantee. How can you tu