If you’re like me, you have probably been inundated with questions from friends, acquaintances and family members regarding the specifics of the latest camera models currently out on the market and how they compare with each other. While nominal facts such as specifications a feature-sets can be easy to deduce on paper, something like the actual size of each respective camera can be a tad tougher to explain – for this, something like the iPad app, RealSize could presumably come to the rescue.
Quick News - Just two week’s into their new “Free App Of The Week” initiative; Apple has granted all of us iPhone/iPad image editing enthusiasts a treat, providing Snapseed, the acclaimed IOS photo app, for the always pleasing price of zip-nada-zilch. Click on the image above to be routed to the apps detail page for more info!
NAB 2012: Apple Reveals Future Final Cut Pro X Plans – Multi-channel Audio Editing & RED Support Incoming
It was this time last year during NAB 2011 that Randy Ubillos, Apple’s chief architect of video applications, took the Supermeet stage and officially showcased Final Cut Pro X to the general public with great excitement and expectation. Fast-forward one year and a plethora of disgruntled users later, and the overall FCPX response has been anything but pleasant.
Quick News – Apple has just rolled out the latest round of updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor, updating each to versions 10.0.4, 5.0.3, and 4.0.3 respectively. The minor tweaks are aimed at improving overall stability, performance, and compatibility between the post production tools, all of which are listed below:
Bankruptcy court judge and official overseer of Kodak’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy matters, Allan Gropper, presided over Apple’s request to pursue patent infringement litigation against the photography pioneers today, rejecting Apple’s wishes to proceed outright, stating it would be an “inappropriate way forward.”
After filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month and fresh off their camera business discontinuation announcement last week, Kodak might now have to contend with the biggest bully on the block, so to speak, as Apple seeks court approval to sue the photography pioneer for infringing on various tech patents.
It may have taken a bit longer than many would have liked, actually 7 months but who’s counting, for Apple to make good on their initial promises of bringing a number of absent features to the much criticized Final Cut Pro X. But, as they say, it’s better late than never…
With their latest update, Version 10.0.3, FCPX users can now enjoy:
As Eastman Kodak Co. continues to battle their way through the overwhelming pressures of chapter 11 bankruptcy, which is seemingly knocking at the doorstep, the iconic photography and imaging company filed suit against Apple Inc. and HTC Corp., hoping to gain appropriate patent licencing funds the company feels were infringed upon.
With one small tweak to your IOS 5 equipped device, a hidden Apple designed panorama mode can be enabled in the camera app. No jailbreak needed!
Developer and hacker Conrad Kramer stumbled across this gem buried within the depths of the operating system and with a few small steps, you too can be stitching together photos in seconds. Here’s what you need to do: (Courtesy of idownloadblog)