Hey! You've got your turn-by-turn navigation in my phone call! Wait, your phone call's in my turn-by-turn navigation!
With iOS set to make the scene with consumers everywhere early next week, it was bound to happen sooner or later: Videos and reveals of Apps running in the background on an iPhone have started cropping up to draw consumers in with their new-fangled feature allure.
In this case, ze German GPS device and App developer Navigon reveals the turn-by-turn navigation and multi-tasking goodness iOS users can look forward to when running their the latest update of their GPS navigation application on an iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4.
While Steam on the Mac has only been out for a few weeks, many on the Mac|Life staff have fallen in love with the Valve game, Portal. Yesterday we got a glimpse at the Portal teaser trailer and today we have gameplay footage from E3.
If you've ever wondered what it takes to be an iPad DJ, it might be best to start with the right apps. We met up with the world's first iPad DJ, Rana Sobhany, to find out what apps it takes to make the kind of electronica, drum and bass, and dub step dance beats she churns out with her favorite iDevice. Check out the video after the cut as she demoes four of her favorite music-making apps that she uses in her own live shows, and then head on over to the App Store to start creating your own tunes.
You can use Final Cut Pro’s keyframe tools to animate pretty much anything you can see on the screen. This is fantastic when modifying filters over time for instance, but when it comes to animating objects, it can get a little tedious to always have to resort to numbers and sliders. There is however a way to control your object and animate it straight from the Canvas window.
Final Cut Pro is much more than an video editing program. You have at your disposal hundreds of filters you can apply to your clips and you can buy countless others produced by different companies. All these effects are housed in the Menu Bar’s Effects menu. But there’s another effect that isn’t available from there called "composite mode." Essentially, they’re designed to control how one layer of video affects another. We’ll be showing you how they work in this video tutorial by creating a backdrop for your lower-third title that fades to the right of the screen.