Digital copies of your DVDs can be a great way to pass the time when
traveling, but you lose some of the DVD’s functionality in the ripping
process. For instance, in the past, subtitles had to be permanently on
or off in a rip, but we’ve developed a simple workaround that will let
you add soft subtitles (ones that can be toggled on or off) whether
you’re watching your film in QuickTime, in iTunes, or on your iPhone.
You can even add subtitles in multiple languages by adding more than
one soft-subtitle track.
My kid wants an iPod touch for her birthday. I’m inclined to fulfill
her wishes, but I’m a little concerned about her looking at
objectionable content on Safari or YouTube, or running up big bills
downloading apps and music. Does the iPod touch come with parental
You may think you are one with the Interwebs, but until you actually create a website, you are merely part of the Interwebs. Follow this tutorial, and you will learn how to become one in about a billion, the exclusive club of people who host sites of some sort.
1. PODCAST TRACK: Manage an enhanced podcast's artwork and Web links here.2. LOOP LIBRARY: Click the eye icon to load your loops.3. TRACK EDITOR: Flips into Chapter Manager mode when the Podcast Track is present.4. ART-ANNOTATED CHAPTER MARKERS: Spice up your audio podcast.5. MUSICAL TYPING: Play your Mac's keyboard like a piano.6. MEDIA BROWSER: All of your other iLife stuff is right here.7. DUCKING CONTROLS: Twiddle the arrows to set which tracks cause others to duck in volume.
Mom may have taught you that sharing is good, but we know that snooping is even better. Case in point: It's nice to share your iTunes library with your peers over the network at school or work - but it's even better to eavesdrop on those peers and find out what kind of music they're listening to when they think nobody's paying attention.