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If the video is already recorded, you could just share the video folder with the other Mac. If you connect to the 17-inch MBP from your 13-inch and log in as the 17-inch MBP user, you can have access to all the users files. You can open the videos on the 13-inch MBP and play them in e.g. VLC player. Or you could share one folder only and set it to read only. ...


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As far as I remember, HD PVR Capture can show a preview in VLC Player while recording. Did you look into the 'streaming and transcoding options' in VLC Player? Maybe you will find a solution in the VLC forum. CamTwist is probably easier. You can stream to Twitch with HDPVRCapture, OBS and SoundFlower or ffmpeg.


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This command allows me to stream content without running out of memory: Google-chrome --disable-gpu


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VLC Open the video in VLC, resize the player, then select Video → Float on Top. There is considerably more UI shown on the VLC player than the QuickTime player though.


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QuickTime Player Open the video in QuickTime Player, resize the player, then select View → Float on Top. QuickTime Player hides all of the UI when you move your mouse outside of the window.


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On your mobile device you open the icloud photo stream by its title, tap on "people", turn on "public website" then tap "share" and send the stream to your own email. In your email you will get a link to your photo stream under the title of the stream . When you click on the link from your laptop or desktop you will find a webpage with all items in that ...


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Max (freeware) can drop stereo to mono - though I'm not certain if it will take .mov as input (never tested it). You might need to convert it to a distinct audio format first.


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The 2010 MacBook Pros are known to have issues with the NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M graphics card. Apple was issuing replacements to the graphics cards on that model, but that period has expired. Take a look at this link for more information. The NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M is built onto the motherboard. It is not possible to repair without replacing the entire ...


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It could be pure out of memory, but it may be that both products are fighting over the OpenGL implementation that Adobe uses. Try this - it may need some fiddling to get the best balance [this is for Photoshop, idk the precise locations for other Adobe apps] In Prefs > Performance, reduce the overall memory requirement - it ought to handle this OK by ...


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Turns out it was a bug with an equaliser app I was using, Boom 2. They have fixed this in their latest update. Hope this helps anyone with the same issue.


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Yes, both machines are powerfull enough to run the apps. Given the processors a MacBook Pro will perform better in tasks such as rendering. If the machine you have now isn't low-end and it is maxed out, you'll probably be happier with a MacBook Pro. If your not unhappy with rendering times on a similar machine, you'll probably be fine with an Air. Eclipse ...


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I'm under the assumption that you may have stumbled across reports such as this one in a casual Google search. I quote: The Air correctly identified the attached monitor at 4K resolution, switching the user interface into HiDPI mode. Subsequent refresh rate tests confirmed that it was running at 60Hz, and the publication said that interface ...


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No. Retina display for a 13-inch is only 2560x1600. And even if you use the HDMI port, it will be at 30fps.


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These steps solved the problem for me: Go to Tools → Preferences. At the bottom, click Reset Preferences, then Yes. Close VLC and reopen it.


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I've used "jiffy cat" with great results. http://gfycat.com/


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It should be simple using the QuickTime menu. Go to View and select loop. or use alt+cmd+l


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You should be able to do it from the terminal with ffmpeg's overlay filter ... download prebuilt binaries or install with Homebrew if you don't have it already and the command would look something like this: ffmpeg -i video.mp4 -i watermark.png -filter_complex 'overlay=10:10' outputname.mp4 That'll place watermark.png 10px in and 10px down from the top ...


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Select File < Export < Export Unmodified Original. This will avoid having Photos try to transcode your video.


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I use AudioHijack Pro it costs money though. I can rip audio from DVDs and Internet streams.


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Old question, but one you can do that nobody mentioned is, download a bunch of Video Lectures using Itunes U. Add the selections to a Playlist in iTunes. Right click the Playlist and select Burn Playlist to Disc: There will be Disc Formats : Audio CD. and MP3 Cd. selecting either of those options will strip just the audio out of the disc. Selecting Mp3 ...


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Short answer: Yes. Some Apps (usually those with paid content) prohibit video output via AirPlay or AV-Adapters. There's no way I know of to get around the issue. For some, not all, a HDMI adapter works because of "High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection"


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Basically what you need to do is demultiplex each file, then concatenate the resulting files. There is a way to do this with the concat filter, but it requires re-encoding everything as it goes. So you need to do two operations. First, demultiplex. (Note this is untested with ffmpeg, as I don't have any video files to test with, but should theoretically ...



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