I had the same exact problem... I got the "missing plug-in" message too when I tried to play an Amazon Prime movie on my 2009 Imac with Safari Version 11.1.2 and El Capitan 10.11.6.
My solution was to drop Safari Browser and go to Google Chrome (Version 88.0.4324.192) and I got immediate access to the Amazon Prime movie (Minari). I enjoyed this ...
This is a commonly reported bug that occurs 'sometimes'. Another solution, short of rebooting, is to kill the coreaudiod process.
You can do this in Activity Monitor, or in the Terminal with sudo killall coreaudiod
As an alternative, you may take the original video out of the library by right click on Photos Library.photoslibrary > show package contents and search by filename or extension.
Be careful to not modify anything that can mess up the library. Best to just do copy-paste.
There is a command line tool called ffmpeg, which can be installed with any package manager such as brew or macports.
You can use concat option of ffmpeg like this:
ffmpeg -safe 0 -f concat -i listofvideos.txt -c copy output.mov
Contents of listofvideos.txt:
-c copy makes sure the codec is copied and ...
I have installed webcamoid and Reincubate Camo, and both of their plugins are installed into
However Reincubate's documentation indicates that it is not compatible with FaceTime, so not all virtual cameras will work with it.
First a disclaimer: As you can see from miguelmorin's answer, some people have created various scripts to replace the duplicate images and videos in the iMovies library with hard links or symlinks. Before going any further, I would avoid hard links. Symlinks seem to work fine with iMovie, and hard links can have weird side effects, for instance Time Machine ...
hopefully you made it to here. I'm a 3D junkie. First up, no - there is no way to watch standard SBS 3D on mac using VLC, but it is only red and cyan. VLC is safe to download, so no problems there. However, if you have active shutter 3D glasses, it will not work. The best workable alternative is to watch on TV or Projector using a 3D capable blu-ray player. ...
It's not the most elegant solution, but I suspect you could accomplish this simply by using Photoshop or another page layout app to create an image containing the watermark. Match the document dimensions to your display's native resolution (on MB Pro: 2880 x 1800), then set this new image as your desktop background. You could even use Keynote to make the ...
One way around it is to connect your iPhone via lighting cable. Then you will be able to preview iPhone's screen on your mac via QuickTime -> File -> New Movie Recording (select iPhone as source).
That way you can see what is being recorded on your iPhone - perfect if you are recording yourself and want to somehow check if you are within the frame. It ...
I just experienced this after a Big Sur 11.2.1 update with iMovie 10.2.2. After trying a number of different things, the only thing that solved it for me was resetting iMovie by deleting the preferences as described at https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT203922