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MacVoices Briefing - Using The Flow Transition in Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro X has lots of almost-magic built into it, if you know where to look. In this Briefing, Chuck shows how the Flow dissolve transition is used, and why you might never know it, by showing off some examples using one of the most recent MacVoi...

MacVoices #19239: Briefing - Starting A New Podcast

Thinking of starting a podcast? Chuck talks about some of the choices and decisions you need to make before step-in up to the mic. Using his new show, TrekFavorites, as an example, discussions of items such as titles, logos and artwork, podcasting host...

MacVoices #19238: Five Questions with Andrew Orr of The Mac Observer

Andrew Orr of The Mac Observer answers Five Questions that help us get to know him better. Andrew’s questions (and answers) cover the way he covers the news stories for TMO, his thoughts on streaming media services, and Apple’s Arcade gaming services. ...

MacVoices #19237: Briefing - The Rode VideoMic Me-L

Looking for a way to record better audio with your iOS device? Chuck provides a short and sweet review of the Rode VideoMic Me-L, a Lightning mic that delivers superior sound in a small package. This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high p...

MacVoices #19236: Gregorio Zanon on iMazing, iTunes Replacements, and Backing Up Your iPhone

Gregorio Zanon of DigiDNA discusses some of the changes to iPhone and iPad data management that have occurred in macOS and iOS 13, and how their product, iMazing, can help fill in the gaps. Greg explains how Apple’s binary approach to syncing is improv...

MacVoices #19235: Jason Snell Takes Control of Apple's Photos App for Mac, iPhone, and iPad

Jason Snell helps you get the most out of Apple’s stock photo apps in the new edition of Take Control of Photos. In this discussion, Jason dives into the power of machine learning, what you can and can’t achieve with Photos on which devices, and names ...

MacVoices #19234 - Jeff Carlson Takes Control of Your Digital Photos Again

Jeff Carlson has updated Take Control of Your Digital Photos, a topic that continues to evolve as the devices are updated and the players change. Jeff covers sharing vs. backups, what his pick is for the best photo editing app, and the issue of machine...

MacVoices #19233: Self-Taught Developer Luke Bissell On His First App and Learning The Ropes

Luke Bissell is a new developer with his first app in the App Store. He joins us to talk about his experience learning iOS development, how he got the idea for and implemented it for Breakdown: Rugby Stats, and why he opted for a subscription model. M...

MacVoices #19232: Update - October 2019

In the October Update, Chuck clarifies the way Patreon works, covers some upcoming changes to the feeds and the Dispatch, and goes through the monthly Support Report. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up wi...

MacVoices #19231: Jeff Gamet on Catalina, Private Servers, Subscription Software, More

Jeff Gamet of Smile is back in a wide-ranging conversation that runs from Smile’s Catalina preparations to why security settings will get better over time. Along the way are discussions of why private cloud servers are often better for developers, the ...

MacVoices #19230: Kirk McElhearn Takes Control of macOS Media Apps

The advent of macOS Catalina brought major changes to the apps that manage and play various types of media. Kirk McElhearn helps us navigate those changes in his new Take Control of macOS Media Apps. iTunes is gone, and in  its place are separate apps ...

MacVoices #19229: David Ginsburg on Using eSIMs in iPhones

If you have a later model iPhone, you have the ability to use an eSIM with it, leaving the physical SIM slot open. David Ginsburg of In Touch with iOS is doing this, and answers all the questions about setup, installation, and operation. Find out how e...

MacVoices #19228: Yev Pusin Tells Us about The New Features of Backblaze 7.0

Backups are still one of the most important measures you can take to protect your data. Yev Pusin, Director of Marketing for Backblaze, takes us through the features of the new version 7.0 of their online backup service. Find out how you can expand you...

MacVoices #19227: Joe Kissell Takes Control of DEVONthink 3

Joe Kissell has written the new Take Control of DEVONthink, a guide to the massive update of this powerful data management program. Joe discusses some of the new features, how he uses it, and how he approached a program that has so many features and ca...

MacVoices #19226: Neil Ticktin Profiles The 10th Year of The MacTech Conference

Neil Ticktin, the organizer of the annual MacTech Conference, has been so busy that we were only able to catch up with him a week before the event, and under some unusual circumstances. Neil talks about the keynote that will set the tone for the 10th a...

MacVoices #19225: David Sparks On His New Shortcuts Field Guide for iOS 13

David Sparks tells us why his Shortcuts Field Guide, iOS13 Edition had to be completely re-written because of some of the new and powerful options Apple provided when iOS 13 hit the streets. David talks about some of the new capabilities including, new...

MacVoices #19224: Briefing - Two Apps To Help Prepare For macOS Catalina

Is the thought of upgrading to macOS Catalina uncomfortable? Two utilities out there can help ease the preparation process. MacUpdater from CoreCode will help you determine if your installed apps are up to date, and if not, can assist in getting them c...

MacVoices #19223: Briefing - Fixing Disk Problems Using DaisyDisk

In this Briefing, host Chuck Joiner discusses an issue with runaway purgeable space on his MacBook Pro, the conflicting information being obtained through disk utilities, and the happy ending provided by an unlikely hero, DaisyDisk. This edition of Ma...

MacVoices #19222: Michael Roy of VMware On The Benefits of Virtual Machines, Especially For 32-Bit Apps

There are many reasons to run virtual machines on your Mac, but one is about to become much more important. Michael Roy, Product Marketing and Management - Desktop Hypervisors for VMware, gives us in-depth information about the latest capabilities of V...

MacVoices #19221: The First Weekend with The iPhones 11 and iOS 13

After spending the weekend working with both their new iPhones 11 and iOS 13.0, David Ginsburg of In Touch with iOS and host Chuck Joiner discuss their model choices, how they upgraded, and what their first impressions are. The speed and the battery li...

MacVoices #19220: Kelly Guimont Introduces us to RemObjects' Fire and Water Programing Environments

Kelly Guimont helps us dive back into the Developer world with a discussion of RemObjects Software and their Elements development environment. Elements allows developers to create for one platform, then translate the code for others…iOS,Mac, Android, a...

MacVoices #19219: Bryan Chaffin on Apple PR, Apple Scrutiny, Apple Rights and Wrongs

Bryan Chaffin of The Mac Observer talks about the departure of Apple PR head Steve Dowling, the level of scrutiny Apple is subject to, and whether it is appropriate to invoke the name of Steve Jobs. What Apple is doing right and wrong at the moment, Br...

MacVoices #19218: Update - 2019-09

In the August Update, Chuck mentions the response to his Macstock presentation, reviews the MacVoices position on Patron and Paypal support vs. a paywall, and explains why there are so many Take Control authors on the show. Where to get the highest-qua...

MacVoices #19217: Doug Adams Discusses The Bright, Post-iTunes Future for Doug's Scripts

Doug's Scripts has been an amazing resource for iTunes AppleScripts for many years, but what does the impending Catalina transition to the Music and TV apps mean for the site? Doug Adams discusses what it takes to update his scripts for the new apps, t...

MacVoices #19216: New Apple Product Discussion with David Ginsburg

With a few days to review the Apple announcements, consider the resulting flood of opinions (good and bad) on those announcements, David Ginsburg and host Chuck Joiner deliver their thoughts on everything from Arcade to iPhone 11 Pro. The content of ea...

MacVoices #19215: Mike Schmitz On Learning GoodNotes, The Sweet Setup, and Intentionality

Mike Schmitz gives us some insight into the kinds of things he is and will be covering as the Executive Editor at The Sweet Setup. He discusses what you will learn in his new GoodNotes, the benefits of analog notes on a digital device, and what a bulle...

MacVoices #19214: Ted Landau On Apple's Announcements, Computing Recommendations, Home Theater Tease

Ted Landau is back to provide his perspective on Apple’s announcements, from AppleTV+ to iPhone 11 to iPad, provide some thoughts on how to select the computing device that fits your needs, and tease his recent adventures in upgrading his home theater ...

MacVoices #19213: Josh Centers Takes Control of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13

Josh Centers talks about the newest versions of Apple’s mobile operating systems and his new book, Take Control of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. The forking of iOS brings new capabilities specific to iPhones and iPads, and Josh outlines some of those changes, ...

MacVoices #19212: Scholle McFarland Takes Control of macOS Catalina

In Take Control of Catalina, Scholle McFarland starts us on the path to getting the most out of Apple’s latest macOS. She tells us what to expect when you first boot up the new 64-bit operating system, how to use Sidecar to get the best performance and...

MacVoices #19211 - Joe Kissell Takes Control of Upgrading to macOS Catalina

Joe Kissell has been digging into the best way to upgrade to the next generation of macOS, and shares some of his findings from his new book, Take Control of Upgrading to Catalina. What makes this upgrade different is the transition to only 64-bit apps...

MacVoices #19210: A Tour of The Tools and Resources Created by Brett Terpstra

We followed up, as promised, with Brett Terpstra to get an explanation of how to find all the tools and resources he has created to solve both his problems and yours. Brett gives us a tour of his web site, and explains the logic behind his organization...

MacVoices #19209: St. Clair Software's Jon Gotow on Getting Apps Ready for macOS Catalina

Jon Gotow of St. Clair Software takes a break from coding to discuss the coming transition to the 64-bit macOS Catalina, and what it means for you. What it takes to transition apps from 32-bit to 64-bit, why some apps and developers won’t or can’t make...

MacVoices #19208: Update - 2019-08

In the August update, Chuck reflects on Macstock, issues a notification of some possible RSS feed changes, and delivers the monthly Support Report. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the producer and host of MacVoices. You can catch up with what he's doing ...

MacVoices #19207: Macstock 2019 Wrap-Up with Mike Potter

Macstock organizer Mike Potter wraps up this year’s event by looking back at the growth of the conference, the involvement of so many people, and updating us on the Digital Pass for those who couldn’t be there. Mike then looks ahead to next year’s Macs...

MacVoices #19206: Mark Fuccio On The Potential Impact of the Apple Card

Mark Fuccio did a little “back of the napkin” math on the potential effects of the new Apple Card, and shares his assumptions and results. What are the factors that set Apple Card apart, and are they important enough to change the credit card game? Has...

MacVoices #19205: Macstock - Lydia Huzij Discusses Her Macstock Film Festival Entry

We finish up our on-site Macstock 2019 coverage in a conversation with Lydia Huzij, who gave us an idea of the power of Notability and LumaFusion with her Macstock Film Festival entry. Lydia’s effort was a video created on-site during the 500th episode...

MacVoices #19204: Macstock - Iain Dunn Wins The Prize For The Longest Trip to Macstock

There were plenty of international attendees at this year’s Macstock, but none came farther than Iain Dunn, who made the trip from Australia. Ian tells us about his Apple gear, how long he travelled and how long he was staying, and what needs to happen...

MacVoices #19203: Macstock - Brett Terpstra On Writers' Block And Getting Around It

From Macstock 2019, we caught Brett Terpstra right after he delivered his session, and got him to explain how he works around writers’ block challenges, how he turned development of tools to help solve his problems into a career, and why you might be a...

MacVoices #19202: Mascstock - First Time Attendee Peter Tatikian On What He Got From Macstock

From Macstock 2019, first-time attendee Peter Tatikian explains why the theme of “Create” convinced him to give Macstock at try, what he got from the presentations, and why he is coming back next year.   This edition of MacVoices is supported by ATTO. ...

MacVoices #19201: Macstock - David Ginsburg On Giving and Getting from Macstock

From Macstock 2019, David Ginsburg shares some of what he gave and what he got at this year's Macstock, and how it provides both information and inspiration that carries on beyond the conference. This edition of MacVoices is supported by ATTO. The Powe...

MacVoices #19200: Macstock - Mike T. Rose on the "Charm" of Macstock

At Macstock 2019, we had the opportunity to catch up with Mike T. Rose, who returned to Macstock after missing it for a few years. With that perspective, Mike explains the “charm” of Macstock, which remains even after five years. This edition of MacVoi...

MacVoices #19199: Macstock - Volunteer Bob Potter

From Macstock 2019, Bob Potter, father of Macstock organizer Mike Potter, shares his perspectives on his five years as a Macstock volunteer. This edition of MacVoices is supported by ATTO. The Power Behind the Storage. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is...

MacVoices #19198: Macstock - Joe Buhlig On Analog Workflows

At Macstock 2019, Joe Buhlig explains his preference for analog workflows…when they make sense.   This edition of MacVoices is supported by Linode, high performance cloud hosting and virtual servers for everyone. To take $20 off your first order, visi...

MacVoices #19197: Macstock - MacVoices Facebook Live From Macstock

To kick off our on-the-ground Macstock 2019 coverage, here is a look at the two days of the event as people register and greet each other on the first day, and roll in for the events of the second day. Some people were camera shy, some walked right up ...

MacVoices #19196: FXhome Adds Foundry's Camera Tracker to HitFilm

Kirstie Tostevin, Marketing Manager for FXhome, makes the addition of Foundry’s Camera Tracker to HitFilm official! Kirstie explains the capabilities that have been added to their video editor with this update, and what the power a 3D camera tracker ad...

MacVoices #19195: Terri Morgan and Chris Demiris On The New Version of LumaFusion

Terri Morgan, Co-Founder and Principle Designer, and Chris Demiris, Co-Founder and Principal Engineer, both of Luma Touch, have been busy since we talked to them at NAB. They give is an impressive sample of the new capabilities of LumaFusion 2.0, and h...

MacVoices #19194: Accusonus Provides 'One Dial' Improvements To Your Audio

Alex Tsifildis, Co-Founder and CEO of Accusonus, introduces us to their package of audio plugins that can make all the different in your audio and video projects. Alex tells us why they opted for a “one knob” solution so that their products are not onl...

MacVoices #19192: MacVoices Update - July 2019 #2

In the second update for July 2019, Chuck explains why there is a second update, covers a change to the Update schedule and sponsorships, announces a new show, and talks about the upcoming publication schedules. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the produc...

MacVoices #19192: MacVoices Update - July 2019 #2

In the second update for July 2019, Chuck explains why there is a second update, covers a change to the Update schedule and sponsorships, announces a new show, and talks about the upcoming publication schedules. Show Notes: Chuck Joiner is the produc...

MacVoices #19191: Joe Kissell Takes Control of the New Take Control Web Site

Joe Kissell is back to tell us about what it took to upgrade and update the Take Control Books web site. What’d been a longer-term project suddenly had to be completed in short order. Joe explains what happened, the challenges of building a modern site...