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  2. Hi-light the videos you want to convert to ProRes... Right Click..... Select... Encode Selected Video Files... Change the setting to Apple ProRes. The clips will be encoded to ProRes (size at 100%) 422/LPCM audio. You'll just set back and wait for the encoding to be finished (this too is very fast.). The finished encoded videos will be in the same folder that the original videos are in.
  3. This bug has existed since 10.11. If Safari on your Mac is crashing a lot, especially in Facebook, disable Smart Search Field prefs. Wasted hours upon hours on this...
  4. suayadmin

    iPhone X may be discontinued this year (2018)

    AppleInsider has posted a correction/editorial of this rumor, claiming that this isn't true: http://appleinsider.com/articles/18/01/26/iphone-x-doomsayers-lack-basic-reading-comprehension-skills-or-theyre-purposefully-dishonest My opinion: I suspect that it's far more likely that Apple will release two additional iterations of the iPhone X (the rumored different screen sizes) that WILL include TouchID under the glass, and that will correct the glaring and stupid removal of the iconic Home Button by introducing a virtual Home Button (thus, correcting the veritable UI clusterfuck that resulted from this). Once that happens, the original iPhone X would end up being an orphaned product, no matter how much it might be reduced in price - thus, it is far more likely that the original iPhone X receives the same TouchID /Home Button update, and will be kept in the line-up ... albeit, technically, it means that the initially released model will be discontinued. This is most likely what will happen (especially since this will mirror what Apple has done several times in the past, when they corrected a flawed product and hadn't even changed the model number.)
  5. In short - the entire $350 billion/5 year investment plan was already long in the cards before any talk about tax plans from the government - but kudos to Tim Cook for leveraging it to Apple‘s benefit. All the various investment and tax „experts“ are eating it up, demonstrating once again that they don’t actually understand their own „expertise“.
  6. They haven’t committed to full repatriation, or even repatriating $350 billion - and their talk of investing those $350 billion over 5 years comes more from domestic profits that they will be reinvesting and receive full deductions from. The point of repatriating money that is not being paid taxes on escapes me anyway - the govt gains no benefit from that. Neither does the company repatriating. Mind you, in Apple‘s case, they can and probably will repatriate SOME of the funds, in order to pay off and pay back the funds and loans they took out for domestic expenditures and shareholder payments. Those payments, then, become deductions. They have no incentive to repatriate all their offshore profits, since they still have overseas expenditures to pay. Besides, in 5 years, they will have replenished $200 billion (yes, that’s how much money they have, and make).
  7. suayadmin

    iPhone X may be discontinued this year (2018)

    Not my writing, but an analysis that I share with the author - specifically a breakdown of everything that is wrong with the iPhone : It's not surprising. The iPhone X is a terrible phone, and Apple has been caught trying to trick people into upgrading. Face ID is a failed experiment. It manages to combine barely working with being insecure as hell: you have to hold the phone at very specific angles to get it to see your face, meaning that casually unlocking the phone is a chore. But it will also unlock using a simple folded photograph if held correctly, making it trivial for adversaries to unlock. Face ID needs to go away. The removal of the home button is disastrous, if only because Apple already delegated a ton of functionality to it that now has to be redistributed across the rest of the phone. The home button used to perform different functions based on if you tapped it, or clicked it, or double-clicked it, or double-tapped it, or triple-clicked it. But now they've removed that button entirely and replaced it with ..... nothing. So now the power button has to take over for functions like accessing Apple Pay and Siri. Meaning that as simple a thing as turning off the phone now involves secret button combinations. (It's click volume up, click volume down, then hold the power button, in that order. I kid you not. Hold the power button briefly to bring up the power controls, longer to forcibly reboot.) The new "home space" as the bottom means that a ton of apps now have UI that is right next to it, making triggering it incredibly annoying. Of course, "legacy" apps that aren't "optimized for iPhone X" have giant black bars on the top and bottom, meaning that the apps that place controls on top of the "home space" are in theory "optimized for iPhone X" but developers don't seem to have figured out how to deal with a giant dead area at the bottom of the screen. And then there's the notch, transforming a somewhat nice looking display into a horned ugly mess. You'd think this being an Apple decision the status bar wouldn't have been an after-thought, but quite a few pieces of information are flat-out missing on the iPhone X because there flat-out isn't space. Don't believe me? Swipe up the control center and .... no, wait, it's now swipe down the control center, but only from the right horn, because the left horn handles the old "swipe down" gesture. Anyway, swipe down the control center, which will display the "old" iPhone status bar, and look at all the icons that used to be hidden. "Minor" things like bluetooth status and battery level, for those bluetooth headphones you now have to use because there is no headphone jack. So, anyway, I'm not surprised. The iPhone X is a disaster even if you ignore the price.
  8. (from BGR.com) http://bgr.com/2018/01/19/iphone-x-apple-discontinue-2018-for-larger-form-factor/ Reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo — who we should note has an exemplary track record with respect to iPhone rumors — adds that Apple may opt to discontinue the current iPhone X entirely if sales are underwhelming. “KGI also expects a trio of iPhone models in the fall of 2018,” AppleInsider notes. “He predicts the iPhone X will be ‘end of life’ in the summer of 2018, instead of being retained as a lower-cost option in the following year.” If Kuo’s projection pans out, this would represent a marked shift in Apple’s iPhone sales strategy. Going back nearly a decade, Apple has always positioned older iPhone models around as a wallet-friendly alternative for users who weren’t keen on paying a premium for Apple’s latest and greatest. If Kuo’s scenario comes to be, it stands to reason that the aforementioned 6.1-inch iPhone with an edgeless LCD display will become the more affordable version of the current iPhone X. What remains unknown is what Apple plans to do with its iPhone 8 models. Presumably, both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will stick around for at least another generation as not everyone is willing to say goodbye to Touch ID just yet. It’s also worth noting that Apple is expected to release a next-gen version of the iPhone SE sometime this spring.
  9. This is something I had put off time and time again, because of various issues that I didn’t like about the v4.x upgrade, but ultimately it was unavoidable - and here we are. Now I need to start hunting down many of the plugins and extensions that I had previously installed, and probably have a couple specially developed (like an „reciprocal ignore“ feature that actually works properly). On the other hand, the forum now runs under https, with SSL security.
  10. suayadmin

    We're Back!! (again)

    Now, back to tweaking. Particularly since a 4.2 version of the theme has been released, and wouldn't you know it, there's no way to carry over modifications or even color choices from the prior version of the same theme. smdm.
  11. suayadmin

    We're Back!! (again)

    After a short hiatus, suayMac is back -- we'll be moving to a new server shortly (so some downtime of a few hours can be expected) and I'll be performing a bunch of updates and upgrades over the next few weeks.
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