Microsoft release Windows 8 Release Preview and provided options to upgrade from earlier versions of Windows like Windows 7, Windows 8 consumer or developer preview, Windows XP and Vista. If you were running Windows 8 Consumer Preview or developer preview and installed Windows 8 Release Preview and didn’t reformat hard drive during installation, Windows will retain files from the user account so that you can retrieve old files from Windows.old folder created during installation. Continue reading “Retrieve Files from Windows.old Folder in Windows 8 Release Preview”
iTunes carrier testing mode allows you to manually load signed .ipcc carrier files onto iPhone or cellular iPad. .ipcc files contain various carrier settings pertaining to voice mail, MMS and SMS, Personal Hotspot, APN settings and other network-specific preferences. Other than making network configuration easy IPCC also used to forcibly enable features that are disabled by default. This article will show you how to enable carrier testing mode, how to find ipcc files and how to use IPCC files with either iPhone or iPad with cellular connection. Continue reading “Enable iPhone or iPad Feature using IPCC in iTunes Carrier Testing Mode”
Microsoft will release three critical patches on Patch Tuesday tomorrow to fix remote code execution flaws in Office, Windows, the .NET Framework and Silverlight. Four other patches were rated as important and would fix remote code execution flaws in Office and elevation of privilege vulnerabilities in Windows. According to Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for May 2012 published on May 3, 2012, Microsoft is going to patch 23 security holes present in all versions of their flagship operating system Microsoft Windows (including the newest Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2), their productivity suite Microsoft Office, Microsoft Silverlight, and Microsoft .NET Framework. Continue reading “Microsoft will release 7 Patches for 23 Security Vulnerabilities 8 May 2012”
One of the hardest things about blogging can arise when the blogger runs out of things to say. As words are what keep your blog going, if your mind goes blank, so will your blog page. While this is a common occurrence, it does not have to be a fatal one. There are some ways to dig yourself out of this problematic hole without losing your blog.
Following tips can help you streamline your multicam workflow in Final Cut Pro X:
– Set the date, the time, and the time zone on your camcorder or recording device before you shoot footage for your multicam project. This provides useful information to Final Cut Pro during the automatic multicam clip creation process.
Note: At any time, you can change the Content Created date and time of your source clips in the Event Browser. Just select one or more clips and choose Modify > Adjust Content Created Date and Time.
– Because you can use the sophisticated automatic audio sync feature in Final Cut Pro to help ensure multicam synchronization accuracy, it makes sense to record audio on every camcorder and recording device in your multicam production. (Clear audio recordings provide the best results.) Continue reading “Final Cut Pro X Multicam editing tips and tricks”