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  1. Is Apple about to kill the SuperDrive on Macs?

    Apple has decreed death to 32-bit apps on Macs, but DVD Player is now the only remaining 32-bit app…

  2. Handbrake 1.1.0, a major upgrade, revamps user interface, adds Vimeo, YouTube and 4K presets

    Popular cross-platform, open-source video transcoder Handbrake 1.1.0 has been released,…

  3. The right way to convert your Blu-ray or DVD movies for Apple TV and iTunes

    If you have a collection of Blu-ray or DVD movies that you’d love to export to your Apple TV or iTunes…

  4. Will the new HEVC and HEIF formats work in older versions of macOS and iOS?

    HEVC for video and HEIF for images…

  5. New Apple feature secretly hints at exciting future for Apple TV

    Apple has quietly revealed a few other tidbits about the next iteration of its tvOS platform…

  6. macOS High Sierra delivers advanced technologies for storage, video and graphics

    Apple today previewed macOS High Sierra, the latest version of the world’s most advanced desktop operating system…

  7. How to rip DVDs and Blu-ray discs with MakeMKV and Handbrake

    In a recent article, I explained how you can rip DVDs with the free HandBrake…

  8. HandBrake: The party is way, way over

    Now, if HandBrake could capture a Netflix stream, that would be something to write home about…

  9. HandBrake 1.0.0 released after 13 years in development

    HandBrake is a popular open source, multiplatform video transcoder…

  10. 5G, up to 40 times faster than 4G, will likely cost you a bundle

    5G wireless is coming…

  11. HandBrake video transcoder v0.10 released with hundreds of new features

    H.265 and VP8 encoding are standout features…

  12. h.265 and the rest of the Apple iTV puzzle pieces

    4K, or UltraHDTV (UHD) is double the x and y resolution of current 1080p HDTV standard…

  13. Is Apple TV waiting on H.265 HEVC ratification?

    Industry-wide adoption of a newer and better codec to get all that Ultra HD video around the Internets…

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