iZotope Dialogue Match: Intelligent Hall?

Automatically recognize and reproduce the sound character and the spatiality of dialogue recordings? That would be something. iZotope's Dialogue Match has done just that, drawing on Exponential Audio's in-house Hall algorithms. Re-recording engineers needing the final mix for movies and TV productions often a quick way to adapt dialogue tracks …

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macOS Catalina surrenders to some zip files

If you are already using macOS Catalina, you may already have stumbled upon a very strange problem in dealing with zip files. Some zips can not be unpacked, but the operating system displays an error message. (Image: CC0) The Zip problem in macOS Catalina could have something to do with …

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iOS 13.3 is supposed to fix multitasking issues

Apple has released the first developer beta of iOS 13.3 for developers. This is supposed to solve the problem of the multitasking bug. iOS 13.2 annoyed users and developers alike because it shut down apps running in the background after a few seconds. (Image: CC0) iOS 13.3 Beta 1 is …

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Who prints the best photobook 2019?

Photo books are among the most popular Christmas gifts. No wonder, after all, the most beautiful memories of the year, which is slowly coming to an end, can be immortalized in a photo book. We have tested nine photobook providers for you. (Image: Producer, Markus Siek) If you want to …

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Apple informs developers

Apple informs developers. Once again Apple is pushing developers to change. Currently, they received notification about the change of infrastructure in the system for push notifications. Instead of relying on the system introduced in 2016, Apple will in the future rely on one that supports the HTTP / 2 protocol. …

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Paperlike 2 released for iPads

Paperlike 2 released for iPads. In September, the crowdfunding campaign for the special slide, which may be familiar to some Pencil users or Mac-Life readers, ended perhaps after the editor's test . The first versions of the second generation are delivered to the supporters, meanwhile you can order the product …

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Is the Apple TV more successful than the AirPods?

Even Steve Jobs called the small set-top box Apple TV as a "hobby" and considered it rather as a niche product. Nevertheless, in recent years, Apple has placed great emphasis on new products and the expansion of the operating system tvOS. These efforts seem to have paid off, according to …

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AirPods Pro: Enable / disable active noise cancellation

While the second generation of the AirPods brought only marginal improvements, the AirPods Pro have all sorts of innovations in store. These include splash protection, replaceable silicone ear tips and active noise cancellation. We'll tell you how to turn it on and off. Apple integrated three methods into it, which …

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Very good quality with 4K content

Amazon, Netflix and Co. have been active in the streaming business for years and yet Apple was able to convince in an interesting way right from the start. Although the contents still received mixed reviews but in terms of image quality, Apple makes no one, as a recent test of …

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