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OS X Yosemite enables Lightning video capture of iOS 8 devices

For developers, instructors, podcasters and others who want to capture video from iOS devices, the current method of choice is to either use an external video camera aimed at the device's display, Apple's HDMI cable attached to a dedicated capture device, or a third-party Wi-Fi solution such as Re...

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Hauppage releases the HD PVR 2 Gaming Edition, now with HDMI

Hauppage has released the second version of its "Gaming Edition" Personal Video Recorder, which allows you to record streams of video from a television, gaming console or PC directly on to your Mac. We took a close look at the last version of this device, and it worked well, but completely with...

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TUAW and MacTech interview: Elgato

Elgato is currently celebrating the tenth anniversary of its EyeTV product. EyeTV is now a line of hardware and a set of apps for Mac and iOS which allow you to watch and record TV. Elgato makes other products as well, like capture devices and storage. In this video, Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-C...

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TUAW and MacTech interview: Matrox Electronic Systems

Matrox creates a wide range of video solutions, from those "wall of screens" you see at airports and conventions to imaging tools to consumer-grade video capture tools. They've also announced the DS1, a Thunderbolt docking station. In this video, Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazin...

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Fostex AR-4i turns iPhone 4 into handheld stereo HD video powerhouse

Attention budding iPhone videographers! Before you start filming your magnum opus for next year's Venice International Film Festival, be sure to check out the US$149.99 Foxtex AR-4i Audio Interface for iPhone 4. While the iPhone 4 does a pretty good job of capturing 720p video, the sound leav...

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iPad 2 video mirroring to Mac, the cheap and dirty way

Earlier this week, I wrote a lengthy post about how Erica Sadun and I were struggling to find a way to capture video from an iPad 2 on a Mac. Erica wanted to do screencasts, my goal was to have a good way to grab live video from an iPad 2 and broadcast it on TUAW TV Live. We both had a secondar...

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TUAW Review: iGrabber, a cheap way to digitize old videos

The other day while I was attempting to clean up my office, I came across a bunch of old MiniDV tapes from various vacations that my wife and I had taken over the years. That got me thinking about the 8mm videotapes from the pre-MiniDV age, and the even older VHS vacation tapes from the Pleistocene ...

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First Look: macVCR 2.0

Arten Science has announced the immediate availability of macVCR 2.0, a Leopard application for capturing any video source on a Mac screen and saving it to QuickTime, AVI, M4V, or other movie formats. While not as full-featured as Telestream's US$99 ScreenFlow or Ambrosia's US$69 Snapz Pro X, the...

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app4mac releases Sequence 1.1

Sequence, a screen capture utility developed by App4Mac, has been revised to version 1.1. This is a free update for registered users. For capturing screenshots or video of Mac screens, Sequence takes advantage of multithreaded code and 64-bit support for compression. Capturing DVD playback and...

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iPhone Video proof of concept posted

iPhone developer Drunknbass has been working amazingly hard for some time now getting video recording working on the iPhone. I've been following his effort and seeing him struggle with some major obstacles. It's not a simple thing. There are issues about capturing the data and producing output in r...

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