After eight years of active Open Source contributions, I ventured into commercial products for the Mac and iOS platforms and haven’t looked back. Well, it’s been another seven years since and it’s a good time for reflection – while still going forward. I’ve been working on something to tie both of these things together: an open source Inversion
Both products iKeepActive and iKeepActive Lite have been voluntarily pulled out from the Mac App Store earlier this year and will remain out until further notice.
iCaption 2.4.2 has been released today, to address the following issue: – Fixed a bug from iCaption 2.4.0 where loading subtitles previously made would result in bad times on systems with region settings using ‘.’ as a number separator and ‘,’ as a decimal separator.
iCaption 2.4.1 has recently arrived, as a bug fix release. See changes below. – Fixed a bug from iCaption 2.4.0 where the video playback and seeking started from the markers with a timing tolerance (in some cases a few seconds). – Fixed a crash from iCaption 2.4.0 where the playback to the very end of
iCaption 2.4.0 has recently been released, adding new features requested by the users. The audio and video core of iCaption has been re-written to take advantage of OSX 10.9 Mavericks’ AVFoundation (the QuickTime API is deprecated in 10.9). Warning: All OSX versions prior to 10.9 are now unsupported. Support for non-Apple-friendly media formats will be
About If you suffer from digestive problems, allergies, nutrient deficiencies or unexplained changes in moods, then perhaps something in your diet is a contributing factor. From the same author of the original 2011 Foods and Moods application for OS X, Food and Moods for mobile allows you to track what you eat and how you
iCaption 2.3.0 has recently been released, adding new features requested by the users. The Preview is now combined with Play/Pause, which is toggled with the Command + P shortcut. Added the ability to add subtitles on the fly while the video is playing, using the ‘[‘ and ‘]‘ keys in combination with Command for the
Here are some teaser videos of the Loop Motion touch-less drum machine.
Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to get my hands on a developer unit of the Leap Motion device. This device will become available in Best Buy stores in May. In my initial brainstorming quite a few ideas came up, mostly around audio and sound… Back in the mid-late 90’s a couple of friends