It seems as though not a day goes by where we’re asked if AudioAcrobat can host webinars, and while we are not a full-fledged webinar hosting service there are several major players to choose from, as well as several up-and-coming startups that are entering the space. In today’s post we aim to share with you […]
Today’s tutorial is a warm welcome back to the AudioAcrobat WordPress Blog (yes, I’ve had a nice vacation, but it’s time to bring back the regular posts) and a very helpful walkthrough of what it takes to transfer video shot on an iPhone to a Mac (MacBook Pro, iMac, etc.), with a super-handy tip at the end for those looking to upload their iPhone videos to their AudioAcrobat accounts.
When I switched over from my Dell PC to a MacBook Pro a couple years back, I was a bit lost as to what software was available for simple, fast video conversions and transcoding. Luckily, I received a recommendation from our lead developer which I’ve had a lot of success with, HandBrake!