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The link is for another app called Good Times. Is there a link for a trial version? Looks an interesting subtitles app.
Here is a gem of an simple yet powerful app! Great to protect selected apps from launching without the need for creating multiple accounts.
Powerful audio converter that just does what it advertises. One thing I do not like is the workflow/GUI. It for sure not straight forward to use and makes me think the dev was on a high when creating this. :) But as said, it works great ones you get the hang of it.
Discovery was ones a very good vsti plugin. It sounds great and emulates the Nord Lead synths nicely but sadly it cannot cope with the rest of the bunch nowadays. There are now definitely much better alternatives (read: way way way better) and much cheaper too. On a side note: Discovery also requires much more CPU power compared to others. Some sounds even bog my i7 at 80%. I suggest looking at D16 Lush101 synth. It is cheaper and produces incredible sounds (better compared to Discovery). Conclusion: first look at all the (free and payed) alternatives before paying for this.
I have a lot of problems with 2.8 Onyx reports several errors when doing disk scans. Disk Utility does the same tests without the errors. iTweax also gives no errors. Onyx even unmounted an external HDD and I needed to reboot to het back online. Checked it again with Onyx and same happened. No idea why this is doesn't work. On top: at random intervals it get stuck on reading all the plist files. The sheet window keeps running and I have to force quit. There is no step-by-step how to reproduce this, just random. First I was afraid it would be my new MBPr i7 but the same happens with my older iMac with OSX10.9 - random lock ups while scanning stuff. Onyx always was very good but this version clearly has some very serious bugs that need to be cleared out asap.
It is not bad but a bit more expensive then Tembo. I bought Tembo just for being cheaper. :) I recommend trying both and see which fits the bill for you.
For getting photos from my iPhone I always use the OS X default Image Capture app. But it doesn't work the other way around. This neat little app however does. Great free tool ! Tkx
There's a lot to like about iffmpeg. With a stylish, sleek interface and support for lots of media formats, it's not difficult to see why it's a favorite on most peoples mac. At first I had a bit of trouble installing the ffmpeg file but then again I am a complete noob doing such things. :) The developer helped me to get it up and running. Pretty cool considering the low asking price.
This latest version does not fix some problem with OS X 10.8.2 It is still not available in some apps!