Undo in Game Your Video
While editing a video, if you have applied an effect that you want to remove, use the Undo option. To do this, just double-tap the portion of the video where you want to remove the applied effect. This patch will snap to the Timeline and a Cancel button will appear. Tap it to remove the effect.
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Steve Jobs took the stage at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference this week to announce Mac OS 8.6, a free upgrade to owners of Mac OS 8.5. Geoff Duncan looks at the upgrade's new features, bug fixes, and groundwork for Apple's future plans. Also in this issue, Adam explains how everyone subscribed to Internet mailing lists can improve the utility of those lists with minimal work, and we note new G3 Series PowerBooks and Conflict Catcher 8.0.5.
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It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of mailing lists. I both subscribe to and operate a number of lists on many topics, and I spend much of my day communicating professionally and personally in these discussion groups. And yet, I'm troubled by behaviors I see in most listsShow full article
Today at Apple's annual World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple Interim CEO Steve Jobs announced the immediate availability of Mac OS 8.6. Mac OS 8.6 is an incremental update to the Macintosh operating system that introduces some new features and capabilities, addresses a number of known problems, and lays a foundation for future Macintosh modelsShow full article