Posted on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 11:59 PM
While the next release of Mac OS X might not include Apple's Siri voice assistant, an early developers preview edition issued this week reveals that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion will adopt lots of new features first introduced in iOS 5, including Notification Center, Game Center, a new messaging service, and Twitter integration, just for starters.
In the current Mac OS X 10.7 Lion edition, released last June, Apple borrowed liberally from iOS's LaunchPad, while also eliminating most of OS X's traditional scrollbars and adding some effects and gestures from iOS.
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-Import MTS Video to Mac
Mac OS X Lion MTS Converter can batch convert MTS to WMV, FLV, SWF, MOV, DV, MP4, MPEG-2, 3GP, AVI, MPG, DIVX, XVID, HD video etc for importing to iMovie 08/09/11, Final Cut Pro X, FCE, PSP, iPad, iPod, iPhone, Adobe Premiere, Youtube, iDVD, iTunes 10.5 etc for playing, editing, burning home dvds etc on Mac os...
Posted on Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 10:43 PM
iOrgsoft, a professional multimedia provider, today is glad to announce its brand new 2012 New Year gift named [url=http://www.mtsconverters.com/mts-converter-mac/]MTS Converter For Mac[/url] for all Sony, Canon, Panasonic camcorder users for you to import, play and edit your MTS files on your Mac.
As it to known all that, popular camcorders like Sony, Canon, Panasonic record videos in high definition AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, TS, TP, TRP files, which are not recognized by Mac, not to mention to play and edit on Mac.
Take myself as an example, recently, I got a new Sony camcorder, the model is Sony Cyber-shot TX55, a really smart, easy to carry camcorder that record MTS video in good quality. I shoot a short video with the camcorder, but when I import to my Mac Lion, nothing happens. Then, suddenly, MTS Converter for Mac hit my mind, with it, I easily converted my videos to MOV files for playback and editing in QuickTime and iMovie. Wonderful...