You want to enter old mini-DV and Hi-8 tapes and other analog content for editing.
I do not want to guess what type the plug-in has to get it. What is also the possibility to use my fire cable from a Sony PDX 10 (still works great)? And finally … the better video editing and photo programs that need to be installed
Hobby work, thank you
I try to make a difficult choice here and wanted to ask you for advice. I have been using a J7 2015 for a little over 3 years and the phone works flawlessly. Sometimes a bit slow, but no problem. But I have a girlfriend who recently broke the screen of her A7 2017 and she told me I can keep it if I fix it. The outer glass itself seems to be intact, the only thing that seems broken is the inner LCD screen. I took it to a store and they told me they would fix it for $ 80. Is it worth it to fix the problem and switch to the A7? The only thing is that the A7 has no replaceable battery and I planned to buy a new battery for my J7 soon. So I'm not sure if that would be a disadvantage.
I'm trying to create a 100 GB partition for Windows 10 on my MacBook Air through the Boot Camp Assistant. I've got stuck on "Partitioning Disk …", with the loading bar now completely full for some time. I plugged in a 64GB USB drive, which I thought was necessary for the partition.
In addition, I have just installed a 480 GB SSD from OWC. When you use the my SSD hard disk utility, the USB drive, ISO images for Windows 10, and Boot Camp partition appear. However, the bootcamp partition is light gray and reports that it is not mounted.
My conversation list leads to the following results:
If someone could let me know what I'm doing wrong or what I can do to fix it, I would be very grateful.
My dad used a MacBook Air from early 2015 (i5 dual-core, 128GB SSD, 4GB RAM). He uses it since the day he bought it, without any problem, until it shuts off immediately as soon as he pulls the power cord out of the socket.
This may sound like a conspiracy theory, but this problem came up when I searched the Internet for a new gaming laptop (Windows) for use at my university on my dad's MacBook. Then it happened again and again. The power cord is still usable, although the outer layer near the MagSafe is worn and the internal parts are exposed, but not the cable itself (my father has been using it for 4-5 years, the cable is yellow, etc.).
This problem bothers my dad because he always uses it for his work to read news and articles and do things that make it necessary to be disconnected from the power cord, since the Macbook Air has excellent battery life.
I searched online for solutions and found that many people have faced such problems since 2009-2016.
My MBP battery has swollen and has been replaced by a new one. Everything is connected correctly, the battery is recognized, but does not hold the charge (the laptop is shut down immediately after unplugging the cable) and does not charge at all.
I tried to reset SMC a few times, but it did not work.
This is the battery report from coconutBattery:
Cable works well. I can turn on the laptop while it's plugged in. The battery is not charging.