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Final Cut Pro X: Glossary

), with a very high data rate to preserve the detail in high- dynamic -range imagery generated by the highest-quality digital image sensors. Apple ProRes 4444 XQ preserves dynamic ranges several times greater than the dynamic range of Rec. 709 imagery—even against the rigors of extreme visual effects processing, in which tone-scale blacks or highlights are stretched significantly. Like standard Apple ProRes 4444, this codec supports up to 12 bits per image channel and up to 16 bits for the alpha channel. Apple

Compressor: Glossary

Apple ProRes codecs support any frame size (including SD, HD, 2K, and 4K) at full resolution. The data rates vary based on codec type, image content, frame size, and frame rate. Apple ProRes includes the following formats: Apple ProRes 4444 XQ: The highest-quality version of Apple ProRes for 4:4:4:4 image sources (including alpha channels), with a very high data rate to preserve the detail in high- dynamic -range imagery generated by today’s highest-quality digital image sensors. Apple ProRes 4444 XQ

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

the maximum that the speakers or other equipment can clearly reproduce. A track’s level meter (located in the track header) lights red when clipping occurs on the track. compressor An effect that smoothes out the difference between the loudest and softest parts of a song or track for a more even sound. Compression can make a track sound more focused or “punchy,” and make the song sound better when played on equipment with a narrow dynamic range. GarageBand includes a compressor on every instrument track

iPad User Guide for iOS 8.4

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MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016) - Essentials

(up to 40 Gbps), connect to a display or projector, and more. 3.5 mm headphone jack Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or external speakers to listen to your favorite music or movies. • Microphones: Talk with friends or record audio (models with the Touch Bar have three microphones; other models have two microphones). Touch ID (power button)FaceTime HD cameraTouch Bar Force Touch trackpadMicrophones • Touch Bar: Some models include a Touch Bar at the top

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) - Essentials

(up to 40 Gbps), connect to a display or projector, and more. 3.5 mm headphone jack Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or external speakers to listen to your favorite music or movies. • Microphones: Talk with friends or record audio (models with the Touch Bar have three microphones; other models have two microphones). Touch ID (power button)FaceTime HD cameraTouch Bar Force Touch trackpadMicrophones • Touch Bar: Some models include a Touch Bar at the top

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports) - Essentials

(up to 40 Gbps), connect to a display or projector, and more. 3.5 mm headphone jack Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or external speakers to listen to your favorite music or movies. • Microphones: Talk with friends or record audio (models with the Touch Bar have three microphones; other models have two microphones). Touch ID (power button)FaceTime HD cameraTouch Bar Force Touch trackpadMicrophones • Touch Bar: Some models include a Touch Bar at the top

iPhone User Guide for iOS 8.4

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iPod touch User Guide for iOS 8.4

, service, and support 161 FCC compliance statement 162 Canadian regulatory statement 162 Disposal and recycling information 164 Apple and the environment Contents 7 1 8 iPod touch at a glance iPod touch overview This guide describes the features of iOS 8.4 for: • iPod touch 5th generation • iPod touch 6th generation Microphone iSight camera* LED flash* Sleep/Wake button Volume buttons Headphones port FaceTime camera Home button Multi-Touch display Speaker Lightning connector App icons Status bar

MacBook Pro (17-inch) - User Guide

When an Application Doesn’t Respond 46 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 47 Connecting to a Printer 48 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 49 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 49 Transferring Files to or from Another Computer 51 Chapter 3: Using Your MacBook Pro 52 Using Universal Serial Bus (USB) Devices 55 Connecting with FireWire 59 Using ExpressCards 60 How AirPort Provides Wireless Internet Access 61 Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 63

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, Double Layer Super Drive) - User Guide

Connecting to a Printer 30 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 30 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 30 Transferring Files to Another Computer Chapter 3 33 Using Your PowerBook 34 Using Universal Serial Bus (USB) Devices 36 Connecting With FireWire 38 Using PC Cards 39 Understanding AirPort Extreme Wireless Networking 40 Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 4 Contents 43 Connecting With Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T) 44 Using Your Modem 44

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.67GHz) - User Guide

Calibrating Your Battery 19 What’s Next? Chapter 2 21 The Basics 21 Getting to Know Your New PowerBook 22 Adjusting Your Display 23 Using Your Power Adapter 24 Using the Trackpad 25 Using the Keyboard 26 Using a Mouse 26 Learning About Mac OS X 27 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 28 Using Applications 28 Connecting to a Printer 29 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 30 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 30 Connecting a Camera

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.67/1.5GHz) - User Guide

external monitor 9 FireWire 9 headphone 9, 44 internal modem 9 power adapter 9 S-video out 9 TV out 9 USB 9 power adapter 23, 73 port 9 Power button 7, 14 PPPoE 82 configuration 88 connections 12, 82, 93 presentation mode (see display mirroring) 45 Print & Fax preferences 28 printing 28 setup 28 problems computer freezes 64 computer won’t respond 63 computer won’t turn on 64 display goes black 65 hard disk 66 Internet connection 66, 92 pointer won’t move 63 PPPoE connections

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.5 GHz) - User Guide

Calibrating Your Battery 18 What’s Next? Chapter 2 21 The Basics 21 Getting to Know Your New PowerBook 22 Adjusting Your Display 23 Using Your Power Adapter 24 Using the Trackpad 25 Using the Keyboard 25 Using a Mouse 26 Learning About Mac OS X 26 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 27 Using Applications 27 Connecting to a Printer 29 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 29 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 30 Connecting a Camera

iPad User Guide for iOS 7.1

iPod touch User Guide for iOS 7.1

button Volume buttons Headphones port FaceTime camera Home button Touchscreen Speaker Lightning connector App icons Status bar iPod touch apps and features may vary based on your location, language, and model of iPod touch. To find out which features are supported in your area, see www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability. Accessories The following accessories are included with iPod touch: Apple EarPods. Use the Apple EarPods to listen to music, videos, audiobooks, podcasts, and games. Chapter 1

Logic Pro X Effects

iPhone User Guide for iOS 7.1

Logic Pro X Instruments

filters 52 ES2 Filter 1 modes 52 ES2 Filter 2 slopes 53 ES2 filter cutoff and resonance 55 Overdrive ES2 filters 56 Modulate ES2’s Filter 2 Frequency 57 ES2 amplifier parameters 57 Use ES2’s dynamic stage 57 Sine Level enhanced ES2 sounds 58 ES2 modulation 58 ES2 modulation overview 59 ES2 modulation router 63 ES2 LFOs 65 Use ES2 LFOs 66 ES2 envelopes 69 Use the Vector Envelope 70 Vector Envelope points, times, and loops 76 Use the Planar Pad 77 ES2 modulation target reference 83 ES2 modulation source

MainStage 3 Instruments

filters 53 ES2 Filter 1 modes 53 ES2 Filter 2 slopes 54 ES2 filter cutoff and resonance 56 Overdrive ES2 filters 57 Modulate ES2’s Filter 2 Frequency 58 ES2 amplifier parameters 58 Use ES2’s dynamic stage 58 Sine Level enhanced ES2 sounds 59 ES2 modulation 59 ES2 modulation overview 60 ES2 modulation router 64 ES2 LFOs 66 Use ES2 LFOs 67 ES2 envelopes 70 Use the Vector Envelope 71 Vector Envelope points, times, and loops 77 Use the Planar Pad 78 ES2 modulation target reference 84 ES2 modulation source

MacBook (13-inch) - User Guide

to a Printer 49 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 50 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 50 Transferring Files to or from Another Computer 53 Chapter 3: Using Your MacBook 54 Using Universal Serial Bus (USB) Devices 57 Connecting with FireWire 61 How AirPort Provides Wireless Internet Access 62 Using Bluetooth Wireless Technology 64 Connecting with Ethernet 65 Using External Video Support 68 Connecting Speakers and Other Audio Devices 69

MainStage 3 Effects

PowerBook G4 (12-inch, 1.33 GHz) - Getting Started

Started 6 Basic Features of Your PowerBook 8 Additional Features of Your PowerBook 10 Setting Up 16 How Do I Turn My PowerBook Off? 17 Calibrating Your Battery 18 What’s Next? r 2 19 The Basics 19 Getting to Know Your New PowerBook 20 Adjusting Your Display 21 Using Your Power Adapter 22 Using the Trackpad 23 Using the Keyboard 23 Using a Mouse 24 Learning About Mac OS X 24 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 25 Connecting to a Printer 26 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 27

Compressor (4.1.2) - User Guide

PowerBook G4 (17-inch, 1.5GHz) - Getting Started

and Setting Your Preferences 25 Connecting to a Printer 26 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 26 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 27 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 27 Connecting to a Network 28 Using the Internet 28 Transferring Files to Another Computer 29 When an Application Freezes r 3 31 Using Your Computer 32 Universal Serial Bus (USB) 34 FireWire 36 PC Cards 37 Using Bluetooth Devices 4 40 Using Your Modem 40 Connecting Speakers and Audio Devices 41 External

PowerBook G4 (15-inch, 1.33GHz/1.5GHz) - Getting Started

to a Printer 26 Monitoring Printing 26 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 27 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 27 Connecting to a Network 27 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 28 Using the Internet 28 Transferring Files to Another Computer 29 When an Application Freezes r 3 31 Using Your Computer 32 Universal Serial Bus (USB) 34 FireWire 36 PC Cards 4 39 Ethernet (10/100/1000Base-T) 40 Using Your Modem 40 Connecting Speakers and Audio Devices 41 External Video Support

iPod touch User Guide for iOS 6.1

) Sleep/Wake button Volume buttons Headphones port Speaker Lightning connector FaceTime camera Home button Touchscreen App icons Status bar iPod touch 5th generation (32 GB or more) Microphone iSight camera LED flash iPod touch loop iPod touch apps and features may vary based on your location, language, and model of iPod touch. To find out which features are supported in your area, see www.apple.com/ios/feature-availability. Chapter 1 iPod touch at a Glance 8 Accessories The following

iPhone User Guide for iOS 6.1

iPad User Guide for iOS 6.1

MacBook Pro (15-inch) - User Guide

Using the Apple Remote and Front Row 39 Using the Built-in iSight Camera 42 Getting Answers Using Mac Help 4 Contents 44 Learning About Mac OS X 45 Customizing Your Desktop and Setting Your Preferences 46 Using Applications 47 When an Application Does Not Respond 47 Keeping Your Software Up to Date 48 Connecting to a Printer 49 Playing a CD and Connecting Headphones 50 Connecting a Camera or Other FireWire or USB Device 50 Transferring Files

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