Share your iTunes movie clips on FaceBook

After your purchase a movie or TV show or music video from iTunes Store, some video clips are so interesting and amzing that you want to share with others?

How to do?

M4V Converter Plus can clip your iTunes videos and convert to Facebook format easily and quickly.

As an all-in-one iTunes video Converter, M4V Converter Plus converts any iTunes puchases and any iTunes Rentals movies, TV shows and music videos to unprotected video format like MP4, AVI, FLV and so on.

What’s more, the M4V Converter supports various output preset for iPod, iPhone, iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, iPad Mini2, Google Video, Facebook Video, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Note, PSP, Sony Walkman, iRiver, Creative Zen, Microsoft Xbox 360 and so on.

Steps to get iTunes movie clips and share on Facebook

  1. Download M4V Converter Plus, install and run it.
  2. Click “Add Files” to select the videos you want to clip and convert.
  1. Click the time setting box then choose Custom option, input the Begin and End time to convert the clips which you want.
  1. The profile displays a variety of mobile devices, and each device has one or more popular output formats such as mov, mp4, avi, flv, swf, 3gp and so on, and it shows the profiles which you used recently. Choose “FaceBook H264” as the output format.
  2. Click “Convert” button to open the converting box and start converting.

After converting is done, you can find the output in the history list. With M4V Converter Plus, you can get the output with YouTube video format without DRM protection. Then you can upload iTunes video to YouTube. Followed by your fans, you may enjoy becoming one of them and share your more iTunes videos.

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Apple Moves Audiobooks into iBooks App, Adds Chapter Select in iOS 8.4 Beta

Earlier today, Apple seeded the first iOS 8.4 beta, which includes a revamped Music app, to developers. MacRumors forum user pazimi has found that Apple has also made changes to how it handles audiobooks in the new beta, moving playback from the Music app to the iBooks app.


Audiobooks in iBooks in iOS 8.4 beta.
Currently, in iOS 8.3, a users’ audiobook library is divorced from their ebook library, forcing users to use two different apps to access their entire digital book library. The new update consolidates all books in Apple’s iBooks app and also fixes another longstanding issue with audiobooks on iOS. Since iOS 7, audiobook listeners have been unable to view chapter titles or even select them. However, pazimi points out that while chapters are now selectable in iOS 8.4, they do not list the actual chapter titles, as they’re listed as “track numbers”.

Finally, Apple has added a new fast forward and fast rewind feature, allowing users to easily scrub through an audiobook chapter. Users simply have to drag the book cover art to the left or right and hold to jump back or move forward further within the audiobook.

Update: iOS 8.4 also adds a standalone Audiobooks app to the CarPlay interface.

When you have DRM audiobooks and want to convert them to MP3, try Macsome Audio Book Converter, and you will like it.

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How to play iTunes protected M4V video files on Sandisk Sansa

Summary: Kigo M4V Converter for Win enables you to play iTunes protected media files on Sandisk Sansa wherever you go.

The SanDisk Sansa is a line of 2 to 32 gigabyte flash memory-based portable media players produced by SanDisk. With expansive capacities and expandable memory, Sansa media players become the ideal choice for athletes, commuters, travelers, and other active audio enthusiasts.

The SanDisk Sansa can play various video formats such as AVI, WMV, MPEG-4, etc. But they do not support M4V video files rented or purchased from iTunes Store which protected by Apple DRM copyright. If you want to play iTunes M4V files on Sandisk Sansa, you need to decode your M4V files bofore transfer them into the application.

Kigo M4V Convert for Win is a safe video converter and professional DRM removal software. It can not only convert iTunes M4V files to MP4, AVI for Sandisk Sansa, also can remove DRM copy-protection from M4V files rented or purchased from iTunes Store. In addition, it compatible with Windows XP/ 7/ 8 or later.

Steps to convert iTunes M4V files to Sandisk Sansa

Now download and install the trial version of Kigo M4V Converter. Then follow the steps below to convert iTunes M4V files to Sandisk Sansa on Windows.

  1. Launch Kigo M4V Converter. Click “Add Movies” button and rifled through the M4V videos in the file search window. Find the files you want to convert and click the “OK” button.
  2. Click the “Profile” drop-down list, select the “Other Mobile phone/ Device” tab and choose “Sandisk Sansa Series” as the output format.
  1. Click “Convert” button to start converting the M4V files. The converted files are saved as the default storage location.

Transfer the Converted videos onto Your Sandisk Sansa

  1. Connect your Sansa players to the computer, via USB cable.
  2. Click “My computer” icon on desk. You will find your Sansa player listed as a portable hard drive. Double click it, find “Internal Memory” and open it.
  3. Now you can choose the converted video files and copy them to your internal memory.
  4. After all settings are completed, you can disconnect the Sansa.

Now you can enjoy your iTunes M4V files on your Sandisk Sansa wherever you go.

How to convert iTunes purchased movies to Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 – inch

“I just got an Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9. And I have many films which purchased from iTunes Store like The Hunger Games, Inception, The Avengers, Big Hero, etc. Now I want to transfer them onto my new Kindle but failed. How can I do? – Belinda ”
With technological advance, ebooks have become increasingly popular. Stunning HD display, faster performance, unlimited cloud storage and so on. Such features of Kindle Fire make it 2 ranked tablet in the market, which went ahead to head with Apple’s iPad. It’s really beloved and beholden by reading enthusiasts.
So are we back to business. How to settle Belinda’s problem? As we all know, movies purchased from iTunes Store are .m4v format protected by Apple Fairplay which are unplayable on Kindle Fire HD unless you removed the DRM protection.
Next, we are going to talk about how to transfer iTunes purchased movies onto your Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch in detailed.
Kigo M4V Converter for Win is an all-in-one M4V Converter you can choose. It not only can get rid of DRM protection from iTunes purchased movies as well as iTunes movie rentals, but convert them to plain MP4, AVI, MOV, etc. Kigo M4V Converter for Win supports a series of output formats for kinds of video player devices, including iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, iRiver, Creative Zen, iDVD, PSP, PS2, Kindle Fire, Sony Walkman, Android mobile phones and so on.
How to transfer iTunes purchased movies onto your Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch
Step 1. Download, install and launch Kigo M4V Converter for Win.
Step 2. Add iTunes movies you wan to convert by clicking Add Movies button.
Step 3. Click output profile drop-down list, find Android Device and select Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch.
Step 4. Click Convert button to start iTunes movies to kindle Fire HD 8.9 – inch conversion progress.
Transfer iTunes videos into Kindle Fire
1.       Connect your Kindle Fire to your computer with the USB cable. You can find your device on my computer.
2.       Double-click my computer and find Kindle folder, and then open the Internal Storage folder.
3.       You can drag your converted iTunes movie files on this folder directly.
4.       Disconnect your device from your computer once the transfer is complete. Now you can play the iTunes movie files using the Kindle’s video player.

What makes Messi Messi?

Answer by Xavier Serey:

Among the many ingredients that made a Messi, there is probably the control he has of the ball, his spatial reasoning and sense of the game, and his hard work. His low center of gravity also probably helps.

First, obviously there is his incredible control of the ball, he drives it like no one else and its hard to tell where his foot stops and where the ball starts. The ball is always where he intends it to be, which is a difference even with CR7 who compensates for his sometimes approximate ball placement by running faster than everyone else. Also because he controls the ball so naturally, he can look up more often to see where everyone else is.
The next one is his spatial positioning and sense of the game. All pro players have the ability of anticipating their opponents movements and placing the ball out of reach (even good amateurs do). Messi seems to be able to do this even between 3 players, he usually knows the spot where none of them can get the ball but that still leaves him going forward in a direction that is strategically relevant. Combine that with a sense of the game, that's a killer.

Last important skill he has is hard work. Obviously all pro players have worked hard to get there. But if you compare Messi to Ronaldinho, it is really the factor that made the difference. Ronnie is more technically skilled and creative, but less of a pro player, he often partied before games, etc. Messi is more serious which makes him more consistent. This creates a positive dynamic in his team which ends up improving his game.

What makes Messi Messi?

How much did the domain name cost?

Answer by Dan Birchall:



Well, Steve Jobs left Apple in 1985 and didn't return until 1996.  The domain name was registered on February 19, 1987, while he was off running NeXT Computers and Pixar.

Clearly, he would have had nothing to do with registering the Apple domain.

So, you ask, how much did somebody at Apple pay for the domain name?


Surprised again? Well, at that point in time, nobody had gotten the idea that domain registration should be a commercial product. It was all funded by a government contract, and the only "cost" was the time involved in submitting paperwork.

The Internet was still the ARPAnet, with ultimate authority for most things resting with DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Domain registration was handled by the Defense Data Network Network Information Center (DDN-NIC) at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) – conveniently located 15 miles from Apple! – from 1972 to 1990.

In 1991, a new contract was granted to Government Systems, Inc. (GSI) which sub-contracted it to Network Solutions, Inc. (NSI).  Eventually, as .com filled up with more and more non-defense companies, DARPA gave control of it to the National Science Foundation (NSF) starting in 1993, and Network Solutions got the NSF contract too. But it wasn't until 1995 that the NSF let Network Solutions charge actual fees!

How much did the domain name cost?