For a new Pathfinder campaign, I wanted to avoid the drudgery of character creation, party introduction and learning the basic roll-play rules.
I recently started GMing a new Pathfinder campaign. The players are mostly new to roleplaying tabletop games. I wanted to make the first session as easy as possible by avoiding a few of the things I dread the most: character creation, party introduction and learning the basic roll-play rules.
Installation instructions for getting ffmpeg on your Mac, which donn’t assume you know how to use Terminal or how to execute commands. Every step is outlined below with screenshots and some explanations of what the commands are, for the curious.
To convert video file formats on your Mac, you’re going to want a great piece of open source software called “ffmpeg”. But, once you have it, it may not be clear how to get it working in your Mac. Here are the steps to get ffmpeg downloaded, placed into a folder so your system can find them, and how to make them executable and usable.
Every time I connected my iPhone or iPad to my Mac, iPhoto popped up with an import dialog. Then I figured it how to disable it for good.
Every time I connect my iPhone to my Mac, iPhoto pops up with an import dialog. I tried turning it off, but it keeps coming up every time my iPhone or iPad is connected. Then I figured it how to disable it for good.