Free Mac Video Tutorials from TheMacU.com

In this free lesson from the Mini Tutorials Collection see how to secure a note with a password on Mac or iOS! Current All Access members can view all the Mini Tutorials Here…

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In this free lesson from TheMacU.com see how to quickly replace the icon for an App, Folder, Drive or File!

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In this quick lesson we see how to scan several prints directly into Pixelmator Pro, edit and color correct each one individually and then share them to the Mac Photos App. This can be a relatively quick way to scan in old photo prints that you want to add to your Photos Library.

Learn much more about Pixelmator Pro and Photos for Mac as an All Access Member!

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In this overview  we look at the new Libraries Feature in Luminar 3. Luminar is a great Photo Enhancement and Editing App, check it out here… 

Save $10 on Luminar with the coupon code “TMU10

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In this quick lesson see how to quickly view the sizes of all folders displayed in a Finder Window on your Mac. Great for when you need to know the combined size of all the files in a folder!

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In this quick lesson from TheMacU.com see how to secure with encryption any file or folder on your Mac or external hard drives. Give Hider 2 a try for free!

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In this quick lesson we go through the sign up process for creating a new All Access Membership from TheMacU.com. We also look at account management and how you can then log into the TMU Tutorials App for Mac or iOS as well!

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In this lesson from the upcoming full tutorial on iMovie for Mac learn the general workflow and terminology used in iMovie. Look for the full tutorial in November of 2018!

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ML Enhance in Pixelmator Pro 1.2 uses Machine Learning to make automatic corrections to the exposure, brightness and colors in a photo. See how to use it in this lesson that’s been added to the Pixelmator Pro Essentials Tutorial.

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In this lesson from the full tutorial on the new features in macOS Mojave see how to set what information is displayed in the finder preview pane for different file types.

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