iAd Workbench: Track impressions and clicks
Share photos to Facebook from iPhoto and Aperture
Nov 18, 2016 Because of changes to the way Facebook handles sharing, it's no longer possible to share photos directly to Facebook from iPhoto or Aperture. You have a couple of options to share photos to Facebook from these legacy photo apps: Use Photos for macOS You can open your existing iPhoto or Aperture library in Photos for macOS and share your photos and videos to Facebook from there. When you're finished sharing, you can go back to using iPhoto or Aperture. Learn more in Updating from iPhoto to Photos for macOS. Upload photos with a web browser You can also drag photos from iPhoto or Aperture to your Desktop, and then upload them to the Facebook website using Safari or another web browser.https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207355
iAd Workbench: What is iAd Workbench?
Apr 28, 2016 What is iAd Workbench? iAd Workbench is the simplest way to create, manage, and optimize ad campaigns for your apps, music, websites, movies, and more. It enables you to reach millions of Apple users in over 100 countries. You can: Create advertising campaigns that appear on iOS devices and promote your iOS app—or any other product, service, or iTunes Store content—to the right audience View and analyze data about how your campaigns are performing Make changes to your campaigns (even while they’re running), to improve their performance and achieve your advertising objectives It’s simple: in just a few steps you select your audience, set your budget, and create ads. Your ads can include a customized ad banner, a full-page ad, or an MREC (medium rectangle) ad. Users can tap the banner or ad to watch your video, visit your website, download your app or other iTunes Store content, or go to a specific location within your app (using a deep link). If you create a banner ad, you can also let users see an expanded ad—an interactive, rich media ad created using the iAd Producer app. You can also create video ads for apps that support video. Instead of a banner, these ads contain a video that begins playing automatically; users can tap a link to go to your website, your product page on the iTunes Store or App Store, or a deep link in your app. To use iAd Workbench, you need to create an iAd Workbench account (or be listed as a user on an account). To sign in, use your Apple ID and password. Note: For best results, it’s recommended that you use iAd Workbench with one of the following operating systems and browsers: OS X Mountain Lion (v10.8 or later) and Safari Windows XP and Firefox Windows 7 and Chromehttps://support.apple.com/kb/PH22967?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Use audio descriptions to hear narration describing a video clip, show, or movie
Apr 28, 2016 If you're creating a video in a professional video editing app like Final Cut Pro X, you can add your own audio descriptions as a separate audio track. When creating audio tracks that contain descriptive video, apply a media characteristic tag to those tracks to indicate their purpose. If your media is tagged properly, Quicktime Player, iTunes, Safari, and other apps that play video can automatically select the appropriate audio track for the viewer. In Final Cut Pro X, you need to use the roles function to output the standard audio channel configuration for a descriptive audio track. Create and apply a role to any audio clips that you plan to use as part of the audio descriptive track. You can then export the audio as a separate channel in the QuickTime file when you share the finished project. You also tag that separate audio channel as an audio descriptive track like any audio channel in a QuickTime movie (see "For movie files" below). Learn more about applying roles and exporting with roles in Final Cut Pro X.https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204657
Aperture 3.5: Set "Share XML with other applications" to "Never" for better performance and faster quit times
May 6, 2016 In Aperture 3.5, sharing previews with other Apple applications is now handled differently than in previous versions. Previews from the Aperture library are always available to iMovie, Safari, Mail, and so on, regardless of Aperture's settings. This means that the sharing preference has been renamed from "Share previews with iLife and iWork" to "Share XML with other applications. New libraries created in Aperture 3.5 default to setting the XML sharing preference to "Never", but libraries created in Aperture 3.3 - 3.4.5 will retain their previous sharing settings. If you do not use Aperture media in any third-party applications, setting XML sharing to "Never" in existing libraries is best. This eliminates the need for Aperture to write periodically to an XML file which can cause a spinning wait cursor to appear as you work, or when you quit Aperture. If you use previews from Aperture with third-party applications, then the XML sharing setting may still be set to "Always" or "When quitting Aperture".https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200060
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