iAd Workbench: Track impressions and clicks
Apr 28, 2016 Tags must be properly formatted. Certain values aren’t accepted by iAd; if a tag contains one of these values, it must be modified as follows: If a tag contains this value It must be replaced with this value timestamp RND cachebuster RND Any special characters The character’s HTML or ASCII equivalent iAd doesn’t allow tags that exhibit malicious behavior. In addition, attempts to do any of the following will be blocked: Setting cookies from third-party URLs Collecting any data other than countshttps://support.apple.com/kb/PH23005?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
Share photos to Facebook from iPhoto and Aperture
Nov 18, 2016 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 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 usehttps://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 librarieshttps://support.apple.com/en-us/HT200060
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