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BitnappingTV is an almost daily show with brief tips and tricks on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. We bring you the stuff that makes you day to day computer life easier.
Recent Episodes for BitnappingTV
DATE: Wed, 04 Aug 2010
SIZE: 52.3 MB
BitnappingTV #120 Expenditure

Sometimes it is hard to keep track of all the little expenses we have each day. Having a utility that helps tracking this makes things much easier. The iPhone app Expenditure ( helps tracking these in a nice way.   There is still time to take part in the Summer of Podcasts ( and enter the code you'll get in this episode to win one of the cool prizes.

DATE: Wed, 28 Jul 2010
SIZE: 25.3 MB
BitnappingTV #119 Evernote for Firefox

There is still nothing that can be said about Evernote ( in general that wasn covered in #116 and #117 but today it is all about the Evernote Addon for Firefox (

DATE: Mon, 26 Jul 2010
SIZE: 41.3 MB
BitnappingTV #118 Echofon

We already showed you one Twitter app, but maybe your aren't into Birds, so Echofon ( might be an alternative.  Please don't forget that this is the last chance to enter the "Summer of Podcasts" ( contest.

DATE: Wed, 21 Jul 2010
SIZE: 21.8 MB
BitnappingTV #117 Evernote for Chrome

There is nothing that can be said about Evernote ( in general that wasn covered in #116 but today it is all about the Evernote Extension for Google Chrome (

DATE: Wed, 14 Jul 2010
SIZE: 47.2 MB
BitnappingTV #116 Evernote

Web: If you havent heard about Evernote ( you probably live under a rock, but you definitely missed one of the greatest productivity apps ever.

DATE: Mon, 12 Jul 2010
SIZE: 38.5 MB
BitnappingTV #115 PhoneView

Accessing data like text messages, music, images, etc. on your iPhone seems to be impossible. Not any more! Phoneview ( to the rescue! 

DATE: Mon, 05 Jul 2010
SIZE: 40.6 MB
BitnappingTV #114 Textexpander + Giveaway

Mac: If you need to type quite a lot, TextExpander ( is a huge timesaver. SmileOnMyMac was kind enough to give us three licenses for you to win. Just tell us in the comments why you'l love to have TextExpander until July, 25, and maybe we'll pick you ;)

DATE: Fri, 02 Jul 2010
SIZE: 21.4 MB
BitnappingTV #113 Cloud

Mac: Sharing screenshots, URLs and files quickly and easily doesn't have to be a pain. Jack will show you how Cloud ( helps you making this easy

DATE: Wed, 23 Jun 2010
SIZE: 32.8 MB
BitnappingTV #112 Locations 2.0

Mac: You might know that: You use your Mac at multiple locations and everyone needs different system settings that are tedious to set up. Locations 2.0 ( helps you to automate this.

DATE: Mon, 21 Jun 2010
SIZE: 32.5 MB
BitnappingTV #111 CeltX

Windows/Mac/Linux: If you ever feel the urge to create a storyboard and/or a script for a movie or play, Celtx ( is THE best and free solution for you. Our intern Jack ( shows you what this great piece of software is capable of.

DATE: Fri, 18 Jun 2010
SIZE: 29.3 MB
BitnappingTV #110 iCal Viewer

Mac: Always being able to see you upcoming iCal events can be hugely helpful. This is exactly what iCal Viewer ( does. It puts it directly on your desktop wallpaper.

DATE: Wed, 16 Jun 2010
SIZE: 21.9 MB
BitnappingTV #109 Chrome FlashBlock

Flash can actually be pretty annoying. Either because it starts playing music right away or because it makes your browser slow. If you use Google Chrome, Flashblock is THE extension for you ( inhpoiabjplobcaignabnl?hl=de)

DATE: Tue, 15 Jun 2010
SIZE: 20.4 MB
BitnappingTV #108 The Unarchiver

Mac OS X: Need to unarchive some strange kind of compressed archive format? Not a problem with The Unarchiver ( Oh and don't forget to take part on the Summer of Podcasts ( The first round ends today!

DATE: Fri, 11 Jun 2010
SIZE: 35.8 MB
BitnappingTV #107 Adapter

Mac/Windows: Converting audio and video can be some kind of science, but it doesn't have to. With Adapter ( it is super easy to convert any format. Tino will show you how.

DATE: Wed, 09 Jun 2010
SIZE: 42.8 MB
BitnappingTV #106 Tags 2.0

Spotlight is great for searching but to be honest it could be more powerful. If you are a tagging fanatic as we are, you will love Tags 2.0 ( It gives you a lightning fast search and the ability to tag virtually every file in every place and application on your system.

DATE: Mon, 07 Jun 2010
SIZE: 18.7 MB
BitnappingTV #105 Foxit Reader

Windows: You don't like the Adobe PDF Reader but need to view PDF files? Here is the solution: Foxit Reader ( Rudi will show you why this application is worth the download.

DATE: Fri, 04 Jun 2010
SIZE: 46.1 MB
BitnappingTV #104 Kiwi

Are you looking for a neat Twitter client for OS X with many cool features? Give Kiwi (, It is not just pretty nice, it also comes with some great features.

DATE: Wed, 02 Jun 2010
SIZE: 17.7 MB
BitnappingTV #103 DownThemAll!

Downloading huge files might take a while and downloading lots of files from a site doesn't make it easier. But DownThemAll! ( does!

DATE: Mon, 31 May 2010
SIZE: 37.0 MB
BitnappingTV #102 Fotomagico - Advanced Titles

If you want to go beyond standard titles in FotoMagico (, Tino will show you what you can do with a neat workaround.

DATE: Fri, 28 May 2010
SIZE: 23.2 MB
BitnappingTV #101 Flattr

If you followed Twitter a bit these days you might have heard of flattr ( It is a service that makes donating to content creators easy and painless. Check it out, and by the way. We have a flattr button too ;)

DATE: Wed, 26 May 2010
SIZE: 119. MB
BitnappingTV #100 Blooper Reel

Thank you for being a BitnappingTV subscriber. Today you'll se what we kept from you so far. All the silly bloopers that we created during the last 100 episodes. After watching this we really have to wonder how we ever published one single episode :)

DATE: Mon, 24 May 2010
SIZE: 17.9 MB
BitnappingTV #099 CCleaner

Windows: Do you wanna clean up all the leftovers of the system and applications? You can either fiddle with files and the registry manually, or just use CCleaner (

DATE: Fri, 21 May 2010
SIZE: 49.5 MB
BitnappingTV #098 Espionage

We all like to keep secrets. Either because we just like to or because we have to. Espionage 2 ( does exactly that. It helps you in a very elegant way to encrypt your data on the fly and decrypt it just as easy. Like this you can always be sure that no one bitnaps your data.

DATE: Wed, 19 May 2010
SIZE: 42.9 MB
BitnappingTV #097 - iStat Menus

Do you want to know what your mac is doing all the time? We do. So we use iStatmenus ( for that. It shows you what happens and much more. Let Tino show you. 

DATE: Mon, 17 May 2010
SIZE: 32.0 MB
BitnappingTV #096 Google Chrome + Adblock

You may have heard of Google Chrome (, the fast multi platform browser. We show you basic functionality of Chrome and how to install extensions like Adblock (

DATE: Wed, 12 May 2010
SIZE: 26.7 MB
BitnappingTV #095 iRip

You have music on your iPod or iPhone you don't have on your computer any more or you want to get music from a friends iDevice? Then iRip ( is for you. Check it out and bitnap your music back!

DATE: Wed, 05 May 2010
SIZE: 50.2 MB
BitnappingTV #094 Streaming with BoinxTV

With just two, free pieces of free third party software, you can enable BoinxTV to stream your show live to any streaming provider or application. All you need is Camtwist ( and Soundflower ( With these Tools you can pipe the output to e.g. a Web-Studio, Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder or Quicktime Broadcaster.

DATE: Thu, 01 Apr 2010
SIZE: 22.8 MB
BitnappingTV #093 TextExpanderInk

Today SmileOnMyMac ( releases their revolutionary new product: TextExpanderink ( It saves you soo much time writing text.

DATE: Mon, 29 Mar 2010
SIZE: 22.4 MB
BitnappingTV #092 Force Quit Mac apps

Let's be honest: Sometimes even Mac apps hang. What can you do to quit them? Use the force ;)

DATE: Wed, 24 Mar 2010
SIZE: 23.0 MB
BitnappingTV #091 Mac OS X Keyboard controls

Sometimes you might think that you can't fully control OS X using your keyboard, but wait! Tino will show you how to do that.

DATE: Fri, 29 Jan 2010
SIZE: 25.6 MB
BitnappingTV #090 Prism

In Episode #034 we showed you how to create site specific browser applications using fluid and that was only good for Mac users. With Mozilla Prism (, this will change. Do the same for Windows and Linux using Prism.

DATE: Wed, 20 Jan 2010
SIZE: 53.0 MB
BitnappingTV #089 Handbrake

DATE: Mon, 18 Jan 2010
SIZE: 33.6 MB
BitnappingTV #088 Disk Inventory X

Do you know that: The free space on your harddrives just vanishes and you have no clue where to? Tino will show you Disk Inventory X ( and how it can help you out of this.

DATE: Fri, 15 Jan 2010
SIZE: 33.5 MB
BitnappingTV #087 Mail Act-On 2

Mail rules are nice, but sometimes you'd just like to apply that specific rule to this specific email? No problem with Mail Act-On (, this tool will really help you to organize your inbox quickly and efficient.

DATE: Wed, 13 Jan 2010
SIZE: 16.6 MB
BitnappingTV #086 Mail - Multiple sender addresses

Let's say you have multiple sender addresses within the same domain and you want to be able to send emails from all of those addresses without creating multiple account. Tino will show you how to do that.

DATE: Mon, 11 Jan 2010
SIZE: 18.1 MB
BitnappingTV #085 Windows 7 Bitnapping mode

Windows 7 has a special mode built in, the Bitnapping Mode. Just watch Rudi doing his magic. All you need is this special string: Bitnapping-Mode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

DATE: Thu, 07 Jan 2010
SIZE: 55.6 MB
BitnappingTV #084 iPhone App

It finally arrived, our own BitnappingTV iPhone app that makes it possible to watch and download our episodes and notifies you about new episodes using push notifications. Even better: it is completely free. get it from the Appstore ( 4?mt=8)

DATE: Mon, 04 Jan 2010
SIZE: 20.2 MB
BitnappingTV #083 The option key

Even tough the option key is the smallest of all the modifier keys it has big impact on certain functions. Let Bastian show you what to do with it.

DATE: Mon, 04 Jan 2010
SIZE: 32.2 MB
BitnappingTV #082 Click2Flash

Do you know that: You open a website and flash ads start playing, your Safari gets slow and you find yourself in this Flash-mess? Tino will show you a way out, with Click2Flash (

DATE: Mon, 21 Dec 2009
SIZE: 18.9 MB
BitnappingTV #081 7Stack

You have seen Stack in #044, but maybe you are using Windows and don't have a Mac. Here is the solution: 7Stack ( Rudi will show you what you can do with 7Stack.

DATE: Wed, 16 Dec 2009
SIZE: 81.0 MB
BitnappingTV #080

It seems as everyone needs Todo or GTD applications. Most of these apps have two problems a) they don't run on any OS b) they don't have a online sync. The free ( does both and is an excellent application.

DATE: Mon, 14 Dec 2009
SIZE: 43.9 MB
BitnappingTV #079 Mail Herald

Somtimes you might like to know if a new email is worth switching to Apple Mail. This is what Mail Herald ( for, it gives you a peek at the email, but check out the video to see more.

DATE: Fri, 11 Dec 2009
SIZE: 49.6 MB
BitnappingTV #078 Sendspace

Sending large files over email isn't really easy but there is a solution: Sendspace ( It allows you to upload files and share a links with the recipient.

DATE: Wed, 09 Dec 2009
SIZE: 82.9 MB
BitnappingTV #077 Adium

Tino likes duck, and he likes chatting. So he shows you his favorite chat tool Adium ( and why it is so great to chat with a duck.

DATE: Sat, 05 Dec 2009
SIZE: 32.8 MB
BitnappingTV #076 Virtual Clone Drive

You may have created an .iso image with ImgBurn but what now? Rudi will show you another nice tool that helps you mount images without having to burn them.

DATE: Thu, 03 Dec 2009
SIZE: 42.8 MB
BitnappingTV #075 RCDefaultApp

Handling the default applications for different file type, URL schemes and such doesn't need to be a hassle. Bastian will show you how this can easily be done using RCDefaultApp (

DATE: Mon, 30 Nov 2009
SIZE: 53.8 MB
BitnappingTV #074 Netvibes

A customized startpage can be very handy. is exactly that and more. Tino will show you what you can do with and why it is so cool.

DATE: Fri, 27 Nov 2009
SIZE: 30.4 MB
BitnappingTV #073 ImgBurn

Creating or burning .iso Images is not so easy in Windows. Until now. Rudi will show you ImgBurn ( that helps you with this specific task.

DATE: Wed, 25 Nov 2009
SIZE: 42.5 MB
BitnappingTV #072 CharacterPal

Just take the description from Episode 19 ( 19-using-the-character-palette.html) an replace Character Palette with CharacterPal ( Thanks to Thomas (

DATE: Mon, 23 Nov 2009
SIZE: 24.7 MB
BitnappingTV #071 Mail - Send again

Sometimes this happens: you send an email and forget one recipient. How can you resend the email without copy'n'pasting the content? Tino will show you how to do that in

DATE: Fri, 20 Nov 2009
SIZE: 23.8 MB
BitnappingTV #070 - FileHippo

As it is so tedious to keep track of all the updates for the software on your system, Rudi found a nice Windows application that helps you doing that: FileHippo (

DATE: Wed, 18 Nov 2009
SIZE: 29.5 MB
BitnappingTV #069 Secret Files

Sometimes you don't want a file or folder to be seen but don't want to go through the hassle to encrypt it. There is an easy solution for that and an easy solution for finding them. Bastian will show you how to bitnap those files.

DATE: Mon, 16 Nov 2009
SIZE: 30.1 MB
BitnappingTV #068 The Caps Lock key

DON'T YOU HATE IT WHEN PEOPLE VIRTUALLY SHOUT AT YOU, OR EVEN WORSE: IF YOU DO THIS TO SOMEONE INNOCENT?! We'll stop that. Tino shows you how to disable the caps lock key on Mac OS X.

DATE: Wed, 11 Nov 2009
SIZE: 44.9 MB
BitnappingTV #067 Windows Shortcuts

Not only Windows 7 is new, also our new Windows specialist is new to BitnappingTV. Rudi is our new host, specialized on Windows stuff and he will show you all the stuff, Tino and Bastian have no idea of. Today it is all about windows shortcuts.

DATE: Mon, 09 Nov 2009
SIZE: 48.7 MB
BitnappingTV #066

Archives are great. You can file a lot of stuff in them and in the end you can find stuff. There one such a thing for the web, called ( Take a closer look together with Bastian

DATE: Sat, 07 Nov 2009
SIZE: 33.1 MB
BitnappingTV #065 Mail - Bounce

Sometimes you get email from people you don't want to get any more email from. Just bounce the mails back. Tino will show you how to do that in Apple Mail.

DATE: Wed, 04 Nov 2009
SIZE: 68.1 MB
BitnappingTV #064 Google Wave app

Google Wave ( is surely the hot new thing but it is a web app and most of us just love standalone apps. With the help of Fluid ( we show you how to make a nice Google Wave app.

DATE: Fri, 30 Oct 2009
SIZE: 27.2 MB
BitnappingTV #063 Mail - Photo Browser

If you want to add images to your emails, there is a very easy way for that. See how Tino shows you how to use the Photo Browser and don't forget to take part in the

DATE: Thu, 29 Oct 2009
SIZE: 30.4 MB
BitnappingTV #062 Minimize icons into Dock

Minimizing an app into the document space of the dock surely is nice, but it takes up much space. Bastian shows you how to bitnap this space back.To win a one year subscription, check out http://www.podcastmadness and use the secret code we give away in this episode.

DATE: Mon, 26 Oct 2009
SIZE: 27.3 MB
BitnappingTV #061 - Quickly Switch Audio Devices

Since Snow leopard it is possible to quickly switch between audio in and output devices without using 3rd party software or opening system preferences. Tino will show you how, and you will get the secret code for PodcastMadness. If you are searching for the not-so-secret code, it is: blogmozy Also check out the other podcasts at to get the rest of the secret codes to win a one year subscription for

DATE: Fri, 23 Oct 2009
SIZE: 34.4 MB
BitnappingTV #060 Edit Address Book distribution list

If you have groups in your address book and you want to send emails to the entire group, it might happen that a person has multiple addresses. Bastian will show you how to make sure everyone gets their mail to the correct address.

DATE: Thu, 22 Oct 2009
SIZE: 59.6 MB
BitnappingTV #059 atMonitor

To be honest, Apples built in Activitiy monitor isn't bad but it could be better. So there is an improvement called atMonitor ( It shows you all you need to know about your system, like this you can see what process is bitnapping your resources.

DATE: Thu, 22 Oct 2009
SIZE: 59.6 MB
BitnappingTV #059 atMonitor

To be honest, Apples built in Activitiy monitor isn't bad but it could be better. So there is an improvement called atMonitor ( It shows you all you need to know about your system, like this you can see what process is bitnapping your resources.

DATE: Fri, 16 Oct 2009
SIZE: 56.1 MB
BitnappingTV #058 iStatMenus

Do you alway want to know what's going on inside your Mac? If you do, let Tino show you what iStatMenus is ( With these handy utilities you can keep an eye on your system very easily.

DATE: Mon, 12 Oct 2009
SIZE: 40.9 MB
BitnappingTV #057 TubeMogul Basics

We talked about it before: Tubemogul (, Now we'll show you why we love using TM and what it does for us.

DATE: Fri, 09 Oct 2009
SIZE: 46.5 MB
BitnappingTV #056 Assign Icons

Sometimes apps have ugly icons or no icons at all. Now it's time to bitnap a beautiful icon from somewhere else and assign it. Bastian will show you how to do that with system tools or the free FastICNS ( ).

DATE: Wed, 07 Oct 2009
SIZE: 30.1 MB
BitnappingTV #055 32Bit Mode

If you are on Snow Leopard, you might have seen that some apps don't react the way the are supposed to yet. This is often due to 32 and 64-Bit mode. Tino will show you what you have to do.

DATE: Mon, 05 Oct 2009
SIZE: 29.5 MB
BitnappingTV #054 Quicktime X PrefPane

You probably all saw the new Quicktime X Player that came with Snow Leopard, but maybe you don't like all its new "features". Tino shows you Quicktime X Prefpane ( that helps you to customize the new player a little. Be a bitnapper!

DATE: Fri, 02 Oct 2009
SIZE: 44.3 MB
BitnappingTV #053 FolderActions

You all maybe heard of Folder Actions, but what are they and how do they work? Bastian will show you and give you an insight into them, or should I say "intu zem"? Happy bitnapping!

DATE: Fri, 25 Sep 2009
SIZE: 31.0 MB
BitnappingTV #052 Caffeine

What do you do if you fall asleep while e.g. watching a movie? You drink some caffeine. Give your mac the same stuff to prevent it or the display from falling asleep if you don't want it to. You find Caffeine at Happy bitnapping!

DATE: Wed, 23 Sep 2009
SIZE: 48.1 MB
BitnappingTV #051 Burn discs with OS X

You probably still need to burn CDs or DVDs rather often. Today Bastian will show you how to burn your data on discs with system tools or the free LiquidCD ( Happy bitnapping!

DATE: Mon, 21 Sep 2009
SIZE: 62.0 MB
BitnappingTV #050 Gmail IMAP Controls

We doubt that there is still anyone out there that doesn't use Gmail. If you use Gmail with IMAP you might have seen tons of rather useless folders floating around there. Tino will show you how to bitnap these folder out of you mail application without loosing them in the web interface.

DATE: Fri, 18 Sep 2009
SIZE: 28.2 MB
BitnappingTV #049 Add Applications to the Finder

Sometimes it can help to have certain applications right inside of the Finder for quick access. And there is a simple way to add it to the title bar. Bastian shows you how to do that. Happy bitnapping!

DATE: Wed, 16 Sep 2009
SIZE: 28.9 MB
BitnappingTV #048 Get iPhone photos with Image Capture

Sometimes you need to get you iPhone photos off your device without being on your own computer. All you need is a cable and another mac and you are ready to go. The application Image Capture will help you bitnap your photos from the iphone on any Mac!

DATE: Tue, 15 Sep 2009
SIZE: 43.2 MB
BitnappingTV #047 TwitterFox

Some people live completely in Firefox and so it makes much sense to use a Twitter client right in there. Here comes Twitterfox ( Use it right inside Firefox and tweet from there. Happy bitnapping!

DATE: Mon, 07 Sep 2009
SIZE: 20.9 MB
BitnappingTV #047 Windows startup

Do you know that? Some applications just add themselves to the startup sequence and like this it takes forever for Windows to start and you always have windows opening up after the start. Not any more. Tino will show you how to bitnap those apps out there.

DATE: Fri, 04 Sep 2009
SIZE: 52.7 MB
BitnappingTV #046 Snow Leopard: New QuickTime features

With the brand new QuickTime X, a few new features are introduced. It's Movie, Audio and Screen recording. And it's all for free. Watch Bastian bitnap his own screen.

DATE: Wed, 02 Sep 2009
SIZE: 29.4 MB
BitnappingTV #045 Snow Leopard: Put back

Windows users could do that for years: putting back files from the trash to their original location by simply clicking a "put back" command. With 10.6 Snow Leopard OS X is finally also capable of doing so. Now we Mac users can also bitnap files from the trash.nn

DATE: Tue, 01 Sep 2009
SIZE: 30.7 MB
BitnappingTV #044 Snow Leopard: Stacks

Again a feature that was there before but received a few little upgrades. Tino will give you an insight on what's new in Stacks and why you should use them. Be a bitnapper too!nn

DATE: Fri, 28 Aug 2009
SIZE: 37.9 MB
BitnappingTV #043 Snow Leopard: Expose

With Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard being released today we took a look at some of the few new features that aren't under the hood. Today we look at Expose and all that's new with it in Snow Leopard. Happy bitnapping!nn

DATE: Wed, 26 Aug 2009
SIZE: 92.6 MB
BitnappingTV #042 BoinxTV Weathermap

If you are using BoinxTV ( you may be stumbled over the weather map, that only shows the map of Germany. If you know Quartz Composer you can actually bitnap the german map out of it and put your own map in. Achim from Boinx Software will show you how.nn

DATE: Mon, 24 Aug 2009
SIZE: 66.4 MB
BitnappingTV #041 Dropzone

Today we bitnap you into the Dropzone. No, we're not talking about bad parachute movies but about a very neat file-handling utility from aptonic ( that will help you to e.g. upload files and do other useful stuff.nn

DATE: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
SIZE: 37.4 MB
BitnappingTV #040 Empty the trash using Quicksilver

One of the thing we do almost religiously is emptying our system trash. To make that as fast and as easy as possible we use a hotkey in Quicksilver. Tino will show you how to set this up and how to bitnap the contents of the trash in seconds.nn

DATE: Wed, 19 Aug 2009
SIZE: 49.6 MB
BitnappingTV #039 Create Ringtones with Audiko

If you don't know how to use audio programs, creating custom ringtones for your iPhone or other mobile phones isn't that easy. Bastian will show you how to create a ringtone in no time using Don't stop bitnapping!nn

DATE: Mon, 17 Aug 2009
SIZE: 21.2 MB
BitnappingTV #038 Gmail Themes

 Gmail is a pretty solid webmail solution but some might not find the Interface to be pretty. Maybe you havent noticed the Themes tab yet. Tino bitnaps the old standard design and shows you more.nn

DATE: Fri, 14 Aug 2009
SIZE: 39.7 MB
BitnappingTV #037 DockGone

Sometime the Dock is just in the way and turning hiding on doesn't really make it better. Here comes DockGone ( It simply hides and bitnaps the Dock completely and brings it back if needed. A simple one trick pony that is extremely useful.nn

DATE: Wed, 12 Aug 2009
SIZE: 49.7 MB
BitnappingTV #036 MailTags

Sometimes flagging emails is not enough to categorize email. This is what MailTags ( is for. You can tag every mail just the way you want it to be tagged. Check out what Tino shows you.nn

DATE: Mon, 10 Aug 2009
SIZE: 26.9 MB
BitnappingTV #035 Create PDFs in OS X

PDFs have many advantages, they look the same on any computer and almost everyone can open them. In OS X it is really easy to generate PDF from virtually every application. Bastian will show you how to do that. Happy bitnapping!nn

DATE: Fri, 07 Aug 2009
SIZE: 44.9 MB
BitnappingTV #034 Fluid

Web applications like Twitter, Gmail, etc are really nice and almost feel like desktop apps but there is one drawback: They are always inside of your browser. Tino will show you how to bitnap a webapp out of your browser and into Fluid ( to make it a standalone application.nn

DATE: Wed, 05 Aug 2009
SIZE: 47.8 MB
BitnappingTV #033 Adblock Plus

All the Safari users are now ad free thanks to Safari Adblock and our Firefox friends are still hammered by ads. This is going to change now, thanks to Adblock Plus ( Like this your firefox will also bitnap all those nasty ads for you.nn

DATE: Mon, 03 Aug 2009
SIZE: 30.7 MB
BitnappingTV #032 - Safari Adblock

One of the most annoying thing on the web are ads. This is why Tino will bitnap all the ads using Safari Adblock ( He will show you how to configure it and how it works. Happy bitnapping!nn

DATE: Fri, 31 Jul 2009
SIZE: 13.8 MB
BitnappingTV #031 - BoinxTV - Trigger multiple layers

In BoinxTV you might want to trigger multiple layers at the same time. At first sight this looks impossible but it actually is possible. See how Bastian bitnaps this.nn

DATE: Wed, 29 Jul 2009
SIZE: 29.2 MB
BitnappingTV #030 - Jing

Creating screenshots or recording screencasts is very often really helpful. This is why Tino hand-picked todays application: It is called Jing, and is available for Mac and Windows. The best thing: It's free! Head over to and bitnap it there!nn

DATE: Mon, 27 Jul 2009
SIZE: 30.1 MB
BitnappingTV #029 - Run applications as an administrator

On Windows you should always be logged in as a standard user. If you need admin privileges you can gain them very quick. Bastian will show you how to do that. Keep on bitnapping!nn

DATE: Mon, 13 Jul 2009
SIZE: 49.2 MB
BitnappingTV #028 - Free Studio Suite

Converting video is needed rather often. Tino will show a nice Windows application that gives you many tools to convert videos. Keep on bitnapping!nn

DATE: Wed, 08 Jul 2009
SIZE: 46.7 MB
BitnappingTV #028 - MozBackup

If you like Mozilla Firefox as much as we do and you use Windows you might want to take a look at MozBackup ( It bakups all of your Mozilla settings and files and also helps to restore them quickly. Remember: A bitnap a day keeps the problem away.nn

DATE: Sun, 05 Jul 2009
SIZE: 22.1 MB
BitnappingTV Special: Recording session in 48 seconds

To give you an insight on how we produce and shoot BitnappingTV, here is a short timelapse of a recording session.nn

DATE: Fri, 03 Jul 2009
SIZE: 37.3 MB
BitnappingTV #027 The BoinxTV sources panel

 Today tino shows you how the sources panel in the live video production software BoinxTV ( works. By the way: this is the software we use to produce BitnappingTV. Keep on bitnapping!nn

DATE: Wed, 01 Jul 2009
SIZE: 25.5 MB
BitnappingTV #026 Auto-start applications

Making applications start automatically after login can be very handy. We'll show you the best way to do this. Keep on bitnapping!nn

DATE: Mon, 29 Jun 2009
SIZE: 29.8 MB
BitnappingTV #025 Supercharge the calculator

The OS X calculator can do much more than one expects. So let's supercharge it. Tino will push the right buttons and bitnap the old calculator.nn

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