A new tool to report the architecture including 64-bit compatibility of any app, code bundle, or command tool. Free of course.
When you want control over the codecs used and their settings, or have a large batch of movies to convert, use a transcoder like Compressor.
How to use the Finder to locate movies which need to be converted for future compatibility, and converting them with QuickTime Player/
When converting legacy formats relying on QuickTime 7 for decoding, don’t forget movies and images embedded in presentations.
Later this year, in macOS 10.15, one of the media types which will become unsupported is JPEG 2000 still images. Here’s how to find and convert your old images.
32-bit apps and codecs die with macOS 10.15 later this year. Many video, audio and still image formats will become unusable as a result. Here’s what to do.
A broken Combo updater, and total lack of release notes (even for developers) may make 10.14.3 look bad, but as development of 10.15 gathers pace, prospects are good for macOS.
Have you given up with the Legacy Software section in System Information? It’s getting more useful, and probably an escalating nudge on the part of Apple. Here’s why.
We are warned that a future release of macOS will not run old 32-bit software. Should we worry? How to find out the scale of your problem.
Mojave’s new feature to show ‘Legacy Software’ is far from complete, and thoroughly misleading.