Adobe Captivate 5

Adobe Captivate is a program that allows the creation of online demonstrations and interactive assessments, usually of other software programs, but it can be used for presentations, too.

Package Central

Packaging InDesign files takes up valuable time and computer resources. Simply put, Package Central offloads the actual collection of the graphic files to another system.

Toon Boom Animate 2

FAST ANIMATION SOFTWARE Toon Boom Animate 2 is the gold-standard tool for creating Flash animations. As there’s some confusion surrounding the word “Flash,” you should know that it’s both a file format (used to display animations—and other kinds of multimedia presentations—on the Web and other platforms) and also a program used to create those files. [...]

Olympus PEN E-P2

On the heels of the E-P1, Olympus released its latest Micro Four-Thirds camera, the Olympus PEN E-P2. Like the E-P1, the E-P2 is an homage to their 1959 35mm film rangefinder Pen camera series.

Poser Pro 2010

I’ve been fortunate enough to review Poser products for many versions now, and with each one I can honestly say that the bar gets raised higher and higher. This one, my friends, is no different, and without a doubt Smith Micro has hit it out of the park with this version.

FxFactory 2

You can try any of the hundreds of plug-ins right in After Effects. This is both a blessing and a curse.

SWF and FLV Toolbox 4

SWF & FLV Toolbox 4 is a convenient, easy-to-use video tool that makes converting interactive Adobe Flash (SWF) files to AVI simple.

URL2hyperlink

URL2hyperlink adds a few new menus to the Hyperlink panel: Convert URL to Hyperlink, Use Auto URL, and Auto URL Options.

Ricoh CX3

After spending a lot of time with both the CX1 and CX2, the CX3 had some large shoes to fill. Clearly, Ricoh is listening to its customers with this latest addition to the CX series.

Holomatrix

Holomatrix is an After Effects plug-in that does one thing well: It gives footage that produces ghost-like, scan line, holodeck, and help me Obi-Wan Kenobi looks.

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