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.

modo Studio Lighting and Illumination Kit (SLIK)

One of my favorite 3D applications just got a huge boost in its capabilities.

Aperture 3

Aperture 3 for Macs contains many new features, such as Faces and Places, that will be familiar to iPhoto users.

Logic Studio

When it comes to music-creation software, I’d consider myself amateur to semi-pro, and I believe it’s folks like me that Apple had in mind with the latest update of Logic Pro, now called Logic Studio.

Squeeze 6

This outstanding video-compression software takes encoding video to an entirely new level of performance, communication, and integration with editing applications.

Poser 8

I’ve been reviewing and using Poser for many years now and have to say that Poser 8 is one of the most significant upgrades to date.

BannerZest Pro 2

Ingeniously easy to use, BannerZest Pro 2 is an easy way to add professional-looking, Flash-based slide shows to your website, blog, or social network pages.

Final Cut Studio 3

Yes, the new Final Cut Studio is filled with more than 100 new features and innovations that help you work faster, collaborate efficiently, and finish your work in style. At the end of the day, what does that mean to you?

Photoshop CS5 Review

There are a number of new features in this version making it worthwhile: Edge Detection, Content-Aware Fill, Puppet Warp, 64-bit for Macintosh, enhanced 3D features (Extended only), painting and brush enhancements, enhanced HDR, auto Lens Correction, Mini Bridge, and numerous other small enhancements.

Adobe Illustrator CS5 Review

As the Creative Suite versions of the Adobe software mature, the list of new features for each program grows smaller, but the new features seem to be getting better. Of course, everything depends on your needs. Here are the top new features for Illustrator CS5

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