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1. Apple iLife '05 (Mac)
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1. Apple iLife '05 (Mac)
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Asin: B0007GCZ46
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Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 6
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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iLife '05 ... Read more

Features

  • Easily perform, record, and create music with GarageBand
  • Fun-to-use suite of tightly integrated creative tools
  • Import, organize, edit, and share digital photos with iPhoto
  • iMovie HD quickly turns home video into home cinema
  • Create Hollywood-style DVDs with iDVD; iTunes digital jukebox

Reviews (13)

1-0 out of 5 stars Need a Different Operating System
Amazon clearly says OS X.I have 10.2.8.I can't install ilife5.There should be a bold face warning that you need Panther or Tiger to install.

4-0 out of 5 stars Working with iMovie HD
`Established' Shot and Location

In the Timeline, I set the order of my Clip Panes with the first being the important `Established' shot. Clips are pieces of movie footage that you rearrange into your movie for storytelling. Later, I add a movie title that answers the questions of  when and where the movie was filmed. You will find that location and date anchor the movie for your viewing audience.

Major Editing in Post Production

I change the Preference to Clip Panes shelf when I do the major editing of my movie. Next, I split my movie clips into several new clips and drag them to the Clip Panes shelf for later editing.

Most of my movie clips need slitting (Command `T') to remove poor movie footage such as shaky hand-held camcorder shooting. The Post Production editing is the most time- consuming. I find that a ratio of one minute of movie footage is equal to one hour of editing time. This includes selecting the proper music, editing the sound and enhancing the video.

Analog Signals into Digital Signals

An analog-to-digital converter, or ADC as it is more commonly called, is a device that converts analog signals into digital signals. Computers, which handle data in digital form, require analog-to-digital converters to turn signals from analog to digital before it can be read.

Could I convert my VCR cassette`s Analog Signals into Digital Signals?

According to the Canon ZR60 camcorder's manual, the answer was negative for traditional replacing of existing scenes for the AV insert. Taking my roundabout approach, I worked at importing film footage from my RIC master VCR tape from my Rhode Island College Video project from 1992 using iMovie HD. My Canon ZR60 camcorder manual hinted at the solution for importing the VCR's analog video and sound.

How did I connect the devices? I used my ST-250N Stereo Video cable supplied with my Canon ZR60 camcorder and connected it to the VCR's video and sound ports.

I experimented with iMovie HD to solve the problem. My Canon ZR60 captured the master VCR tape footage after I set the camera to AC-In mode. Next, I reverse the book instructions from David Pogue's "iMovie 4 & iDVD, the Missing Manual" to make it work.

I chose File to Share (Shift-Command-E) then I clicked on the "Videocamera" icon. The instructions said, `Record your movie to a tape in your videocamera. This operation may take several minutes to complete.' Next, I changed the wait time to a maximum of 59 seconds for camera to get ready. Finally, I changed the Add time to 59 seconds of black before and to end the movie.

By using this method, I could capture 59 seconds of my RIC public speaking instruction master VCR tape to my MiniDV digital video cassette in my Canon ZR60 camcorder. Importing the entire RIC master VCR tape was 10 minutes and I had to stop and start 10 times bringing in the VCR film footage.

Note: This will not work with Copy Protected videos for editing videos.

The quality from analog to digital tape was quite good. A commercial Analog Signals into Digital Signals converter sells for $500 to $900 retail. Therefore, the effort was worth it for this project.

Final Notes

I find the iMovie HD program one of the best iMovies program series. iMovie HD worked well with some of my old iMovies 4 footage and enhanced my previous low-light film footage when transported and burned in iDVD 5 program.



4-0 out of 5 stars Great upgrade, but...
All I wanted to do was create a DVD for my brother.IMovie is decent.It has a few minor quirks to it.The amount of time for title slides has a max of 4 seconds.All of my slides are 4 seconds.Anything else seems too short and amateurish.It had a problem importing MGEP 1 movies.I had to go through a convoluted process to get the movie into place.Even then, the first .5 seconds of the audio was missing...due to the conversion process.This is not Apple fault, except they should be able to import those movies.all other formats works fine.

I found iDVD to have major quirks.First, the audio was 1 second behind the video on the DVD.Then the audio kept advancing forward, make it ouf of sync, more and more as the movie played on.Then the movie would stop the audio at the first sound effect i placed in a text slide.This was extremely frustrating.I thought it was supposed to be easy!?

iDVD just takes a movie, renders it, and burns it to a DVD with some selection screens.How hard is that?I ended up remaking one of my iMovie projects three time before it finally came out.The other project, well, I had to extract the audio so that it would be on the DVD (except the first and last video).Lastly, the final chapter (movie marker) pointed to the start of the movie.

I like Garageband, it's easy but not a powerful tool like Logic.
ITunes, well, it's iTunes!It is definitive.
iPhoto is awesome.It still feels like it is just feature creeping, for better or worse.

2-0 out of 5 stars Sometimes it doesn't just work.
iLife '05is supposed to support RAW image processing (see product description above) for photos in iPhoto.The surprise is that although my Canon camera is supported, it's RAW image format is not, rendering iPhoto useless for most of my photographs.This was unexpected as third party companies have image conversion software that manages to do this with little problem.I know there are many RAW image formats, but it's the job of good technology to simplify a complex environment.

I'm new to Apple products and very pleased overall since we purchased the imac G5.It seems like in most cases "it just works" describes their system well, but in this case, I guess we needed to read the "fine print".

I also noticed that it is still not possible to record anything on GarageBand with the iSight's (Apples webcam/microphone).Apparently there is some type of software/hardware incompatibility.Expected in Windows machines, (fortunately) unusual in Apple products.Not a major issue for most, but the incompatibility of Apple hardware and software is still an unwelcome surprise.

5-0 out of 5 stars The iPhoto alone is worth the price
All of the improvements are great. I was editing a video for a presentation when my order arrived. There was a transition that I simply could not get the old iMovie to do. I installed the new iLife and told it to make the same transition in the film and it worked perfectly. I don't know why or how but I was sold five minutes after the box arrived.
I still think iPhoto is the best improvement however. I really like the scrollable photo index when looking at a picture in edit mode. I also like the ability to eject the camera from within iPhoto(I sometimes forgot to do this before.)And the one-touch red-eye correction is nice too.
Also I like the new themes for iDVD. The movie I was editing ended up getting one of the new themes instead of the old theme I had originally picked and I was very pleased with the end result. The presentation was a big success. ... Read more


2. Apple iLife '05 Family Pack (Mac)
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Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 102
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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iLife '05 Family Pack ... Read more

Features

  • Easily perform, record, and create music with GarageBand
  • Fun-to-use suite of tightly integrated creative tools
  • Import, organize, edit, and share digital photos with iPhoto
  • iMovie HD quickly turns home video into home cinema
  • Create Hollywood-style DVDs with iDVD; iTunes digital jukebox

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great update
iPhoto 5 is a great update. It does lots more, and on a dual processor G5 really flies! It does have a bit of a funky response if you tweak the saturation of a photo in extreme highlights (window in a backlit situation) where the whole area of complete white goes a funky color. But just undo what you by reverting to the original and start over. iMove and iDVD are good updates too with the new 16:9 ratio and some really nice themes. Better performance, and more functionality. Garageband with recording up to 8 lines in at once is a major improvment, especially being albe to see notes appear as you write your music! It may not be Logic Express (also owned by Apple) but it really works well. Garageband alone is worth the upgrade.

And if you're an education professional, there is a great price break! ... Read more


3. .Mac 2.5 Retail
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Asin: B0002HTDUO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 365
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Features

  • Award-winning virus protection from McAfee Virex with automatic eUpdate
  • First-class email service - 15MB of storage and no ads
  • 10 new templates for movies, photos, cross-platform file sharing, and more
  • Over 200 new iCards and built-in access to .Mac Address Book
  • Expert training from Apple for .Mac, Panther, and iLife '04

4. Apple iWork '05 (Mac)
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Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 26
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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iWork '05 ... Read more

Features

  • Integrated iLife media browser and photo masking
  • Create, present, and publish work quickly and easily
  • Cinema-quality slide presentations; streamlined, yet powerful word processing
  • 40+ professionally designed templates with multiple page designs
  • Freeform graphics canvas; easy-to-use text styles, charts, and tables

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Don't Underestimate This Program.
A number of reviewers have commented upon how easy this program is and, I suppose, in one sense it is, especially if you stick to using the templates.However, as one who has had occasion to work with "Adobe Pagemaker," this program can do sophisticated page layout and, as such, there will be a learning curve for the inexperienced.

But, the User Manual is good and there are good books coming out, like one from Visual Start in July, that will help people learn.

It is wrong to think of this program as a word processor "in competition with" Word."MS Word" is a robust word processor; "Pages," as its name implies, is a page layout program.Having also worked with "MS Publisher," the real point of comparison and not "MS Word," "Pages" far exceeds "Publisher" in capabilities and yet for relatively simple layouts is as easy as "Publisher" to use.

I have not as yet put any real strain on the program, but at first blush, on my Powerbook G4 1.5, speed of operations is just fine.Yes, as a few reviewers have pointed out, some of the palettes could be more elegantly combined.One tends to get a clutter of open palettes.But, these are refinements that will be made in future editions, I am sure.

Bottom line: If you want to layout pages with a lot of the sophistication possible in the more expensive "Quark" and "PageMaker" programs; if you want to be able to export your documents to universal portable PDF file format and print out beautiful documents; if you want to pay, basically, only about $40 for these benefits ["Keynotes," the other half of iwork represents another $40], then buy "Pages."

And, if you are a novice with respect to not only page layout programs but also to very robust word programs like "Word," don't expect that everything will be simple.You will have to learn, but you will be rewarded relatively quickly.

5-0 out of 5 stars I almost didn't buy it....
I thought, "I have MS Office for the Mac, why do I need iWork?" Was I wrong!

Okay fine I suppose I don't really NEED it. But it is a great program, and worth the price. The ability to export my work as a .pdf file is worth the price by itself. The Pages interface is much better, cleaner than Word. And the templates are suprisingly useful. I created a web page by costomizing a template and exporting it as HTML. I twas easy and quick and the result looked great. Most of the people I work with are PC users and because they were unfamiliar with pages the web Page looked fresh, not like a modified copy of someone elses work.

I use my Mac for research mostly and the ability to save documents as .pdf files is very valuable as they are searchable. With Tigers ability to search the text within a .pdf I can now save my work as a .pdf and later find everytime a particular work appears in the fines I've created. This has made cross-refrecing very easy and fast. I now use a program called Pyramid to create a "mind map" of my work and create links from the "map" to refrences in the .pdfs.

I don't use Keynote as much. I t more visially appealing than Powerpoint and pretty easy to use. The ability to use Quicktime movies in the presentation is helpful and the ability to export as a Powerpoint file is nice.

2-0 out of 5 stars Great program if Microsoft can develop an imitation
Keynote and Pages, the two applications included in iWork, were flawless under the Panther operating system. The Keynote app has always suffered from its inability to share with PC users. Oh yeah, I know I can convert a Keynote file to Powerpoint, .swf, QuickTime, or PDF, but the problem is that, especially when converting to PowerPoint, Keynote loses all its buttery-rich goodness. It's a PowerPoint problem, I realize, but without a Keynote viewer, there's no way around it. Thus, Mac folks must rely on Microsoft for slide presentations if they don't want to lug around their Mac laptop.

Also, installing Tiger will mess up the purchased Keynote templates you have saved. Even reinstalling them won't help.

My humble advice is to wait a couple of years until Apple fixes the bugs in Tiger, then MAYBE think about using a Mac. Until then, I'm switching back from a Mac to a PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Big time winner!
iWork comes with two programs, Pages (a word processor) and Keynote (Apple's version of PowerPoint).Both of these programs are very simple to use and very effective.Without a doubt, there are better programs available, but their cost several hundred dollars more and for the average user don't provided more bank for the buck.

When I first turned on Pages I thought "How cheesey!"But as I got to using it I found my first impression was totally wrong.It's simple appearance is very deceptive.This is a word processing program that can do everything that is needed for ordinary personal documents and beyond.You have to be willing to explore the program to discover its gems, but once you learn were things are you will find it a very fast and easy to use.The real value of the program is its desk top publishing.The 40 some templates let you create profession grade newsletters, journals, resumes, invitations, marketing brochures, and many other kinds of documents.This is worth the price of the software alone.It seamlessly works with your iPhoto, iTunes and iMovies.This is one powerful piece of software.With it you can produce commercial grade color brochures or newsletters at an entry level price.

Keynote makes wonderful multimedia presentations, and like Pages is seamlessly integrated with iPhoto, iTunes and iMovies.If you are using graphics or want to import photos into your presentation, Keynote is significantly easier, quicker, and simpler to use that PowerPoint.You can't miss with this program.You can even save you presentation as a PowerPoint, Quicktime, or PDF file or post it on the internet for all to see with the easy of a single click.

I have used both Microsoft Word and PowerPoint and keep them on my hard drive but rarely use them.As my skill with Pages and Keynote has grown I have found them to be more than sufficient in producing quality documents from personal letters, teaching handouts, to professional grade overhead presentations.
For the cost, iWorks cannot be beat!And you will not be disappointed.

iWork `05 System Requirements
- Macintosh computer with a 500 mhz or faster Power PC G3, G4 or G5 (G4 for PowerBook); G4 or G5 recommended
- 128 MB of physical RAM (512MB recommended)
- 8 MB of video memory (32MB recommended)
- Mac OS X v10.3.6 or later
- QuickTime 6.5 or later

2-0 out of 5 stars Pages is a disappointment
I had high hopes for Pages, Apple's new Word Processing Application, but these hopes were shattered once I tried to design a newsletter with it.

I find the interface unintuitive, unlike most Apple software, and the templates are not easily customizable. What's more, the application continues to mysteriously "erase" work that I have done, even after I have saved it.

Apple, I know you can do better than this... ... Read more


5. Apple Final Cut Express HD (Mac)
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Asin: B0007GCY38
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 1140
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Final Cut Express HD gives you the tools and flexibility to create stunning, professional-quality DV and HDV projects. Whether you want to make sophisticated home movies complete with transitions and effects or pro-level videos for your business, it provides the compositing, titling and effects capabilities you need to express your creativity. As a full-featured package, it offers an unparalleled combination of power and affordability. ... Read more

Features

  • Precision tools and techniques for flexible editing; versatile interface
  • Filmmaking software with powerful DV editing tools
  • High-definition video (HDV) capability for both new and experienced editors
  • Full-featured, professional-quality animated titling program, LiveType
  • Create custom musical accompaniment for video projects with Soundtrack

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars unbelievable video production program
If you've only worked with iMovie or Windows Movie Maker, you may be intimidated at first, but the end results speak for themselves.It is true that Final Cut Express HD isn't necessarily intuitive and the options are innumerable, but you will emerge from the other side of the learning curve amazed at how polished your works have become.

You can update old iMovie projects easily; just import them into Express HD and add high quality titles and credits and an attractive soundtrack.If you want to take it further, you can experiment with an astounding variety of professional quality transitions, filters, and effects to deliver the full visual and auditory impact you desire.

If you already have a previous release of Final Cut Express, the inclusion of LiveType and Soundtrack alone justify this upgrade.For a bonus, GarageBand musicians will love the hundreds of Apple loops included in the Soundtrack package. ... Read more


6. Adobe InDesign CS2 Upgrade from PageMaker
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Asin: B00081I6IO
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Adobe
Sales Rank: 4999
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Product Description

Adobe InDesign CS2 Upgrade from Pagemaker .Design professional page layouts using unparalleled support for native Adobe file formats, sophisticated typographical controls, and rich creative options, including transparency effects, flexible table creation, object and text styles, and more. Achieve greater efficiency through tight integration with the Adobe applications you use every day, including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, GoLive, and InCopy software. Preview and adjust separations, overprinting, and transparency flattener settings. Then reliably output pages to print or as Adobe PDF files using professional controls, including comprehensive printing options, trapping support, color management controls, and print and Adobe PDF export presets.Browse, organize, label, and preview graphics and InDesign documents, templates, and snippets in Adobe Bridge. Drag and drop assets from Adobe Bridge into layouts easily and efficiently. Search for files using metadata, such as keywords, colors, and image resolution. Apply and globally upd object-level formatting more efficiently using object styles. Save a wide range of graphic, text, and frame-level attributes as object styles to create more consistent designs and speed up production tasks.Adobe Photoshop and Adobe PDF layer support. Selectively display layers and layer comps in Photoshop files, and layers in Adobe PDF files, to experiment with different design options or use multiple variations of a file in your layout, all while linking to a single file. ... Read more


7. Greeting Card Factory (Mac)
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Asin: B0000C4DX0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Nova Development
Sales Rank: 795
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3,000+ exclusive greeting cards, customizable projects, and e-greetings
  • Make announcements, invitations, photo cards, envelopes, and more
  • Over 45,000 premium-quality Art Explosion graphics
  • Over 500 high-quality color photographs
  • Get creative with text effects and 300+ font styles to choose from

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the price
I thought the graphics were weak and seemed limited to either too cutesy, cartoony stuff or overly fluffy granny stuff. I did like the selection of fonts and headlines, though. I am still trying to figure out why I'd bought this one and not just gone for the clip art programs. Based on the good reviews it got, I thought it would be as good as The Print Shop 11 which has better graphics for all age groups.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's Great!
I've tried most, if not all, of the greeting card programs for the PC. Now that I'm a Mac user, I'm expecially pleased that there finally is such a good greeting card program for the Mac. This is a good complement to Nova Development's Print Explosion. The predesigned greeting cards in each program seem to be different. Between the two programs you can do a large number of "desktop publishing" projects. And, both programs are much easier to use than the high end desktop publishing programs used by professionals.

4-0 out of 5 stars New Mac user
Just bought a Mac after using PCs for 20 some years. Not much choice in software! This program is easy to use and is fairly versatile - about on a par with the Windows application called "Card Studio" and not quite as versatile as "Print Artist". Was able to produce my annual Christmas card in a rather short time after receiving the software this PM. Menus and commands are intuitive and there is a better than average "manual" in the box. If you have fun making cards you can enjoy this application.

5-0 out of 5 stars How long have I waited?
I swear, we Mac faithful must be patient folk. How long have our Windows friends been enjoying greeting card software for? It's taken two decades for such a product to come to the Mac. Sheeeshh .... But this is a winner. I own Print Shop and Greeting Card Factory, which have nice greeting cards. But these are really high-caliber. And it's 100% greeting card projects. It's really well done. Graphics are great. Sentiments are clearly professionally authored. It's a keeper. :-) ... Read more


8. Apple Final Cut Express HD Upgrade (Mac)
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Asin: B0007GCY3I
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 430
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Precision tools and techniques for flexible editing; versatile interface
  • Filmmaking software with powerful DV editing tools
  • High-definition video (HDV) capability for both new and experienced editors
  • Full-featured, professional-quality animated titling program, LiveType
  • Create custom musical accompaniment for video projects with Soundtrack

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A valuable upgrade to FCE2
FCE/HD bringing Soundtrack and LiveType to the hobbyist is one of the more generous steps Apple has taken since they brought us FCE1. This is a very big and very useful addition to FCE allowing us to sync audio/music and titles much cleaner to our videos than we could before.

Wholeheartedly recommended. ... Read more


9. The Print Shop for Mac 8
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Asin: B0000TR74I
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Riverdeep - Learning company
Sales Rank: 1709
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10. Final Cut Express 2.0
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Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple Computer
Sales Rank: 725
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plug in and go with your miniDV camcorder and FireWire
  • Non-destructive, non-linear editing--the freedom to edit like a pro
  • Transitions, filters, and effects with real-time previewing
  • Advanced titling, including Boris Calligraphy
  • In-canvas compositing with motion key frames

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4-0 out of 5 stars Digital Video Editing Becomes My Passion
Storyboard to Final Cut Express

Final Cut Express Storyboard gives me a visual look at my movie. I control-click the Final Cut Express browser and choose large icon new. Then, I drag the clips into the order that I want them to be played. Next, I click on the projectÕs tab in the Browser and save it. Finally, I save the entire project.

Now to add my new storyboard to Final Cut Express sequences. Draw a marquee around the Storyboard clips. Next, I drag the clips from my Final Cut Express Browser to my Timeline and save the project. To protect them, I can lock them to make sure that they cannot be modified. I can lock and unlock them with the F4 key for video tracks and the F5 key for audio tracks.

Working with Final Cut Express

Creating titles and credits with Express is important. The key is the Video Generator. You can create synthesized clips that you superimpose over your existing video clips in the Final Cut Express Timeline.

For good-looking titles, you can use san serif fonts such as Arial, Futura, Gill Sans, Helvetica and Impact. I have found using bold, red or blue 30 point fonts effective for my titles.

You need to watch for the 20 percent factor. The 'Title Save Boundary' is 20 percent smaller than your television screen. To see the boundaries in Final Cut Express, go to View then to Show Title. Best to keep your titles within the safe zone.

Final Cut Express allows you to create rolling credits like the credits at the end of a movie. You can set the duration of your video clips plus set the in and out points for speed of the text and scrolls.

Pro Reaction

Final Cut Express is wonderful for making storyboards, titles, transitions and effects using software digital tools. Final Cut Express 2 supports up to 99 video and audio tracks. Express has various editing tools from Ripple editing, Razor Blade Tool, Pen Tool to Slip and Slide editing.

Express allows you to import iMovie projects. You can also import your Final Cut Express project to iDVD complete with special chapter marker. Express comes with an excellent hardcopy paper manual for learning how to use Final Cut Express 2. The manual is easy to follow without computer jargon.

Con Reaction

You have to work at learning how to use the Final Cut Express application. You have to spend the time to read and work with the Final Cut Express manual.

You cannot capture DV across time-code breaks. You cannot import your Final Cut Express project to iMovie or QuickTime with chapter markers and comments.

Final Remarks

Express is better than iMovie applications and gives you professional storyboard, title and video effects. ... Read more


11. Adobe Creative Suites Premium 1.1 (Mac)
list price: $1,229.99
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Asin: B0000DBN4H
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 1007
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • An integrated design environment featuring the industry's foremost design tools
  • In-depth tips, expert tricks, and comprehensive design resources
  • Intuitive file finding, smooth workflow, and common interface and toolset
  • Single installer--control what you install and when you install it
  • Cross-media publishing--create content for both print and the Web

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't forget to factor in manuals to the final price.
I grew up on Adobe products. They used to include great manuals and tutorials. Now I have paid more and received less. I am trying to learn how to use GoLive but the online manual doesn't make a whole lot of sense. How come a printed manual isn't included? Oh, I have to pay more for it? How come I seem to be paying for printing costs then? Customer support? To get real help I'll have to pay for it. I used Adobe Premiere for Mac but that product got abandoned. I will not buy another Adobe product until they either give more or charge less. If you are getting started with web design I would suggest going somewhere else. That being said... Illustrator and Photoshop are both still great products and the upgrades were easy for me to understand (probably because the last versions I had included a printed manual and tutorials). Let's face it, if it wasn't for OS X, I would have just stuck to the older versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and PageMaker and bought Dreamweaver instead. Photoshop CS - Classroom in a Book = $45. Illustrator CS - Classroom in a Book = $31.50. GoLive CS - Classroom in a Book = $45. InDesign - Classroom in a Book = $45. Acrobat Pro - Classroom in a Book = $45. $211.50 in manuals right there. Its a good product but it keeps on costing you in time and money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent design software
No software is perfect, but Adobe comes as close to well designed, intuitive, user-friendly software as I have ever seen. Photoshop and Illustrator have always been the industry standards, and here they are both improved - particularly the digital photographer will be happy with the new photo filters in Photoshop CS, and the much improved file browser and the new filter gallery are also excellent additions. As far as publishing programs are concerned, InDesign is a greatly more intuitive program than Quark at a fraction of its cost, and because its pallets function much the same as in Photoshop and Illustrator, it is an easily acquired program if you are familiar with Adobe software.

I use these programs on a Mac OS X platform and for me they are very stable. I have had none of the crashing problems or tech support difficulties that another reviewer of the Adobe Creative Suite has had. For anyone using many design programs at once, enough RAM is always a requirement for smooth operation. But if you have enough RAM and a Mac platform, you should have no significant problems at all. PCs crash more by their nature because their operating system is not as stable as a Mac's, but still Adobe products are not only more intuitive than Microsoft's (for example), they also will crash far less on a PC than most other types of software (like Microsoft's).

Photoshop and Illustrator have always defined the state of the art for photo editing and raster graphic software respectively, and here Adobe is carrying on the tradition. InDesign looks as though it is fast replacing Quark in the publishing industry as well, so if you are a creative professional you will be more than happy in the end to own the Adobe Creative Suite. What else would you use?

1-0 out of 5 stars i used to like adobe...
...then i needed to contact their technical support because illustrator crashes when you try to label layers. they go out of their way to make it as difficult as possible. no email support. instead you have to ring an area code 206 number and wait until some overworked undertrained person tells you to reinstall the product or the operating system... very helpful. just like their software.

i'll look elsewhere the next time i look for an illustration package or a graphics editor. and i won't even bother discussing their inept page layout program.

4-0 out of 5 stars glad I got it
I just bought it off of AMazon a week ago (which is the lowest price for the full version I have been able to find so far) and IM glad I did. For new people to the software, you may wanna stay with your older version for a bit and just get used to it before shelling out the money, but if your serious about design and making your workflow work to the max for you, this new collection is a must. Tight integration and the help of the version Cue additional file managment software will help even the messiest designer keep thier files inline. If design is what you want to do, then theres no better package to get. Ive been using Photoshop for years and Illustrator and Indesign for a while now and this is defenitly an inovation in design.
I gave it 4 stars due to small problems I had installing the whole suite at once. I have never had the problem with anything else and it was frustrating. But after that its smooth saling. ... Read more


12. Fontographer 4.1
list price: $349.00
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Asin: B00002S60E
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Macromedia
Sales Rank: 4341
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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As a font editing and creation tool, Macromedia's Fontographer4.1 can go a long way toward creating the myriad fonts digital artistsneed to accomplish the right look for each project. It provides theability to create custom fonts, either by freehand drawing, usingdrawing tools, or by importing images to use as templates.

At itsheart, it is a vector drawing application designed to build fonts. Themain drawing window features the usual selection of vector drawingtools, but it also has guidelines for drawing ascending and descendingletter shapes and for ensuring even letter spacing. There's also a verynice freehand calligraphy drawing pen with pressure sensitivity fordrawing strokes manually.

If you aren't up to creating your own fontfrom scratch, you can import an existing font and modify it by changingletter shapes, kerning, tracking, etc. Each shape has a set of controlpoints that can be tweaked and curved.

Fontographer isstraightforward in use, and an ideal tool for the extremely dedicatedartist who wants full control over everything. However, one of the bestparts of the package is not the software, but the manual itself. "UsingFontographer" is nearly 350 pages of information not only on how to usethe program, but on designing fonts themselves. Good font design is notto be taken lightly, and the manual/information guide is chock full oftips and guides and information on how to create quality fonts.

Ifyou can't find the right font for the job, or you have a burning desireto learn the difference between a font, face, and family, Fontographermight be the tool you are looking for. --Mike Caputo ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Fontographer's great but...
I have been using Fontographer for 5 years or more. In our part of the world (the South Pacific) there are numerous languages which have multiple vowels (e.g. Maori has 10 and Samoan has 20). These occur to lengthen a vowel by adding a macron above, to create a micro-pause (glottal) by adding a close single quote before and combinations of these. Creating special typefaces with these characters and making special linguisitic characters for dictionaries and academic books have been our major uses.

Fontographer has been wonderful. It has allowed us to do things we couldn't any other way. I have constantly been surprised at the power of the program and wished I could have more time to play with it.

BUT. As proprietor of a design and typesetting business I am used to purchasing and using a wide variety of graphic & layout software and fonts. Fontographer is showing its age in comparison. It no longer conforms to accepted standards for interfaces. It is unstable in the modern environment (I have to turn off every extension but the most basic to run it). And it hasn't been upgraded since Adam was a boy. I fear that it will become completely incompatible with a modern operating system soon and then I will have to abandon it. Macromedia are you listening? ... Read more


13. Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Standard (Mac)

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Asin: B00008ZGPP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 2218
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Adobe Acrobat 6.0 Standard software lets business professionals quickly and easily convert any Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, or other paper or electronic document to a reliable Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) file. Adobe PDF files preserve the visual integrity of documents so that they can be e-mailed to colleagues and then viewed and printed on a variety of platforms using free Adobe Reader software.

Acrobat 6.0 Standard software’s intuitive review tools allow business professionals to comment on documents electronically and make it easy to track, manage, and incorporate feedback into original documents. Acrobat’s full set of features help you streamline communications and reduce the costs and inefficiencies associated with paper-based review processes.

Password protection lets you secure files to prevent unauthorized users from opening and viewing sensitive documents. Apply permissions with 128-bit encryption that control whether users are allowed to view, edit, comment on, sign, or print Adobe PDF files.And with digital signature support you can approve final documents, verify authenticity, and build a list of trusted certificates. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Am I missing something?
It seems that all this offers over what's built in to the OS, is commenting of documents, password protection, and combining multiple documents into one PDF. That's not a lot of functionality for [item price]. You can't even create Acrobat forms or use it for preflighting print runs! ... Read more


14. The Print Shop for Mac
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B000063BGW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Broderbund
Sales Rank: 679
Average Customer Review: 2.57 out of 5 stars
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Designed to make quick work of complicated print projects, The Print Shop for Mac does what it claims and does it well. Whether you want to make signs for a garage sale, pamphlets for an organization, or even personalized Post-It notes, The Print Shop features a toolbox full of options. Pair it with a digital camera, and buying greeting cards could quickly become a thing of the past.

Getting started is simple. Installation is brief and straightforward. This version is compatible with Mac OS X; however, the software runs in the Classic Mac environment. Upon launching the program you're given a menu of 15 project options--calendars, business cards, banners, etc.--including a blank-page option to make whatever you want. Before diving into a creation, head to the help menu. There you'll find easy-to-follow directions for developing your projects and understanding the software tools and interface. The lack of a printed user's manual is a disappointment, but an electronic version is included in the software.

The Print Shop includes thousands of graphics and images to be used in your projects. All are broken down into various categories and are searchable by name, keyword, or subject. And if you can't find what you need, you can always import it from somewhere else. This is particularly nice if you want to use your own photos in a design.

The new, integrated photo editor helps you clean up images a bit before you use them, as well. Basic functions include crop, rotate, color adjustment, and dust and scratch removal. It even corrects red eye so your dog doesn't look like a demon.

Other new features include an address book, photo frames, quotes and verses to add to your works, and text tools. A 3-D headline tool has been added, too. Use one of the ready-made designs or custom-build a headline using a variety of shape, proportion, color, and outline effects. Plus, a preview box lets you see your creation before it's part of your project.

Simplicity is key to The Print Shop for Mac. While there are certainly more powerful page layout programs on the market, the learning curves are considerably steeper. The Print Shop really does allow you to easily complete a variety of print projects in minutes. --Joshua Goldman ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Hurry up please with OS-X Print Shop
As a new user of Apple equipment, I am amazed that there are no
really good printing programs for Mac OS-X. I really love the
iMac I just got. Best computer I've ever owned! But, there are lots of good printing programs for Windows ie: Printmaster Gold, etc. I'm glad I saved my old PC and will use it for printing posters, cards, etc. till someone gets with it and comes up with
a good Mac OS-X program ...... then I'll trash my old PC.

5-0 out of 5 stars Most of you are not very smart.
Read what it is you are buying!!!
It says right on Amazon's webpage that this version is NOT OS X compatible.
Like another reviewer said, buy the version that the Apple Store currently sells, which is made for OS X. Stop complaining cuz you didn't read what it is that you bought.

5-0 out of 5 stars My rating is for MacKiev's Print Shop (Not Broderbund)
The new version, no longer published by Broderbund, is so superior. It is designed specifically for Mac OS X and integrates with iCal and the Address book. You can print directly to those new Epson printers that allow you to print CD labels right on the CD itself. Packed with high quality photos and graphics and easy-to-use professionally-design templates, The Print Shop for Mac has everything you need to create great-looking posters, banners, business cards, pamphlets, online greetings and much more! Do yourself a favor and check out MacKiev's new version of the Print Shop, not this old one listed here.

2-0 out of 5 stars It was not worth waiting for. I am very disappointed
I expected a new and improved Print shop with new graphics. I recieved it today and found numerous pictures that I used in the print shop at least 6 years ago. I felt like I was using the old print shop on my Apple IIgs. It has many similarities to the old System 9 print shop which was not overly impressive. Do not waste your money on this program. Invest in Print Explosion it has much better and a larger selection of graphics.

1-0 out of 5 stars Wait for the new OS X EDITION!
I just got the new OS X Print shop for Mac. It'll be for sale shortly. Worth the wait! Really works slick an is something
Mac users have needed a long time. Watch for it ...... ... Read more


15. Adobe PageMaker 7.0 Upgrade

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Asin: B00005M63L
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 4691
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Adobe may have the lock on professional graphics production withPhotoshop, but it has long been engaged in a drawn-out battle with Quark for thehearts and wallets of the desktop publishing crowd. PageMaker 7.0, Adobe'slatest effort in the desktop publishing arena, won't set it ahead of QuarkXPress4.1, but it does have plenty of appeal for small businesses and other audiencesthat have minor publishing needs.

PageMaker 7.0's user guide measures in at more than 400 pages, and itthoughtfully explains every aspect of the vast and complex program. A wide rangeof impressive-looking templates, which cover just about every type of documentimaginable (including business cards, labels, newsletters, ads, posters, andmore), makes PageMaker a little more accessible to users unfamiliar with itsfunctionality. The templates are divided into various levels of complexity, withthe lowest level containing helpful annotations for novice users.

While its improvements over version 6.5 are minimal, PageMaker 7.0 makes a fewworthy strides to justify its sparkly new version number. Among the most welcomeis a surprisingly intuitive data merge feature, which allows users to configuretarget areas in their publications and import respective fields from aspreadsheet or database. Unfortunately, it only recognizes comma-delineated CSVor TXT files; it doesn't import data directly from common file formats createdby Microsoft Excel or Lotus 1-2-3.

Ironically, another area of improvement in PageMaker 7.0 is compatibility withother programs. It easily imports and handles layered image files fromIllustrator and Photoshop 5.0 and 6.0, and features input converters for filescreated in QuarkXPress and Microsoft Publisher. PageMaker's PDF exportcapabilities have been enhanced both in the main program and with the includedAcrobat Distiller applet, allowing users to configure security and embedded tagoptions.

Even with its plethora of templates, PageMaker 7.0 isn't by any means anentry-level application. Nonprofessional users who have never used a high-caliberdesktop publishing program should probably consider a simpler package such asMicrosoft Publisher. While hardened, professional magazine designers tend toprefer QuarkXPress, Adobe PageMaker 7.0 is nonetheless a complex and powerfultool that packs a serious learning curve.

PageMaker 7.0 is perfect for small businesses that can't afford to hire outdesigners for promotional materials, or for companies that have the need tocreate professional-looking PDF files. Owners of PageMaker 6.5 might not feelcompelled to upgrade, but companies and creative folks newly in the market for amuscular desktop publishing tool will be well served by PageMaker 7.0. --JoelDurham Jr. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Worthy Upgrade for an excellent programme
I have used PageMaker extensively for over ten years for almost everything under the sun. A fantastic programme! The icing on the cake with Version 7.0 is the addition of icons on the menu bar. It is in keeping with most programmes within the windows environment. Fabulous! If you want to dive into desktop publishing Aldus Pagemaker is definitely your pick.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not OS X Native
Adobe has done very well with the OS X Native Photoshop and Golive applications. What were they thinking of when they released PM7? Personally, I'll never by another non-OS X native application.

4-0 out of 5 stars PagerMaker 7 - there's life in the old boy yet!
PageMaker fans have long bemoaned the lack of attention Adobe has paid to Pagemaker. When they thought Adobe was finally going to get around to a PM upgrade, they got, instead, InDesign. With the release of PM7, however, Adobe shows that it hasn't abandoned its intensely loyal PageMaker users. This is not a significant upgrade in terms of features, which are few: native Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator files can be directly placed into PM7, allowing you to skip the flattening/merging step, which allows you to update your .psd files and have them integrated quickly into your PM document. The PDF distilling options are set in PageMaker itself, not in the included Adobe Distiller 5.0, and there are more options than were previously available through the included Distiller. Interestingly, there are converters for rival Quark Express and Microsoft Publisher files, but not one for Adobe's own InDesign. Perhaps Adobe felt that no one would want to "back into" Pagemaker from InDesign: I say that since the initial versions of InDesign lacked a table of contents feature, which has been a PageMaker standard, there are a lot of Indy users who would have loved that option.
The best thing about PM7 is the changes under the hood that gear it to work with more advanced operating systems, such as Mac OS 9 and Windows 2000. (It does not run under the native Mac OS X, but it does run in OS X's Classic environment). With this breath of life, PageMaker users can rest a little easier. While Adobe seems determined to force its high-end users into InDesign, the loyal contingent who have invested time and money into their PageMaker skills can still produce top-quality documents. ... Read more


16. Logo Creator (Mac)
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000VYKW8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: macXware
Sales Rank: 4954
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for small business and home design
Professional designers don't need to sweat this program. This software isn't a threat to you, the skills it took years to learn, or your innate abilities to be creative.

LogoCreator is geared more towards people who need what this software provides, and that is ordinary folks who would never, ever hire a pro to make a logo for their crafts booth, home business, small business or exciting new project idea. Such people need tools like this, and LogoCreator delivers a wonderful alternative.

I've even seen many "professional" logo design websites using LogoCreator's templates to provide interested parties with individual logos for $50 to $150 each (which is legal to do according to LogoCreator's license agreement).

All in all a nice alternative to those with a need to create and maintain their identity without paying overpriced designers who don't know your business as well as you.

1-0 out of 5 stars You're joking right???
Well, I'm going to throw my design degree right out the window, cuz I should've bought this program and saved myself four years and thousands of dollars!

Does the world really need another logo with a #^%@$ shwoosh on it??? ... Read more


17. Adobe Type Manager Deluxe 4.6 Mac
list price: $69.00
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Asin: B00004VXNM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 2217
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Adobe Type Manager Deluxe lets you organize your PostScript Type 1, OpenType, and TrueType fonts to suit the way you work. You can easily activate only the fonts or font sets you need, and then deactivate them when you're finished. Add fonts and create custom sets, and get crisp, clean output from any printer. When you create font sets for use in one-off documents, you can make them temporary by specifying that they should be deactivated or deleted from ATM Deluxe when you restart your system. For recurring document-creation jobs, you can create permanent font sets that will be automatically activated, or remain in their current state, at restart. The program automatically notifies you when a newly added font is a duplicate and makes it easy to view and remove all duplicate instances. You can print a sample page or use the pop-up menus to preview additional fonts. You can also print a one-line listing of fonts in a specified set. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A great font manager
Adobe Type Manager is one of those classic Macintosh programs which allows you to turn on and off fonts on the fly, as well as print out samples. It fixes a few minor bugs in version 4.6 (such as non-activation of some fonts) and makes it fully compatable with Mac OS 9.x. Identifying Postscript & truetype fonts is also a breeze. ... Read more


18. Mac Publisher Pro

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Asin: B000053ZG3
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Atari
Sales Rank: 10363
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19. Clipart & More 2.5 Million (Mac)
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Asin: B000192RQA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: IMSI
Sales Rank: 2157
Average Customer Review: 1.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • The finest collection of top-quality, royalty-free images
  • Top-quality images on both CD and online
  • Free, instant access to Clipart.com's clipart collection
  • 2.5 million+ illustrations, photos, fonts, sounds, videos, and animations
  • Variety of categories offers a great selection

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1-0 out of 5 stars There should be a software LAW for BUYERS
This is a bundle of junk. Unless I installed it wrong (and my husband and I are not computer/software idiots) there is no user interface. I couldn't even find the free subscription for a year to clipart.com. What a bundle of crap. Buyer beware, the only good side of this is that it was only $30. But I could have bought my children some Amazon.com books with that $30. By the way, I have Windows XP. And what really sucks is that I had to give it one star. It deserves a ZERO RATING.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not good for Mac users
This is a terrible collection. Bought it and couldn't actually get to the images. I am a Photoshop user and have some experience with image manipulation etc. and am a long time Mac user. Contacted technical support via e-mail and they told me they couldn't help me. This collection was created by a PC person and adapted to Mac. Don't buy it. Save your money and buy a good Mac collection. Returned Clip Art 2.5 Million and only got back 15 of the dollars that it cost me in the first place.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very misleading product description
Although this package is very affordable, I now know why. First off, a portion of the 2.5 million is only accessible online...for a year. Then, as I explore the various files, I find some objects are presented repeatedly, just in different colors. Wow! So, what you get is three CDs with no manual or clip art book to browse. I'll keep looking for a better collection. ... Read more


20. Web Page Construction Kit 6.0

Asin: B000051ZYX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pearson Software
Sales Rank: 8852
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Just how hard is it to build your own Web site, anyway? Theprospect--whether you're contemplating a site for business or just for fun--canbe both intimidating and tempting at the same time, even for otherwiseaccomplished professional people.

That's precisely the mindset that Macmillanhopes to satisfy with Web Page Construction Kit 6.0. Like similar WYSIWYG Webdesign packages in the same price range, this kit gives novice to moderatelyskilled users all the tools they'll need to create and manage a functional,attractive Web site without ever having to learn HTML. But the most strikingadvantage of Macmillan's Construction Kit is that it provides an easy upgradepath in case you're later inspired to take on more advanceddesign.

Essentially, the kit consists of a "light" version of SoftPress'sFreeway 3 (Freeway 3 LE), a more heavy-hitting (and much more expensive) Webdesign program that compares to Adobe's GoLive 5.0 and Macromedia's Dreamweaver4.0. Like the full version of Freeway, Freeway LE provides a robust,user-friendly interface that should be very familiar to anyone who's ever donedesktop publishing--especially in Quark Xpress 4.1, which even sharesmany keyboard shortcuts with Freeway. And the similarities go beyond appearance,with features such as strong typographic control and master pages for elementslike navigation bars and headers that stay consistent throughout a site (whichcan be an enormous time saver).

This similarity should give graphic designersa leg up in learning Freeway, but even nondesigners shouldn't find the curve toosteep. And here's the best part: should you later decide to upgrade to thefull version of Freeway (which allows you to use cascading style sheets andimport Photoshop files, among other things), SoftPress will give you as much ashalf off if you already own Freeway LE.

While Freeway LE is clearly the heartof this bundle, you'll find a few other things, too, if you give the box a goodshake. Web Page Construction Kit 6.0 comes with hundreds of professionallydesigned backgrounds, 5,000 photos, graphics, and animations, a textbook-stylemanual that includes design tips and techniques, and--seemingly tucked in as anafterthought--a nearly 500-page e-book, Creative HTML Design, a$40-value manual by well-respected Web gurus Lynda and William Weinman.--Paul Hughes ... Read more


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