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21. Adobe FC ILLUSTRATOR CS V11.0-CD
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22. Adobe Photoshop Design Collection
23. Macromedia AE FREEHAND MX MAC
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24. FREEHAND MX MAC FULL COMMERCIAL
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25. UPG-V FREEHAND MX MAC FROM 9.X
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26. Clip Art & More 2.5 Million
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27. procreate KnockOut 2
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28. procreate KnockOut 2 Upgrade
29. Adobe Dynamic Media Collection
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30. Freehand MX (Mac) Upgrade from
31. Adobe Illustrator 10.0 Upgrade
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32. Apple DVD Studio Pro 3
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33. Corel Graphics Suite 10
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34. procreate Painter 7 Upgrade
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35. Adobe Design Collection 5.0
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36. Apple DVD Studio Pro 3 Upgrade
37. Adobe Design Collection 1.0
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21. Adobe FC ILLUSTRATOR CS V11.0-CD MAC ( 16001371 )

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Publisher: Adobe Systems
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22. Adobe Photoshop Design Collection 6.0
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Asin: B000065SQX
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Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 6049
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Adobe Design Collection 6.0 represents a fantastic value for the moneyby bringing together award-winning, next-generation design and publishingapplications for design professionals. This collection includes InDesign,Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat.

Adobe Illustrator has traditionally been reserved for the print and prepressmarketplace, but recent versions have targeted a broader audience, including agrowing contingent of new-school Web designers. With the latest incarnation ofIllustrator, Adobe aims to please both print and prepress designers, as well ascutting-edge Web designer communities. Illustrator manages to enhance itsexisting drawing tools with powerful productivity aids. And by focusing onimportant workflow, productivity, and database-connectivity features, Adobe hasgiven the user more time to explore new creative possibilities.

With Photoshop, Adobe continues to come up with an awe-inspiring mix of greatnew features, productivity enhancements, and tweaks and treats. Version 7 is noexception. One of Photoshop's many strengths is the versatility of its tools,and this has been stretched to new limits. Filter previews are bigger, theliquify tool has been enhanced, brush parameters have been extended, andcommonly used tool settings can be saved as presets. Photoshop continues to addmore features for the Web developer as well as the professional designer. Forexample, the creation of rollovers is simpler, and a new "selected" rolloverstate takes some of the repetitive strain out of nav bar production. All in all,this is an upgrade guaranteed to keep Photoshop at the cutting edge ofprofessional image editing.

InDesign is all about creative page layout. A high-end desktop publishingproduct, it is aimed squarely at professional designers who need maximumflexibility alongside strong document management and support for industrystandards. Eye-catching features such as transparency and blending are combinedwith more mundane, but important, abilities such as table-of-contents creationand index generation, to make this a more complete and rounded product thanearlier versions. Creativity in print has never been easier.

Acrobat is PDF-creation software from the people who first established the PDFstandard. PDF (Portable Document Format) remains the best way to make documentsthat can be read by anyone on any platform. Installation is easy and features afunction button that you can added to Office applications such as Word, Excel,and PowerPoint. When you have written a document in these programs, simply clickthe PDF button on the toolbar and it will guide you through saving it as a PDF.Anyone with Acrobat Reader, which is free and available for download fromAdobe's Web site, can view the documents. These documents can also be uploadedto Internet sites or onto networks.

Adobe Design Collection 6.0 is a fantastic package that places award-winningprint, design, and Web authoring applications into one affordable package.--Chris Ryan ... Read more


23. Macromedia AE FREEHAND MX MAC CD ( FHM110D400 )

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24. FREEHAND MX MAC FULL COMMERCIAL

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25. UPG-V FREEHAND MX MAC FROM 9.X

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26. Clip Art & More 2.5 Million ( Macintosh )

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Manufacturer: Imsi
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  • This incredible gallery has fantastic illustrations, photos, fonts, sounds, Video and animations, in a variety of categories
  • Hundreds of thousands images are available on a set of CDs
  • View all your images directly from any source in thumbnail mode - CD, Zip, hard drive, network, Web and more
  • Locate the right image fast with the easy search tool

27. procreate KnockOut 2

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Asin: B00005R7Z0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: procreate
Sales Rank: 7450
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Part of the procreate line of software, KnockOut 2 lets users preserve fine image details that were once impossible to mask precisely. It speeds up the entire design process by accurately cropping complex objects more quickly than other masking techniques. And it's an ideal plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Corel Photo-Paint, or Painter 7, fitting seamlessly into workflow. This version features new touchup tools, support for CMYK, and carbonization for Mac OS X. From liquid, glass, and ice to hair, smoke, and fire, masking with KnockOut 2 increases the quality of photo composites. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars Not compatible with Photoshop CS/Painter 8 on Panther (OS X)
Based on reviews I purchased this product just to find out from Corel that it is not compatible with Photoshop CS and Corel's own Painter 8 under OS X 10.3 (Panther). They don't even have an estimate if and when they will fix the problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars Knockout 2.0 is highly to recommend!
This Photoshop plug-in is very useful, it makes selecting any kind of object a piece of cake. Improves workflow, saves time!
Everybody who is serious about design should have it. ... Read more


28. procreate KnockOut 2 Upgrade
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Asin: B00005R7Z1
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Publisher: procreate
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Part of the procreate line of software, KnockOut 2 lets users preserve fine image details that were once impossible to mask precisely. It speeds up the entire design process by accurately cropping complex objects faster than other masking techniques. And it's an ideal plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Corel Photo-Paint, or Painter 7, fitting seamlessly into workflow. This version features new touchup tools, support for CMYK, and carbonization for Mac OS X. From liquid, glass, and ice to hair, smoke, and fire, masking with KnockOut 2 increases the quality of photo composites. This is an upgrade version. ... Read more


29. Adobe Dynamic Media Collection 4.0 Standard

Asin: B000050IA1
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 13609
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The Adobe Dynamic Media Collection delivers a fully integrated, professional suite of video production tools for editing high-end video and developing motion graphics and visual effects for film, video, multimedia, or the Web. The collection includes Adobe After Effects 4.1, Adobe Premiere 5.1, Photoshop 6.0, and Illustrator 9.0. Together, these four award-winning applications provide the creative freedom and control you need to create and refine images, produce sophisticated special effects, and edit digital media with superior results. ... Read more


30. Freehand MX (Mac) Upgrade from 10.X

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Publisher: Macromedia
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31. Adobe Illustrator 10.0 Upgrade from 7.0 or Higher

Asin: B00005QVPX
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 4098
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

While Adobe Illustrator has traditionally been reserved for the printand prepress marketplace, recent versions have targeted a broader audience,including a growing contingent of new-school Web designers. With the latestincarnation of Illustrator, Adobe aims to please both print and prepressdesigners, as well as cutting-edge Web designer communities. If you're lookingfor a greater Web focus from your vector graphics program, look no further thanIllustrator 10.

For those concerned about Illustrator becoming too Web focused, don't fret. Allof Illustrator's previously existing drawing and text tools remain intact.Version 10 also introduces improved tools for drawing lines, arcs, and grids.These new drawing tools will maximize your productivity and provide an easy wayto create the shapes you want.

In addition to the new drawing tools, Adobe has jumped on the graphics symbolbandwagon by allowing users to save any text object or graphic object as asymbol. Once objects are saved in the Symbol palette, they can be reusedinfinitely, thus providing easier management of files and decreased file size.Users will fall in love with the simple drag-and-drop usability of the symbols,while the newly added Symbol Sprayer lets you easily add multiple instances of asymbol directly into the document.

Adobe has also undertaken the task of minimizing the monotony of tedious andrepetitive design tasks. By taking advantage of Illustrator-supported scriptinglanguages, users can easily automate repetitive tasks by writing scriptsdirectly in Illustrator. Any of the three popular scripting languages--VisualBasic Script, JavaScript, or AppleScript--can be used. When creating a design,users can assign a text object or graphic object to a variable. These variablescan then pull information from any ODBC-compliant database. With this type ofpower, users can easily create templates for documents such as Web pages orproduct catalogs.

In this latest version of Illustrator 10, Adobe has managed to enhance itsexisting drawing tools with powerful productivity aids. By focusing on importantworkflow, productivity, and database-connectivity features, Adobe has given theuser more time to explore new creative possibilities. --Rich Ting ... Read more

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars Sad
The saying, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" is epitomized in this program. Adobe attempted to add a plethora of tools a designer might want. In fact, I think the program would work great for web design if it weren't so buggy. For print, it's just as bad as 9 was and 9 was VERY BAD.
I tried to use it for a couple weeks, but I had to get some work done so I'm back in 8. I hesitated to buy 10 because 9 was such a bomb, but hope springs eternal; I thought they would surely not release two duds in a row. I will buy 11 just because I hate to be so far behind, but it better be better.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for design, a step back for production
Having been a working user since Illustrator 5.0, I've seen a great deal of changes in this fine design and production program. Adobe was in my opinion at their pinnacle with release 8.0. Version 9 added transparency effect, but it seemed to drag on the OS (9.x), and one huge change that was unnoticed by most designers, put a huge thorn in the side of those working in print or production: Adobe changed their post script management in the exporting of most files to be ripped from post script, to .pdf. This caused a myriad of problems in the rip world, where the "new and improved" format would not rip, or caused serious rip problems, with images needed embedding (doubling or tripling the final file size), or other work arounds. Hence, many of us never used verion 9.0.

Now comes Version 10. This version has the beautiful aqua interface, is much faster than version 9, and a lot of designers will love it for that. Have the problems been fixed? Well, no. As a matter of fact, some are worse. .eps files saved out of 10 as version 8.0 (to hopefully rip better) causes placed files to appear as fragmented, embedded, unnamed, files, causing a total re-design. Files with transparency often rip as solid blocks, or have Pantone colors fall out when used as transparency. While one could argue this is a problem with the rip, it's not the best business ethic to let your customers (production users) have to deal with these hassles, when they should have been ironed out between Adobe and other (rip) software manufacturers. Another feature that appeared in 9.0 is still useless: Automated (batching) actions. Illustrator 10 wants to name every single file the same as the file used in the writing of the action. Making what could be a huge, huge time saver for production works, totally useless. There are also network security issues, where OSX wants to hide AI 10 files when saved to a Windows based server. Adobe also missed the boat in that the save window doesn't allow anything other than the power user window in OSX, and won't allow collumn width adustments. Again, this may all be Apple, (or Windows). But I say iron these issues out before releasing the software and charging users for it, and letting them deal with the headaches.

But before I create a huge laundry list of things wrong with the program, Illustrator does deserve some praise. It's the best looking version to date, that isn't even close. It also makes jumping into basic design easier than ever. And it has many, many web friendly features. Most any designer out there working on basic (or complex) logos, designs and illustrations will find AI 10, for OSX to be the best version to date. So you're likely to see a lot of 5-star reviews from those users.

Bottom line: If you're a designer working in OSX, this is a much faster, and nicer version than 9. But a lot of production workers who use Illustrator day in and day out for print export and rip are going to find the program still has several problems that make it very difficult to use in a production environment.

[I should note that when I say "rip" I am not talking about rasterizing files in Photoshop, but instead using programs such as Cheetah, Color Burst, Autoflo, or Onyx. Industry standards.]

2-0 out of 5 stars even farther of target...
I've been a user since the first beta, and things don't look good for Illustrator. The marketing people have been in charge for way too long, and now it is impossible to tell just what this program is supposed to do! It does nothing well. To this "industry standard" (in EXACTLY the way Lotus 123 was sold as "the indusrtry standard" for the last three useless versions), Adobe continues to add a scattering of confused features and tricks, while ignoring years old problems with Illustrator. At this point, the new 'web' features that started flooding in with version 7 have overwhelmed any sense of planning or design., and have caused no end of problems for its print users. One can use 'transparency features' to create neat drop shadows (not suitable for print work as they force the vector work to pixelate before printing is possible), but one still cannot handle multiple pages, master documents, or even file linking in any but the most rudimentary way. While faster than some past versions, there must be SOME reason that Adobe, the people who invented PostScript, produce the absolute slowest PostScript file creator in the field. The only program slower to write a file is InDesign - also by Adobe.

MacroMedia Freehand stepped way ahead of this product 4 or 5 versions ago and has never looked back. The only real benefit to Illustrator is its excellent ability to interpret and edit many .eps files. But a file converter is hardly worth the price.

Illustrator is NO longer a decent prepress tool, and has not been since version 7. It has such a hodge podge of conflicting and incompatible 'features' that I wonder what it IS suited for.

Unless Adobe gets some focus back to it's software, photoshop and GoLive will be the only decent products they make. (and GoLive was purchased as a good thing - who knows where it will be in a year or two).

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally for MacOs X!!!
I have tried the beta version and am awaiting shipment of the final version. I have used the prior versions and have to say this is a big improvement. Now, if we can get Photoshop and GoLive in MacOs X, I will never have to switch back to classic. ... Read more


32. Apple DVD Studio Pro 3
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Asin: B00022VNSE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 1763
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Features

  • Comprehensive and flexible DVD authoring software
  • Integrates easily with Final Cut Pro HD, Motion, and Adobe Photoshop
  • 2 powerful video and audio encoding applications: Compressor and A.Pack
  • Create advanced slideshows with just one click
  • Professional toolset for producing exceptional DVDs in record time

33. Corel Graphics Suite 10

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Asin: B00005OLZO
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 10439
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Corel Graphics Suite 10 offers a comprehensive collection of graphics applications for design, illustration, publishing, and multimedia. The suite contains innovative drawing tools, sophisticated image editing features, and vector animation software.

Designed for professional Mac users in the graphic design, business, and educational communities, Corel Graphics Suite 10 features CorelDRAW 10, Corel Photo-Paint 10, Corel R.A.V.E., and Canto Cumulus 5. Interactive tools, context-sensitive toolbars, and Live Effects software put you in control of the design process. Advanced features, such as Web Image Optimizer and Web publishing, add flair to your sites. Built-in PDF output, professional color management, and industry-standard import and export filters ensure desired results.

Corel Graphics Suite 10 runs natively under Mac OS X and Mac OS 8.6 to 9.2 and comes on two CD-ROMs. User manuals are included for each application. ... Read more

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2-0 out of 5 stars Make No Mistake: Corel is NOT Adobe.
After years of using CorelDraw (versions 5-9) on the Windows platform, suffering with frequent crashes and quirky tool operations, I assumed that the move to Corel 10 for Mac would be pleasant. Unfortunately, it was not.

Corel 10 for Mac is a dreadful program. It is horribly slow. I'm using a 466 G4, so I'm not expecting lighning, but dear God, it is a painful ordeal to try to edit text. There are a number of strange tool problems which reinstalling several times has not solved, even after downloading the 23-megabyte "patch".

-The Caps-Lock key doesn't work in text editing mode.
-The open and import dialogue windows are too small (only a portion of the file names are visible), and attempting to expand them makes the program crash.
-The program envrionment can easily become corrupted, forcing the user to revert to the default envrionment and lose all of their customization.
-The program appears to be unable to deal with white spot colors.
-The "support options" are awful. The only way to get support is by calling a long distance toll number... there is no e-mail support, and the online support database doesn't have a section for the program. By searching, one can find 3 articles about Draw 10 for Mac. I was unable to access the Usenet discussion groups.

There are also problems with arcing text that go back to the earliest versions of Draw I used on the PC. Corel seems more interested in adding new features than fixing problems with old ones.

On the plus side, the customization options are very comprehensive, allowing the user to do whatever they want with the interface... also the program seems to be able to import any kind of file. Sometimes the results are strange, with Illustrator files sometimes having mysterious white outlines around everything...

Overall, if Corel can speed it up and fix some problems, this program would be a pleasure to use, but don't get your hopes up.

5-0 out of 5 stars CorelDraw vs Illustrator
Lightyears ahead Illustrator, Coreldraw came a long way since the first version. Since the hole graphic design industry was based at the time on the MAC, Illustrator became the standard, while Corel got stablished into the Windows plataform.

But now that both plataform got so similar, The truth is that after this unspected shift, Illustrator got so afraid of Corel that they started to pay people to create positive reviews of the software.

Corel was using interactive transparencies, Text envelopes, 3D extrudes & amazing Printing Options while Illustrator was still in dippers. Even more, after so many years of "Illustrator" the program is still incapable of showing Font Previews. It even tried to poorly imitate Corel's Text Envelopes but it does not get even close.

In CorelDraw you have many interactive tools that do the job, while in illustrator you need a many to acomplish the same. This forces you to deal with an interface crowded with useless & unecessary tools, no wonder it was finally recogniced by Macworld as Best of Show at MACExpo.

There are so many features in draw that Illustrator lacks that you'd need a book to enumerate. The only reason the graphic design industry does not like it is just because it comes from windows & they don't like to learn better ways to do the same thing. It's true in the past Corel was unstable but after version 7 the Illustrator got way behind.

The truth is that you can do basicaly anything with any of this programs, the only diference is that with corel you can do it way faster. Besides, you get more for your money, Rave & PhotoPaint, this last two programs do a decent job thou I personally like Flash & Photoshop better. As you can see I' not an Anti-Adobe I just state the obvious.

1-0 out of 5 stars Even Corel doesn't use Corel
A story in an Ottawa newspaper (the Citizen, I believe) recently ran a story that revealed that Corel used Adobe Illustrator to design the packaging for Corel Graphics Suite. And no wonder. The Corel suite is just plain painful to use. A clunky interface, super slow re-draw time and truly wacky text handling make the Corel experience a truly frustrating one. So I, like Corel, will continue to use Adobe. ... Read more


34. procreate Painter 7 Upgrade

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Asin: B00005NHEI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: procreate
Sales Rank: 7419
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Painter, the natural-media emulation tool for digital artists, has survived yet another ownership transition and is now up to version 7. The new owner, procreate, seems committed to the software: version 7 includes some important new features, numerous bug fixes, and compatibility with Mac OS X.

Any digital artist worth their salt is at least familiar with Painter. Painter has tools like no other image editing application, and it is capable of imitating watercolor, oil, crayons, markers, and pencil to a remarkable degree. Combined with a graphics tablet, a talented artist might never pick up a physical paintbrush again.

Painter 7 raises the stakes in natural-media emulation. The new Liquid Ink technology emulates thick paint on a surface, and the new watercolor layers are so realistic you'll worry that they'll drip down into your monitor.

Other enhancements include a continuous, variable zoom tool, total compatibility with Photoshop (including the ability to open and save layered PSD files), and perspective grids to act as an aid when drawing freehand objects.

Painter 7 is also OS X native, meaning it takes full advantage of the Aqua interface and opens in OS X without the need to start up Mac Classic OS 9. As of this writing, there are still some issues to be ironed out with Wacom's tablet drivers, which prevent Painter 7 from being pressure-sensitive, but it's still early in the OS X game.

Overall, Painter 7 offers numerous new and improved features, making it more than just a worthwhile upgrade. --Mike Caputo ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Painter 7 The Best painting tool for artists
Painter 7 is the best set of tools for a digital artist.
The natural media allows everything you can imagine.
Take the pencils or the brushes and began to paint the
world as you like.

Excellent software !!!!!!!! ... Read more


35. Adobe Design Collection 5.0
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Asin: B00005UWHP
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 9883
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The Adobe Design Collection delivers four versatile design and publishing applications--Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe Acrobat--to your desktop at one great price. Together, these programs provide everything you need to create and produce professional-quality images, illustrations, and layouts, as well as publish documents across media. Not to be overlooked is the fact that Adobe also supports its Design Collection with extensive online help and topnotch customer service.

Use Adobe Photoshop's flexible tool suite to retouch, enhance, color correct, and apply special effects to images. Choose from enhanced color management, an expanded Actions palette, and editable vector shapes and text options. Draw and edit detailed illustrations with Adobe Illustrator using its versatile transparency capabilities, blending modes, object and layer effects, editable text, and other innovative features. Produce sophisticated page layouts and elegantly composed text with Adobe InDesign's typographical and design features, such as built-in trapping, the ability to insert text along a path, and text copying, graphic formatting, and streamlined editorial and production features. And finally, you'll be able to exchange, review, and output Adobe PDF files with precision using the powerful tools in Adobe Acrobat. ... Read more


36. Apple DVD Studio Pro 3 Upgrade
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Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 2321
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Features

  • Simplified DVD authoring with creative control from start to finish
  • Customizable workspace; integrated menu editor; timeline-based track editor
  • Create advanced slideshows with just one click
  • Professionally designed templates or build your own
  • Integrates easily with Final Cut Pro HD, Motion, and Adobe Photoshop

37. Adobe Design Collection 1.0

Asin: B00002S5VM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 12794
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Adobe Design Collection contains four leading-edge design and publishing applications in one fully integrated suite: Adobe InDesign 1.0, Adobe Photoshop 5.5, Adobe Illustrator 8.0, and Adobe Acrobat 4.0. Together, these programs give you everything you need to create and produce professional images, illustrations, and layouts, and to publish documents across media. Shared Adobe technologies provide consistent font handling, color management, onscreen graphics display, and PDF support across all four programs. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Product
I bought this product because mainly, I've heard Photoshop is a good program & I've also always wanted to make those little ".pdf" files you get in README's sometimes. The product is excellent, and although the price is somewhat high, it's worth it. It takes a bit of getting used to if you're not a computer geek, but I would definitely recommend it for the professional, web designer, or overachiever. If you have the money, you might want to invest in it. ... Read more


38. Adobe Web Collection 4.0
list price: $1,114.99
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Asin: B00005V7GW
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Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 11970
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Adobe Web Collection 4.0 combines four Web content creation and professional site-deployment applications into one affordable suite. This comprehensive and versatile toolset includes Adobe Photoshop 6.0, Illustrator 10.0, LiveMotion 2.0, and GoLive 6.0. Together, these programs give you everything you need to design, develop, and maintain a powerful Web presence.

Create original artwork and optimize images for the Web with Adobe Photoshop 6.0 software. Design and manage Web graphics using symbols and slicing options with Adobe Illustrator 10.0 software. Rapidly create scripted, dynamic Macromedia Flash (SWF) content such as interactive animations, advanced e-commerce tools, and XML-based chatrooms with the design, coding, and debugging tools in Adobe LiveMotion 2.0 software. Finally, assemble all your Web assets in Adobe GoLive 6.0, which helps you lay out your pages in a WYSIWYG environment, integrate and manage content across sites, share files, and deploy your sites on the Web and even wireless devices. ... Read more


39. CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 11 Upgrade
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B000069LH8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Corel
Sales Rank: 2890
Average Customer Review: 4.09 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The CorelDRAW Graphics Suite combines three heavyweight graphics tools--CorelDRAW 11, Photo-Paint 11, and R.A.V.E. 2--which can be used individually or together. Now in version 11, the CorelDRAW Suite shows Corel still has plenty of ideas on how to improve the effectiveness and ease-of-use of these major applications.

For example, in CorelDRAW there are now new "three-point" tools for drawing rectangles, ellipses, and curves. With each, you click to fix the first point, stretch out to define an axis or baseline, and click again to complete the object. The new Polyline tool enables you to create lines and objects segment by segment, where each segment can be straight or curved. The Pen tool offers a quick way to create Bezier curves.

CorelDRAW 11 introduces Symbols to its repertoire, too, so you can save and reuse drawing elements in a clip-board-style library. Using symbols saves considerable file space, which can be particularly important when drawing Web graphics.

Corel Photo-Paint 11 is to bitmap editing what CorelDRAW is to vector drawing. In many ways a competitor to Adobe Photoshop, the new version of Photo-Paint includes more improvements for Web artists. You can now slice images into a number of small parts to aid quick downloads and create rollovers for buttons and image maps, so they appear differently when pointed to or clicked. The program also supports JPEG 2000 files, so you can save your images in this new high-compression format.

The Cut-out masking tool helps extract foreground images from picture files and create objects from them that you can incorporate into other pictures. While not as comprehensive as Corel's own stand-alone KnockOut product, it's a useful tool in its own right. Red-eye removal from portrait photos can be a nuisance, but the new red-eye removal tool replaces red pixels with their greyscale equivalents. Various other effects within Photo-Paint add to its usefulness--things like enhanced lens flare, improved bevels, and reworked image stitching for panoramic photos.

The third part of the suite is Corel R.A.V.E., a Macromedia Flash animation creator. This module now uses a very similar interface to CorelDRAW and incorporates most of the same tools. It also offers tools and effects specific to its animation role, such as tweening of text on a path and of the program's predefined library objects, Perfect Shapes. Export of graphics to Macromedia Flash has been improved and includes the ability to export text as text rather than curves, which saves considerable file space.

Overall, the latest version of Corel Graphics Suite shows the company has once again proven itself to be a real player in the graphic design space. --Simon Williams ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars Fast and Powerful
Corel Graphics Suite 11 is by far the best product for illustration and digital imaging that I have used yet. These full featured applications are powerful and robust enough to allow graphics professionals to be as creative as they need without being bogged down with hidden commands, or unfriendly tools. The user interface is intuitive and smart giving creative flexibility and yet is not overwhelming to new users.

This new version of Graphics Suite has many new features that allow the graphic artist to go the extra mile in their design, and I have found that power and ease of the applications allows me to be far more productive then with competing products.

If you are new to Corel you will enjoy how easy it can be to use these applications. You will also enjoy the ability to make many different types of graphics, such as vector and raster images as well as fully interactive Flash animations.

If you are already familiar with Corel you will appreciate the new features and the added power that Corel has put into these applications.

5-0 out of 5 stars great price upgrade from corel8
Wow! What a great price [$$$] after rebate. I was relieved to learn upgrade from corel 8 was ok. In fact I didn't even have the serial# because it was long lost. I called customer support. After giving me the serial# to load the Corel suite 11 asked me to fax or email a picture of my Corel Draw 8 disk. Although the box seems to say version8 or higher, I got the impression proof of any Corel draw version was OK to upgrade from. I was satisfied with Corel 8 but It was giving me problems after upgrading from pIII450 win98 to new P4 3gig winxp pro. My print options were all Greek and program crashed (Locked up) often. It seemed logical to just upgrade to version 11. I have had none of the old problems so far. I will enjoy some of the new features but really feel the money well spent just to have the same features solid and reliable. Corel is the best program available for the money. Especially for someone like me who has the wide range of graphic needs. That is to say the paint/photo graphic needs to the high tolerance Corel draw cadd options. I really use the ability to work in full scale and print tiled pages on banner paper. Although I rarely print longer than six feet before concern the printer paper will go out of alignment. If you don't have a previous version of Corel draw to upgrade from you may want to buy corel8 for [$$$].

3-0 out of 5 stars The song remains the same
In the last ten years I've purchased Corel 3,4,5,6,and 7. I distinctly remember every version being slow and buggy. You'd buy the software and then have to phone Corel until they'd agree to send you software patches to fix the problems. But since there were never any complete solutions, I kept upgrading to newer versions, hoping maybe eventually, they would work out all the problems.
I lost my hope around corel 7, but recently decided to upgrade again. After all, they've had at least 5 years to design better, faster routines. Guess what - Corel 11 is even slower than Corel 7. Now it seems to be popular these days to blame all speed problems on insufficient RAM. But I don't buy it. Corel 11 is really not that much different than Corel 7, and I think 5 years of development should give massive speed improvements. I also think that it is very arrogant for software developers to build their systems a way that forces the end user to upgrade his computer.
The other issue of bugginess is also still with us. Immediately after getting the software, I was informed that I should get the servicepak in order to overcome some of the bugs.
The entire thing is an exact replay of my experience ten years ago.
Don't get me wrong, I really like the software - otherwise I wouldn't have upgraded so many times. But the software should be perfect before the company ships it and ... get ready to laugh at me ... the software should be capable of running quickly on a DX-100 486 with 32 megs of Ram under Win95. That was what I was using in 1996 and Corel 7 still ran faster than today's version on a Pentium. Ha Ha Ha

4-0 out of 5 stars Another "legitimate" consumer user, whatever that means
I'm not sure what Keith W. means by a legitimate user, but I've been using Corel since version 6. I am also very comfortable with the Adobe products, and Corel is still my application of choice. I find the Corel suite not only intuitive and quick to learn, but also much more suited to a user who wants to customize processes and create unique scripts.

3-0 out of 5 stars IMPROVED.....BUT.....
"CorelDraw Graphics Suite 11 Upgrade" spots an improved interface. All the major components: CorelDraw 11, PhotoPaint 11, and R.A.V.E. 2 have become easier to use, while at the same time donning new graphics capabilities. Still, experienced versatile users who have tried comparable software, will tell you that this software needs to grab a few more items in order to match both "Adobe Illustrator" and "Macromedia FreeHand".
In CorelDraw, the most significant additions are new drawing tools, symbols, and shaping tools; (all of which provide extra flexibility for drawing elements). PhotoPaint received a red-eye removal brush, improved Web capabilities, and a new cutout tool. The R.A.V.E. or Flash animator's text manipulating strength has increased. It also boasts of a library docker for symbols.
However, the fact is that either the equivalent of these enhancements or their superiors are present in the latest "Adobe Illustrator" and "Macromedia FreeHand" suites. Any user who has tested these software will vindicate me. Again, this "CorelDraw Graphics Suite 11" runs slower than both 'Illustrator' and 'FreeHand', which is the main reason why versatile users regard it as being less polished. Another fact about this Corel software is that its hunger for memory is voracious. Don't rely on the recommended 128MB of RAM that is written on its packet. If your PC's RAM is less than 512MB, this software may compel you to buy extra RAM modules; or else, you may not enjoy the luxury of having more than two other Applications open while running it. If you do, your PC may resort to a snail's speed after some minutes, in order to carry on with its rudimentary tasks.
But apart from these few negative issues, this software will serve you well. It is not bad at all! ... Read more


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