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21. Adobe Illustrator CS2 Upgrade
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22. eMedia Guitar Method Version 3
$222.54
23. Pinnacle Studio MovieBox Deluxe
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24. Apple Production Suite [Final
$78.95
25. SONY Vegas Movie Studio + ( Windows
$426.99 list($599.00)
26. Sibelius 3 Professional Edition
$146.99 $139.00 list($249.99)
27. Movie Magic Screenwriter
$99.99 $99.00 list()
28. Line 6 Guitar Port
$799.97 list($999.99)
29. Adobe Video Collection Standard
$83.99 $74.99 list($89.99)
30. Dazzle Digital Video Creator (
$1,519.99 $1,497.00 list($1,499.99)
31. Avid Technology 0010-06812-01
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32. Apple Final Cut Express HD (Mac)
$89.99 $74.99 list($99.99)
33. Pinnacle Studio 9 Plus - Video
$349.99 list()
34. COLORVISION PrintFIX Suite ( Windows/Macintosh
$999.99 $597.00
35. Adobe After Effects Professional
$44.99 $43.88 list($49.99)
36. Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0
$274.99 $269.88 list($349.99)
37. Final Draft 7/Final Draft AV2
$164.99 $155.99 list($199.99)
38. Toast With Jam 6 (Mac)
$46.99 list($49.99)
39. Music Ace Deluxe
$49.99 Too low to display list($69.99)
40. PrintMusic 2004

21. Adobe Illustrator CS2 Upgrade (Mac)
list price: $169.00
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Asin: B00081G47Y
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Adobe
Sales Rank: 353
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22. eMedia Guitar Method Version 3
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B0000X63JE
Catlog: Software
Publisher: eMedia
Sales Rank: 75
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Learn chord strumming, playing melodies, and fingerpicking
  • 160+ comprehensive lessons, plus new modern rock chapter
  • 50+ videos including split-screens and close-ups of both hands
  • 70+ songs; artists include Bob Dylan, Steve Miller, and more
  • Automatic tuner, metronome, and 250-chord dictionary

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have for beginner guitar players!!
If you are a beginner guitar player and are frustrated with your lack of progression, this product is a must have. It is a progressive program, starting with the basics such as; tuning a guitar, replacing strings on a guitar, and even how to hold the guitar. The lessons then move into your first couple of chords and basic folk songs which use those chords. Learning is by repitition and continually building on what you've already learned. You may feel a little silly playing songs like "She'll be comin' around the mountain" and "Oh-suzanna" but you'll soon see the benefit of these simple songs when you can suddenly make smooth chord transitions, which will of course help you later with the more complex lessons and songs. The best thing I've found about this program is that you move at your own pace. If you're having problems with a particular lesson or a certain chord transition, you can continue working on it until you're ready to move on. You can even go back and review any lesson you want. This is especially handy if you've had a break between practice sessions and it's been a while since you picked up your guitar. Also, after each chapter, the program gives you a list of popular songs which you should be capable of playing using the chords and techniques you've learned up to that point in the lessons. The program also has a very useful chord dictionary, metronome, and animated fretboard to follow along with during a song. Even if you don't even know what a fretboard is... even if you don't know a single chord... if you just picked up a guitar for your first time and haven't the slightest idea where to start...THIS PROGRAM WILL HELP!!! ... Read more


23. Pinnacle Studio MovieBox Deluxe version 9 - video input adapter - Hi-Speed USB ( 210100429 )

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Asin: B00032Q3XS
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pinnacle Systems
Sales Rank: 1267
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Features

  • Home Cinema support - Capture, edit and output 16 x 9 widescreen video, and create surround sound soundtracks
  • Automated editing - Let SmartMovie edit your movie for you
  • Fix poorly shot footage using Studio's new cleaning and restoration tools
  • Audio Filters - Apply professional-level effects such as Reverb, Graphic EQ and normalize
  • Image Filters - Create exciting video effects, such as Old Time Movie, Ripples, Lens Flares and more

24. Apple Production Suite [Final Cut Pro HD, Motion, DVD Studio Pro]
list price: $1,299.99
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Asin: B0002V4GT8
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Apple
Sales Rank: 1979
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Features

  • Essential software suite for film and video production
  • Real-time production tools; common user interface elements
  • Professional graphics, video, audio, and DVD authoring applications
  • Provides seamless, intuitive, and integrated workflow
  • Includes Final Cut Pro HD, DVD Studio Pro 3, and Motion

25. SONY Vegas Movie Studio + ( Windows )

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Asin: B0002QNDKG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sony
Sales Rank: 797
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Features

  • Add special effects, transitions, titles, and music to your home movies for Hollywood-style results
  • Zoom, rotate, and pan across photos to create dynamic slideshows
  • Make your own DVDs complete with multiple menus, buttons, and links
  • Commemorate special events such as weddings and anniversaries
  • Create exciting, professional-looking business presentations

26. Sibelius 3 Professional Edition
list price: $599.00
our price: $426.99
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Asin: B00018TKAW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Sibelius Software Ltd.
Sales Rank: 1272
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Software for writing, playing, printing, and publishing music notation
  • Scan in printed music; high-quality sounds for playback
  • Saves time; elegant and intuitive; school feature sets
  • Publish music world-wide or create personal CDs and MP3s
  • Designed for students, educators, and professional composers

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Powerful Yet Easy to Learn
I have always written music the old-fashioned paper-and-pencil way and have never been capable of producing a fair copy in ink. So in order to give a more permanent form to some dreadful music I've accumulated in notebook sketches -- my aural communication to the ages -- I've been looking into music notation software. I ended up buying Sibelius 3.1, although Finale 2004 was also a strong contender and I downloaded the demo versions for both. Finale has a reputation of being difficult to learn and use, so I decided on Sibelius.

After just two days -- about twelve hours using the program -- I have mastered it to the point of being able to do cross-staff beaming and other moderately "advanced" things. It is essential to know how to select passages and input notes, but this is well explained in the clear and comprehensive User Manual and once you get this far, the rest pretty much falls into place.

The screen is attractive and uncluttered, with a large useful workspace. That the program is very well-designed is clear from the start, and as you use it and encounter inevitable problems (such as not enough space for an inserted clef, reshaping of ties, etc.) you will really appreciate the ability of the program to recover from errors in an intuitive way. Sibelius just has a way of "doing the right thing", which from a programming perspective is very difficult to achieve. And once you have discovered the joys of copying (which depends on a mastery of selection), you will find you can create fair copies even faster than you could write out a sketch using pencil and paper.

Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars Software for the common/professional musician
My background is in both arranging and composing and playing professionally here in the New Mexico area. Having used both of the top music software's for the last few years I find that when I have to do a project for profit, I always use Sibelius.
Both programs perform equally well, but Sibelius is by far the easiest and most logical to learn and use. The learning curve is very shallow. Everything is very intuitive and easy to find. The use of hot keys and simple, logical key presses and not the mouse make this program quick and through. You do not have to spend time going from menu to menu to find what you need. It can do everything I have ever needed in the way of arranging and composing. From Big Band Jazz to Orchestral works, it is all there. The finished printed work is beautiful to behold. I would highly recommend Sibelius to anyone who wants to get started producing work right away. The latest Sibelius V.3.1 is probably the most advanced product I have found. I have recommended it highly to all my musicians friends, and I have made many converts to Sibelius.

5-0 out of 5 stars Simply the best !
My musical world literally changed overnight when I purchased Sibelius version 2. I no longer had to worry about how to work the 'tool', as it was not in the way of my creativity! Everything was intuitive and user friendly. I soon composed many original tunes and received a nice publishing contract. I recently upgrade to 3.0, and wow! I love the Kontact player for realistic sounds, and I often use the score-to-audio wav file feature. I can compose and record to CD in minutes. Hard to believe they could improve this product any more. I highly recommend it to any musician or composer. By the way, the layout and user interface is very pleasing to the eye, and the program is just plain fun to use!

5-0 out of 5 stars Sibelius continues to score points
Sibelius has done a first rate job with this most recent version of their flagship notation application, managing to keep the program extremely user friendly, while incorporating some powerful new features.

The first thing you notice about this program is how *good* Sibelius looks on screen. Visually uncluttered and graphically smart, with a large, clean workspace. The New Score wizard has been completely overhauled, and the redesigned Instruments dialog allows one to re-sort staves, or add and delete instruments on the fly.

The new Focus On Staves feature is also extremely powerful, allowing one to view a subset of staves for more detail.

As to user friendliness, Sibelius 3 reminds me a lot of other well designed power applications which are very easy to do basic things with, and yet, provide a lot of depth and power under the hood when you are ready for it.

If you are a professional engraver, there are some things you will probably still miss in Sibelius, for instance, you still can't create complex bar numbering schemes which include visible multimeasure rest ranges. Also, selection and manipulation of bar numbers on the page in general needs some improvement. (for instance, you can't select multiple bar numbers and move them as a group).

However, based on the quantum leap in features and quality between versions 1, 2, and 3 of Sibelius, it's likely power users won't have long to wait for some of the more pro-specialized or esoteric features that are currently missing. For the majority of users, Sibelius is much easier to use right out of the box than its nearest competitor, Finale, offering excellent printed output and great playback with much less effort.

Add the host of new features in version 3 to an already extremely user friendly notation package, and Sibelius adds up to an excellent software choice for anyone composing or arranging printed music.

5-0 out of 5 stars It Just Keeps Getting Better~!
I upgraded from Sibelius 2 to version 3, and I'm SO thrilled with all of the new features!! No other notation software is taking the advancements in musical technology as seriously as Sibelius. My scores not only LOOK good, but they sound AMAZING. It's just wonderful.
All of the little fixes are great in this version, and I love some of the new plug-ins.
It's 100% stable in both platforms, too~!
My co-workers and I completed two large shows using Sibelius 3 (on both platforms) during the first week of it's release, and we had NO problems at all.
I could go on and on about how wonderful this program is...
If you're a first-time buyer, don't hesitate. It's one of those programs that doesn't take much time to learn, and once you get the very basics, everything falls right into place. You can guess your way through it, pretty much. It's really fun - you're bound to have one of those "wow" moments when you ask the program to do something for the first time, and you just guess, and it does it.
Perspective "power users" or professional users like myself: If you're using anything other than Sibelius for musical notation, you really should start thinking about your future.
Finale users... I'm SO sorry... Amazon only has 7 copies of Sibelius 3 left, so you better purchase NOW~! ... Read more


27. Movie Magic Screenwriter
list price: $249.99
our price: $146.99
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Asin: B00005V7FW
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Write Brothers
Sales Rank: 689
Average Customer Review: 3.86 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Sorry... Final Draft is better... NOT Buggy
I tried this and Final Draft side by side while evaluating what to buy. Final Draft is just less buggy and more professional.

Movie Magic pops the cursor around the screen after an operation. It also has these windows 3.1 looking interface windows. The speech system is too dependent on windows and not self contained like Final Draft.

True, there is more customization with Movie Magic... but I like Final Draft MUCH better. Run them next to each other and u will see.

Mike

5-0 out of 5 stars Professional's tool
I am both a working screenwriter and script supervisor. I use Movie Magic Screenwriter for both those jobs. Its an excellent, straight-forward, and cleanly built program for formating and writing professionally styled scripts.

Compared to Final Draft Movie Magic's formatting simply looks cleaner - with more accurate and useful spacing, sluglines, and transitions - and is far easier to use. Now this doesn't mean it will teach you how to write or what to write, but it does mean what you do write will at least look good.

Minor problems I've had and things that could change for the better...Screenwriter is a tad unstable with Windows XP and occasionally crashes at start-up (although I have yet to lose a file because of that). Some of the production tools - like scene numbering and CONTINUEDs - are buried deep in the program and not the least bit easy to get to. Also they still have annoying and non-standard formatting in there sluglines and transitions. For instance you can select Continuous and Moments Later for a time portion of your slugline. Any oen that works in production knows that there is no Continuous or Moments Later. Simply either DAY or NIGHT. For transitions they still have CUT TO which is no longer used.

Aside from those minor things Movie Magic is an excellent script writing program.

3-0 out of 5 stars not as easy as they make it sound!
I am just getting started using the program so I can not yet judge the overall product. I can tell you that the product description said: just load the software and you will be writing scripts in minutes regardless if you are a first timer or a pro.

That is a stretch. I had to get a tech guy to load the program and then it really is not walking me through the "how to" part of script writing.

Just be prepared to spend some time at the beginning.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good script writing software.
For years, I used to use Microsoft Word to develop all of my scripts in. While it could be done, it wasn't the best nor the easiest way to do it. I had always put off buying specialized software to do something that but the problem is that I spent more time formatting and paginating my scripts than I did writing.

Finally, I decided to break down and buy scripting software. But before deciding on which one to buy I did a little research on the titles that were currently available. I wanted to make sure I got the best product for the right price. What ultimatly sold me on Movie Magic Screenwriter 2000 was that both the Writers' Guild of America and Project Greenlight both recommend this software.

One of the claims made by the software company is the ability to get up and running right out of the box. I found this to be--for the most part--true. Upon receiving my copy, I was entering my first script in about 30 minutes (including installation time). There are some things that you may need to know, but the software company was intuitive enough to add booklets that contain this information in it so that you didn't have to hunt through the manual.

There are also a nice collection of templates included with the software that allows you to write for both movie and television (like I do). The templates for the TV shows comes in many different flavors (Sci-fi, sit-coms, dramas, etc.) and are even set up in the format used by several different shows.

What I especially appreciated was the fact that Screenwriter 2000 kept track of the names of my characters. I used to have to do this on scratch pads and Post-It notes or I would have to read back in the script to find a name. In Screenwriter 2000, I can call up a list of names to find the one I'm looking for. I'm able to do the same thing with scene heading, so I can keep my scenes in a consistant format.

Since I post some of my work on Zoetrope.com for review by other writers, the fact that I can create an Adobe file (.pdf format) was also of importance to me. While I could use a translation program to turn my Word document into an Adobe file, such translators have their problem and don't always retain the format that you created. With Screenwriter 2000, my Adobe documents come out looking the same as the original file. But this feature wasn't as intuitive as I had thought it would be. I was expecting this feature to be a part of the file exporting system. Instead, it's part of the print function. (You "print" a .pdf file.)

While there are a lot of pros about the software, there were also several cons, which is why I only rated it four stars. One is that this software is set up to installed on both the Mac and the PC from the same box. Becuase of that, they designed the user manual to address both opperating systems by printing it as a flip book. (One side has the instructions for the PC--flip the book over--the other side has the instructions for the Mac.) This means that the index is in the center. If you use an index as often as I do, plan on placing a bookmark there.

Another problem is that not all of the features available to the PC user is available to the Mac user. As of this review, only one feature--the Storyboard Linking--was not available on the Mac. However, this should be of little consiquence to the average user (unless you're a professional writer in Hollywood with a Mac).

Finally, one feature that was touted to me time and again was the voice readback capability. By using a Text-to-Speech engine, you can have your script read back to you, even to the point of assigning different voices to the different characters. It took a little effort to get this feature working on my PC, and when I did it sounded like a room full of Stephen Hawkings reading my screenplay.

Still, as softwares goes, this is possibly the best product out on the market.

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes the act of film creation a breeze
I've been using this product for about a year and it's about as easy as a program like this gets without sacrificing its professional end product. It's a cinch to learn, with easy fast-keys, a WORD-like interface, and a ton of features you may never get to. Great for plays, video game scenario building, etc., but its strength clearly lies in screenplay creation. All I have to do is think of the story I want to tell, know a few choice commands, and I'm flying with this program.

Great paper tutorial and a reasonable price for this type of program. ... Read more


28. Line 6 Guitar Port

our price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000AJQ42
Catlog: Software
Publisher: eMedia
Sales Rank: 377
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars BEST GUITAR PRODUCT I'VE EVER BOUGHT
I have whole collection of Boss and DOD pedals, and this one little unit replaces them all and blows them away. The sound quality is amazing. With the click of your mouse, you can switch between sounding just like the Edge of U2, the brown sound of Van Halen, Jimmy Page of Led Zeppelin, or even Spinal Tap and Hair Bands.

The amp simulations are wonderful, and all the reverb and delay and other effects are some of the best I have heard.

Finally, if you have a computer music studio program on your computer, like those by Magix or Cakewalk or any others, it works beautifully with them.

One of the most impressive features was the HUM REDUCER. The unique thing about this one was that it will actually learn the hum of each pickup of your guitar to eliminate it. Unbelieveable!

To me, this product is easily worth over $500, so the money I spent on it was just about the best hundred bucks for guitar equipment ever. You'll love it!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good practice / learning aid
I have played my guitar much more since buying the Guitarport. The sounds, effects and amp simulations available are great. No-one else has mentioned the play along features. You can play a CD or MP3 through the GP and select parts of the track to loop or play at half-speed. The online subscription is Ok for beginners due to the number of lessons, tones and articles available, but you may want to cancel it after a while as they don't get updated as often as one would hope. Someone else mentioned a hum caused by proximity to the computer monitor. Line6 have done their best with this unavoidable problem by including a NoiseGate and also a hum canceller.
All in all, excellent and well worth the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Just buy it!
I could not be happier with my Guitar Port.
By now, you probably know most of the features, so I won't bore
you with that. Let's just say, that since I bought the GP, I have not played through my amp since! The quality of the sound coming out of my little computer speakers has to be heard to be believed! (you need a decent set of computer speakers including subwoofer)

The thing I like about the GP the most, is the ability to save my "tones", so that I can pop in a Stevie Ray disc, go to my saved tones and select my "Stevie Ray Jon" tone, and start playing along with Stevie and sound just like him. To sum it up in one word....AWESOME!

4-0 out of 5 stars The perfect practice amp
I bought my GuitarPort about 4 months ago and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to replace their practice amp.

The sheer amount of tones and effects means you can achieve absoloutely any sound you want, It is ideal for beginners but at the same time it has everything an enthuasiast could want, but the GuitarPort does have some minor problems. Firstly any instrument lead above 10 feet seems to cause a loss in sound, another slight annoyance is the noise feedback that is experienced with CRT monitors (not flat screen), but if you stand back from the monitor it will go away. Apart from this I could not fault it.

Another feature of the GuitarPort is GuitarPort Online this is an online community which costs 7.99 a month, it is full of tones, lessons and tracks that are tabbed out for you, it is very comprehensive and updated regularly but there is nothing here that you wouldn't find on the net. When you buy your Guitar Port you have a free trial of their online services so you can make you mind up for yourself.

All in all this is a very complete product and excellent value considering all of it's features, don't let the minor flaws hold you back. ... Read more


29. Adobe Video Collection Standard 2.5 - Premier Pro 1.5, After Effects Standard 6.5, Audition 1.5, Encore DVD 1.5
list price: $999.99
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Asin: B00021XI0Q
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 2512
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Features

  • Comprehensive toolset for Windows-based video production
  • Create stunning motion graphics and visual effects
  • Produce quality audio and author-interactive, multi-language DVDs
  • Deliver professional results for film, video, DVD, or the Web
  • Premiere Pro; Audition; Encore DVD; After Effects Standard

30. Dazzle Digital Video Creator ( DVC ) 90 ( 210100371) Video Capture Device and Movie Maker
list price: $89.99
our price: $83.99
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Asin: B00028CAL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pinnacle Systems
Sales Rank: 1679
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • High quality video capture: get the most out of your PC's Hi-Speed USB controller!
  • Works with any video device equipped with analogue video outputs
  • Store hours of videos on your hard disk
  • Restore damaged videos or edit them automatically in a few minutes with Pinnacle Studio¿ QuickStart
  • Preserve and share your movies on CDs and DVDs*

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Dazzle DVC 90 and Pinnacle Studio Version 9
I tried 3 different capture devices in one week, and this was by far the easiest to use and the most portable, with good quality images. Set up is simple, install discs, install Pinnacle Studio Version 9, which has a great instruction video for beginners on how to capture,edit and make movies. USB2 device, which I am using in conjunction with a laptop. Captured old analogue video images, and off many monitors at work with images I need to use for presentations. Reasonable price for what you get. ... Read more


31. Avid Technology 0010-06812-01 Avid Mojo
list price: $1,499.99
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Asin: B00069NXLS
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: Avid Technology
Sales Rank: 4915
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Product Description

The Portable Digital Nonlinear Accelerator The revolutionary Avid Mojo is the portable, powerful Digital Nonlinear Accelerator that delivers the unprecedented power of true real-time effects, real-time DV input and output and professional analog-to-DV media conversion to Avid Xpress Pro and other software. Avid Mojo provides a full complement of real-time DV and analog input and output ports all wrapped in a rugged anodized aluminum case. Connected via a single FireWire cable to qualified Mac or PC systems, it is the first and only real-time video solution for notebook computers. Compact enough to take on location yet powerful enough to serve as the core of a video-editing suite, Avid Mojo connects to any qualified Mac or PC system via a single FireWire cable and scales from DV25 to uncompressed SD video. Note: Requires AVID XPRESS PRO.Avid Mojo Component Video I/O Option Avid Mojo supports component input and output via a professional I/O cable option. Two cables are provided - one for input and one for output. Customers who require component video I/O simply connect the cables into Avid Mojo's s-video and composite input and output connectors. The cables each terminate with three BNC connectors for connection to a professional deck.This solution takes advantage of Avid Mojo's innovative design and portability while providing high quality component video I/O (4:2:2) for customers who require these connections - especially those that wish to take full advantage ... Read more


32. Apple Final Cut Express HD (Mac)
list price: $299.99
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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


33. Pinnacle Studio 9 Plus - Video Editing Software
list price: $99.99
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B0002XHAX0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Pinnacle Systems
Sales Rank: 181
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Features

  • Advanced consumer video editing and disc authoring application
  • On-demand access to hundreds of professional-quality functionalities
  • Special video effects and more than 100 transitions; image stabilization
  • Audio features and effects; advanced video publishing
  • Intuitive interface and seamless workflow

34. COLORVISION PrintFIX Suite ( Windows/Macintosh )

our price: $349.99
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Asin: B000678MC0
Catlog: Software
Manufacturer: ColorVision
Sales Rank: 1881
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Product Description

PrintFIX is an elegant, innovative solution that enables you to produce pro quality prints. Now you can maintain consistency from your monitor to any number of RGB printers at a remarkably low price.Works within Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Elements so you will be in a familiar application, eliminating the need for you to learn a new program.Adjust and fine tune your prints precisely, with DoctorPRO. You will get those corrections every time, not just from Photoshop, but from any color managed application, even from different computers.Using Photoshop's familiar editing tools, make real time changes, with visual feedback, then apply those changes to your printer profile in seconds. For the demanding user. DoctorPRO gives you control over your digital darkroom so you can spend more time creating instead of trying to figure out why "what you see" on screen doesn't match "what you get" from your printer. ... Read more

Features

  • Features next-generation Spyder2 Colorimeter produces accurate ICC profiles for your CRT, LCD and laptop
  • Advanced photo sensors and color filtering system provides 5-fold increase in color sensitivity
  • Precision-molded filter pack and patent-protected light baffle ensures consistent color readings
  • PrintFIX patch and reader accurately measures printer calibration targets for outstanding prints
  • ColorVision offers free technical support and free software upgrades -- making it easy to leap into digital color control

35. Adobe After Effects Professional 6.5
list price: $999.99
our price: $999.99
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Asin: B00021XI9W
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 8161
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Features

  • Essential tool for motion graphics and visual effects
  • Powerful motion controls and 3D effects; particle system; scripting
  • Advanced keying and warping tools; AAF and OMF support
  • High-tech visual and audio effects; 16-bit color support
  • Automated production; flexible motion tracker; network rendering

36. Adobe Photoshop Album 2.0
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002UDQ90
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Adobe
Sales Rank: 80
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Features

  • Easily share memories with family and friends
  • Fun-themed templates for greeting cards, calendars, and photo albums
  • Create a slide show with captions, transitions, and music
  • Back up photos; find photos fast; fix flaws in seconds
  • Share with prints, by e-mail, or on the Web, CDs, or TV

37. Final Draft 7/Final Draft AV2 "Scriptwriter's Suite"
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0001XNKOY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Final Draft
Sales Rank: 2264
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38. Toast With Jam 6 (Mac)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B0001597KI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Roxio
Sales Rank: 359
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Toast 6 Titanium: CD and DVD burning software for Mac OS X
  • Jam 6: DJ-style mixing and mastering software
  • Bias Peak Express: powerful stereo editing software
  • Dolby Digital Sound: Hollywood-standard encoding and decoding software
  • DVD Music Album: hours of music on a single DVD

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bling bling music DVDs
Put your music on DVDs... play them in your home stereo... party on.

Plus, burning software that has always been the best!

5-0 out of 5 stars Toast w Jam 6
The programs included in this box was Toast© Titanium 6 and Toast© with Jam 6. For simplicity sake I will refer to them as "Jam" and "Titanium". Both programs are very easy to use. Just drag and drop and you are on your way.

"Jam" deals with just audio files. That however is mildly putting it. You can make CD's or DVD's like a DJ, digitize analog records and tapes plus make more in depth edits to your tracks in Peak Express. "Jam" is pretty easy to use the interface window gives you all the info about your tracks. You can adjust the "Cross Fades" in between your tracks or you could completely remove them to create a party type mix where the music never stops. You can "Trim" tracks so if you want that track to end sooner you can tweak your "Gain" and "Fade" to really control that track. You know for the songs that have endings you could do without you could quick "Fade" them. After all of your tweaking just burn your CD or DVD straight from "Jam" no need to go to another program. After you select your "Write Speed" for your CD or DVD you can select the option of also having the program eject the media when finished or send it to your desktop or just wait for you.

"Titanium" handles "Data", "Audio", "Video" and "Disk Copy". An interface window similar to "Jam" opens up with the different "Media" tabs on the top of the menu and the "Basic" and "Advanced" features on the left pop-out menu.

For "Data" burns you have six choices when it comes to how you want to be able to access the media later. Choose the one you want, then just drag and drop your files into the interface window hit the red record button tell it what write speed you would like and it starts a burning.

Audio files you just drag and drop and arrange the tracks to your liking. You don't have the same options of adjusting or tweaking your audio tracks like you do in "Jam" you could adjust the pause in between tracks but that's about as much tweaking that you can do. It would definitely be better if you did your adjusting in Peak Express before bringing them into "Titanium". You have five choices to choose from as to the type of media that you want to burn.

Video files just drag and drop your photos or videos into the interface window. You have three choices to choose from. In this program you don't have templates like you do in IDVD or DVD Studio Pro so if you just want something basic this will work great. "Titanium" creates a basic "Menu" so your finished product still can have a bit more professional look. The "Menu" you can have up to three "Buttons". The "Buttons" you can customize a bit; name it, the photo "Button" can be any slide or any frame within the video and adjust the duration of the slides, (if you want them to change automatically or manually). Then hit the red button and a burning you will go.

There is also a neat feature called "Plug and Burn" Just hook up your DV camcorder to your computer put in a DVD and you can burn your tape straight from your camcorder to a DVD. "Titanium" captures the video and puts it on your disc for you. "Titanium" will even rewind to the beginning of the tape for you before it starts recording.

The "Copy" tab lets you make an exact copy of any single-session disc. Audio discs, backup discs, MP3, IDVD and Mac and Windows discs. You have five choices in this mode. It will allow you to do this even if you only have one drive you just have to swap discs when prompted.

Both programs were very easy to use. A step above the basics, but limited when compared to IDVD or any of the higher dollar programs. "Jam" is great if you really want to start getting into controlling your audio tracks a bit more. I would call these programs low-medium range when it comes to skill levels in CD & DVD authoring. They both give a nice intro before getting into some of the higher end and more complicated programs, like IDVD and DVD Studio Pro.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is just what the Doctor ordered!!
The addition of Jam has allowed me to make an Awesome musical DVD album!
Jam's new high compression allowed me to make not just a musical DVD but add pictures to view as well for a party i had which was very entertaining to those just sitting around. One DVD with music played from the time of set up until the next morning! AWESOME!

5-0 out of 5 stars DVD Music Albums & Dolby Digital are Great Additions
Toast with Jam 6 does lots of things very well. And it comes with a great bundle of other applications such as Motion Pictures, Bias Peak Express, CD SpinDoctor and Discus. But the new features that are the greatest for my interests are the DVD Music Albums and Dolby Digital sound encoding. First, the DVD Music Albums allow me to do something that never was possible before: make long-playing music DVDs. I can have about 7 hours of CD-quality music or more than 30 hours of Dolby Digital music on one DVD. The playlists I create are shown as individual albums on my TV and I can see and select any music track on the DVD with my player's remote control. Even though it was created on a Mac it can be played on any DVD player.

Dolby Digital AC3 is the sound format used on commercial video discs (although Toast's Dolby Digital is 2 channel stereo, not 5.1 surround). It sounds great yet takes up much less space than the uncompressed "PCM" sound so you can get about 2 hours of video on a DVD-R rather than just 1-1/2 hours.

Prior to Toast with Jam 6 I couldn't do either of these. I'm happy!

And you should see the fabulous DVD I made of my grandson's first year using Motion Pictures. It's amazing how much is gained by panning and zooming on still images as music plays. From 8 hours old to 1 year old in a 5 minute DVD; he steals your heart. ... Read more


39. Music Ace Deluxe
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00018AUBK
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Harmonic Vision
Sales Rank: 199
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Features

  • Carefully designed by music education professionals, it features 36 lessons that introduce all the important musical concepts
  • Let Maestro Max teach you and challenge you while you develop your knowledge of important music concepts and skills
  • Covers all the basics of music theory, rhythm, pitch, note reading, listening, and the keyboard
  • Use the creative Doodle Pad for composing and hearing your own musical creations on the fly
  • Easy-to-use self-paced lessons let you learn at the rate that suits you best

40. PrintMusic 2004
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Asin: B00029XAUG
Catlog: Software
Publisher: MakeMusic!
Sales Rank: 186
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Features

  • Music notation software for creating, hearing, and printing sheet music
  • Free music scanning and SmartMusic instrument sounds
  • Write songs up to 24 staves; create scores and print out parts
  • Create lead sheets with lyrics, chord symbols, and guitar fretboards
  • Easy to print, e-mail, or save as SmartMusic Accompaniment

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