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Wrapt or Wripped Off
February 1st, 2003

With discipline and imagination, most graphic artists (who don’t work in dedicated packaging studios, at least) can use their favourite page layout software to create a standard box or bottle. Your bureau or printer will usually supply a cutting die to design on top of.

Lost in Preflight?
November 1st, 2002

How does a computer file become everything from a letter to your Auntie Flo to a six storey advertising billboard? The digitised information has to be sent to an output device — be it your modem, your colour deskjet or a commercial four colour press.


Veritoken
November 1st, 2009

Once connected, the Veritoken can be removed without losing your connection so you don’t have to leave your USB key plugged in to leave behind when you’re finished. And there’s a chance you might, because the other great thing about the whole thing launching from the USB key is that you can take it to any computer. Everything runs from the USB key and nothing is installed on the system you want to connect from.

Final Cut Studio 3
November 1st, 2009

There’s now a large floating Timecode window that you can move around and resize. It seems like it should have been included long ago, especially as it’s so easy to port your editing to a large (up to and including cinema-sized) screen for everyone rather than just the editor to watch as you work.


Can’t Stop the Music
November 1st, 2009

As the basis of a popular Internet comic strip about the perils of using copyrighted material in your project, the nightmarish scenario above might not be completely true. But the twin morals are clear; music is expensive, and music industry lawyers have very deep pockets.

Huey Monitor Colour Correction
November 1st, 2007

When it’s finished, the screen returns to normal and you can view the uncorrected and corrected settings by toggling a radio button. Our first reaction was horror — the system had given us a screen setting with a ghastly blue wash that didn’t look nearly as clear as it had been before.






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Logic Studio A Dolby media encoder -- being one of the top of the ...
March 1st, 2008

It’s Alive! Every time you sit down to watch a movie, you've probably watching ...
August 1st, 2008

Papershow Price: $349 Making paper-based information digital has a long history in computing from ...
August 1st, 2009

Wrapt or Wripped Off Since the vast majority of printed matter in the world is printed ...
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Xda Atom Life The Xda Atom Life is remarkably similar in form to the Xda ...
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