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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.

NEC Versa P578
February 1st, 2008

The other niggle is that while most laptops have jumped wholeheartedly into the Express Card format, NEC have opted for an old-style PCMCIA slot, so before you buy make sure you’ll be able to use the relevant add-ons to fit it.


Toshiba Portege R400 Notebook
July 1st, 2007

The Toshiba Portege R400 is one of the first tablet PCs built especially for Windows Vista, and one that makes good use of Vista features including the new Journal software that recognises handwriting when the device is in tablet mode.

Tune In, Turn On, Online
January 1st, 2003

In the recent past, 99% of us didn’t know or care about video formats. We went to the video shop and got a plastic box with two spools of magnetic tape that somehow contained recorded motion picture and sound. Formats were something TV stations and film distributors were concerned with.


Walk on the Wireless Side
May 1st, 2008

The term ‘wireless’ has different connotations. Over the last ten years as we’ve amassed an array of new devices to attach to and communicate with our PC, mobile or both. On the other hand it also means we’ve become entangled in cables.

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.






New Dimensions Ever wanted to work on a life-sized movie character? Drew ...
July 1st, 2009

Can’t Stop the Music You've probably used truckloads of stock images, but have you ever ...
November 1st, 2009

Camtasia Price: USD$149 Still blogging? Doing how-tos on your website with screenshots and text-based ...
December 1st, 2009

Final Cut Studio 3 Price: $1,499 Apple's new production house in a box comes with whole new ...
November 1st, 2009

In Living Colour Even the lowest quality newsprint routinely contains colour today. But when your ...
May 1st, 2009

The Quark Wars Drew Turney remembers the design industry's very own history of warfare and ...
August 1st, 2009


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