Review – Adobe Premiere Elements 4

March 11th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

Following on from our Photoshop Elements 6 review, the other half of the two-disc bundle is Adobe Premiere Elements 4. As you would expect from a bundled package, the interface shares a look and colour scheme with the new Photoshop Elements and the two packages interact with each other in an easy unobtrusive fashion. How does the ‘user friendly’ version of Premiere measure up to its 800lb cousin?
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Review – Acrobat 8 Professional

March 11th, 2010 § 0 comments § permalink

For all of the universal presence of the PDF format it’s a constant surprise just how many people are unaware of the existence of Acrobat Professional, the software used to create and manage those PDFs. But why would you want to make a PDF?
Well, at its simplest level, the PDF is about as close as you can get digitally to the printed page – a universal, freely distributed medium which, once editing is complete, can be published in a locked format and distributed without fear of it being changed.
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Review – Photoshop Elements 6

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Photoshop Elements 6 is a re-engineered version of the most powerful tool in the business – like a production version of a championship rally car. At a fraction of the price of its industry darling sibling, it’s affordable by just about everyone. So how does it measure up? Should you buy it? Read on and find out….

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