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Date: 2009-07-17
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SCRATCH Delivers the 4K Finish at i/o post
Companies in eastern and central Europe have been quick to adopt new technologies that mirror the ever-evolving world of production and post. And i/o post in Prague is a prime example of utilizing the new digital workflow, with ASSIMILATE's SCRATCH(r) Digital Process Solution proving its worth as a nimble finishing system.
First Look: Photo Mechanic 4.6.1
Digital image organizer and management tool
Photo Mechanic is an image management and organization tool that helps you to speed up the process of viewing and culling your digital images. The application is not an image editor, but rather, it helps you to better view your digital images and then organize and apply keyword and other text information to them to help keep your image collections manageable. The application is super fast, and enables you to quickly scroll through and manage a lot of images.

Rapid Prototyping with SketchFlow
A challenge when working with clients is the ability to quickly develop a prototype identifying what the client wants on the screen without spending too much time developing the solution. With SketchFlow, built into Expression Blends, you can quickly develop effective prototypes with visuals, workflow and integration into the final solution that can effectively present to the customer their vision without you having to do all the work.
Font Management with Ted LoCascio: Previewing fonts
In this clip, Lynda.com host Ted LoCascio discusses how to preview fonts in Suitcase Fusion. He covers the fonts pane, where the fonts are located, open the triangles next to each Suitcase for more information, and what Suitcase details about the fonts, where they are located on the system, the type of fonts that they are, who made the fonts, and so on.
Font Management with Ted LoCascio: Managing fonts temporarily
How to use Suitcase Fusion to manage fonts temporarily without adding them to the vault
In this clip, Lynda.com host Ted LoCascio discusses how to use Suitcase Fusion to manage fonts temporarily without adding them to the vault. He shows how to achieve this using his master library, and how to access and import fonts temporarily without adding them to your vault.
Motion Designer's Toolkit from Digital Juice
Taking "stock" elements to a whole new level
As editors and graphic designers know, time is our worst enemy. Clients want the best looking product (obviously) in the absolute shortest amount of time, and that's where companies like Digital Juice have helped us in the past by providing us with stock elements that we can use to not only spice up our projects, but get them finished a lot faster.

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