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Date: 2009-09-02
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Sony Vegas Pro 9
Sony delivers a robust version 9 of its flagship NLE Sony Vegas with support for 4k video, including Red One, new UI
When a software program matures into its ninth iteration, you expect big things from it. I've been on-board Sony Vegas when it was an audio-only, version one application. It's been really interesting to be a part of the software's growth. As my go-to app for many years, I was excited to give the newest version a test drive. This review looks at Sony Vegas Pro 9.0b 32-bit (VP9), the second (free!) update since its release at NAB earlier this year.
Class on Demand: Basic Training for After Effects 7
In this video, host Chris Vadnais takes a look at Adobe After Effects 7, giving an overview of the interface in this version, as well as some of the tools the program features, how to create a composition, safe areas, adding text to your composition, and more.

Mecablitz 58 AF-1 Digital flash
The Metz 58 AF-1 challenges camera manufacturers, like Nikon and Canon, with a more affordable, feature rich flash unit
Metz (or Mecablitz) may be an unfamiliar name to a lot of you but for many decades its been the workhorse flash for a lot of pro photographers around the world. Metz is made in Germany and marketed in the US by Bogen Imaging Inc.
Insider #129 -- The OS Wars
Microsoft Gets its Groove On. . . Finally!
It's usually so easy to knock Microsoft for this, that, darned near everything. But they finally seem to have all the troops marching in the same direction. Win 7 looks darn solid. They've got corporate and individual OS solutions and apps (ok so some Texan judge said no but...) Apple likes them a lot better than the guy from the cloud company. Microsoft and Apple think Chrome is a little overblown...totally eliminating malware? Naw!!!! And MS offers a tech support phone number. They know this is a battle they can not lose
Final Cut Studio's Motion 4
With all the new features in Motion (and across the the whole studio), $299 is a very affordable upgrade price
Star Wars Episode 1 and Apple's new Final Cut Studio have something in common, and that is the hype. Final Cut Studio has been hyped for more than a year, and every time someone blogged about its release coming up, nothing happened. Well, mid-way through July, Apple snuck Final Cut Studio (not called 3, just Final Cut Studio) onto its website, and needless to say, the tidal wave began.
Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6)
After spending a couple of days with Snow Leopard, I can give an enthusiastic recommendation to upgrade
Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6), the new version of Apple's 8+ year old operating system, Mac OS X, is an impressive upgrade from Leopard (10.5), which came out in late 2007. While it doesn't sport many new features as in years past, it does feature many "under-the-hood" improvements that make it worth the upgrade.

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