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Date: 2009-10-16
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CoreMelt's plug-ins are getting better with age
You can never have enough plug-ins. Trust me, as an editor/graphic designer you always have clients that want something "cool," but have really no idea what they are looking for, so you end up finding yourself going through the plug-ins on your system to try and put something together to really "wow" them, your plug-in collection needs to have three traits.
Six Steps to a Profitable Marketing Plan
Technology is readily available. New products, new ideas are around every corner. The challenge for the PC, CE, communications industry is how we present these ideas so they appeal to customers -- businesses and individuals. Shouting that we have the best whooppie do technology and whiz bang idea won't help you build sales. Instead the focus has to be on the solution -- even when it is a solution to a problem the customer didn't know he or she had. The six guiding steps may help. . . someone

Indie Filmmakers Find Partner in Post Production at Monaco Labs
Indie filmmakers are on a roll. The number of high-quality indie films produced annually continues to grow dramatically within the US, and this growth extends throughout the world as well, from Mumbai to Soho, to New York, LA, Korea, and Jakarta. International Film Festivals abound, with indie filmmakers being acknowledged for the quality content and execution of their films. And the growth of the indie filmmaker community is taking off with help from the numerous film schools who are using the latest digital cinema technologies in their curriculum.
Working with QuickTime X
QuickTime Pro features now standard in Snow Leopard
Snow Leopard, Apple's sixth release of OS X, includes a dramatic upgrade to QuickTime. In one swift move, Apple jumped from QuickTime 7 to X. In this article you will find out why Snow Leopard is worth the upgrade just for QuickTime X, what new features abound throughout QuickTime and how you can take advantage of them.
Four effective ways to publish PowerPoint presentations to the Web
For sharing your PowerPoint presentations with a large amount of people, you may take advantages of the flourishing Internet which allows anyone to get useful information freely. So, publishing PowerPoint files on web comes into mind.
Working on the Mac OS X Desktop
Excerpt from Que Publishing's Mac OS X Snow Leopard In Depth
When you start your Mac and log on to your user account, the first thing you will see is the Mac OS X desktop, which takes up the entire screen as shown in Figure 1.1. The default desktop is fairly sparse with only the Dock at the bottom of the screen and the menu bar at the top.

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