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While the number of changes in Final Cut Express HD 3.5 since the last version are few, the improvements are substantial.
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The 6.0.1 update to iMovie HD fixes a number of glitches in the original version of the digital-video editor.
The latest version of this DVD-authoring program adds new features that give you futher control over how you structure and customize projects.
iMovie HD 6 isn’t as revolutionary as the previous iMovie release, but there are enough improvements to make it a solid upgrade, especially since it comes packaged with the rest of the iLife ’06 suite.
There's more to this updated version of iMovie than new animated themes. Jeff Carlson shows you what else is new in this iLife '06 component, from enhanced audio effects to real-time previews of effects.
If something bad happens to your portable when you’re on the road (or even at home), what’s the next step? Here’s what to do when calamities strike.
With consumer-level HD cameras still costing between $2,000 and $5,000, most video enthusiasts haven‘t walked through the HD door—but they’re certainly eyeing the possibilities. And Apple is more than happy to welcome them to the party with Final Cut Express HD.
SubEthaEdit can shave hours off projects—from building outlines and conducting group meetings to revising articles.
Are you worrying too much about security—or not enough? Our panel of Mac security experts examines several commonly held assumptions about viruses, spyware, wireless networking, and Web privacy and reveals which ones are true and which ones are false.
If you’re on the cutting edge of high-definition video and have the gear, the latest version of iMovie is a good first step into that world. But for the rest of us, iMovie HD’s speed improvements alone make the iLife ’05 package worth the price.
As a complement to iMovie HD, the updated version of Apple’s DVD-creation tool is a solid, though incremental, improvement over the previous edition.
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