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Want to watch videos on your iPhone or iPad without having to convert them into a compatible format and sync them to your device? Air Video lets you stream movies from your home Mac or PC to your iOS device.
Kinemac is an inexpensive and powerful 3D-creation tool from which any digital artist can benefit. Whether you’re a hobbyist or a professional 3D content creator, Kinemac 1.8.3 is definitely worth checking out.
InCopy CS5 provides a variety of minor but welcome improvements and mostly helpful new features—from the new Eyedropper tool, the span/split columns feature, and enhanced Track Changes to a more useful Layers panel and better Bridge support.
Just about anyone who wants to produce applications and objects using Flash will need Flash Professional CS5. Some designers will find that the new version of Flash Professional meets their entire spectrum of needs. Others will integrate some unique features into a larger, more differentiated workflow. Here's our complete review.
Despite its lack of new features, Fireworks CS5 contains an abundance of much-needed refinements, enhancements, and upgrades requested by users. Here's our complete review.
After Effects CS5 is a much-needed upgrade for speed and productivity in a 64-bit workflow, and the new Roto Brush tools lets you easily differentiate between foreground and background. Check out our complete review.
Flash Builder, a new member of the Creative Suite family, is a tool for building complex and powerful applications for both Web and stand-alone platforms. It meshes smoothly with interface prototypes created by designers in Flash Catalyst CS5. Here's our complete review.
InDesign CS5 features new tools for adding Flash interactivity, video and audio. And if your work is focused on producing traditional print documents, the upgrade's new productivity enhancements will shave tons of time off your daily workflow. Here's our complete review.
A range of new features and updates, combined with zippier performance, make the new Illustrator CS5 compelling for Web and application design. Here's our complete review.
Here's Macworld's review of Premiere Pro CS5.
Mac DVDRipper Pro is a reasonably capable and affordable tool for those who want to create archives of the DVDs they own.
RipIt’s strength remain its simplicity and ability to rip just about any disc you throw at it.