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Shareware Final Cut Pro filters

08/09, 6:30pm

Shareware Final Cut Pro filters

Joe Maller has posted a set of 12 filters for Final Cut Pro include advanced tools and new effects. Dubbed Joe's Filters, the $55 set will work with Final Cut Pro 2.02 and include improvements to the products built-in digital imaging controls, such as Color Glow, Gradients, Levels, Minimum Maximum, Motion Blur, Noise, and Pixelizer.

WebDesign 1.1 has spell checker, new feature

08/09, 6:25pm

WebDesign 1.1 has spell checker, new feature

WebDesign 1.1 is a "major" update to Rage Software's $30 HTML Editor, bringing a new spell checker, animproved interface, more HTML tools, auto indenting options and enhancements to the text editor as well as improved speed for syntax colouring, syntax checking, application launch time and HTML code generation for the built in HTML wizards.

LA Times: Apple at core of PC revolution

08/09, 6:15pm

LA Times: Apple at core of PC revolution

An article in the LA Times says that Apple is at "the Core of PC Revolution," noting its importance in the early years of the PC industry.

Apple phasing out Radeon graphics card?

08/09, 6:15pm

Apple phasing out Radeon graphics card?

Todd Bernard notes that Apple is no longer offering the ATI Radeon Graphics card at the Apple Store: "I was looking at buying an Apple LCD and the ADC Radeon card last week, went in last night to order and found that the Radeon card has been removed from the store web site, only the NVIDIA G-force 3 is available. I called the Tyson's store and they said they had a couple in stock. Looks like apple is phasing this card out?"

Macromedia Sitespring for OS X?

08/09, 6:15pm

Macromedia Sitespring for OS X?

Andrew Crow notes that Macromedia's recently announced web-project management, collaboration tool, Sitespring, is not available for Mac:

"The client version of this software uses a we browser and is obviously cross platform. However, the main server portion of Sitespring runs on a Windows NT Server. There is no Mac OS X Server version. I have spoken with Macromedia about this and they say they are planning on releasing a Linux version, but nothing for OS X. They said if the demand is high enough for an Mac OS X Server version, they will consider it. The email address to contact the Sitespring Team is wish-sitespring@macromedia.com."

Pix Lite X 1.1: enhanced media player

08/09, 6:05pm

Pix Lite X 1.1: enhanced media player

SearchWare Solutions has posted an OS X native version of Pix Lite X 1.1, its$15 QuickTime-based Media viewer for viewing QuickTime supported files. It includes slideshow and movie presentation functions as well as integrated AppleScript support.

Electric Rain to be used in Strata 3DPro

08/09, 3:35pm

Electric Rain to be used in Strata 3DPro

Electric Rain has signed an agreement to license their proprietary RAViX II vector rendering technology to Strata, makers of the Strata 3Dpro 3D modeling/rendering environment. RAVix will allow future releases of Strata 3DPro to export in Macromedia Flash (SWF), Adobe Illustrator, EPS, and the XML-based SVG formats.

Marmalade Moon offers OS X icons

08/09, 3:30pm

Marmalade Moon offers OS X icons

Marmalade Moon has introduced a new set of freeware OS X icons and desktop pictures/wallpapers dubbed Bird Cherry and Lilacs. "It's a bunch of flowers for those who have spent too much time in front of their computers rather than in the fresh air."

PocketDock 2.1.2 released

08/09, 3:20pm

PocketDock 2.1.2 released

PocketDock 2.1.2 is a utility to organize and launch applications, documents, web links, and email addresses. It supports multiple skins or looks. The new release fixes bugs and offers minor performance enhancements. [download form]

Appearance OSAX 1.2 posted

08/09, 3:10pm

Appearance OSAX 1.2 posted

Appearance OSAX 1.2 is a tool that extends the functionality of AppleScript by allowing users to create pop-up alerts, display dialogs, open floating text message windows, and show progress indicators. [download form]

JaneBUILDER 1.0 released

08/09, 3:00pm

JaneBUILDER 1.0 released

JaneBUILDER 1.0 is a visual editor for PHP. The files created are native PHP (text) files that can be opened by any HTML tool or text editor. Version 1.0 fixes numerous bugs and adds menu shortcuts since the last preview release. JaneBUILDER is priced at $49 and is both OS X and OS 9 compatible.

Memphis Apple store opening Sept. 29

08/09, 2:30pm

Memphis Apple store opening Sept. 29

An anonymous MacNN reader says that "while interviewing for a position today at the Apple store in Memphis, TN, they mentioned that the store will be opening on September 29th." Meanwhile, Apple is apparently having some legal trouble opening the store, which is in the Memphis suburb Germantown, TN.

New CAD Illustrator plugins due in mid-August

08/09, 1:05pm

New CAD Illustrator plugins due in mid-August

CValley announced that is new CAD Illustrator plugins, BluePrintTools-Pro and EXDXF-Pro will be released on August 14. BPT-Pro, which consists of 13 high quality tools, accessed through the Illustrator toolbox, can draw simple blueprints, design with dimension lines or even measure over a curved line. EXDXF-Pro adds several import and export routines, including support for conversions of the standard CAD format DXF, Bezier curves, and the R12 and R13 standards. Each is expected to cost under $100.

New training series on After Effects 5

08/09, 1:00pm

New training series on After Effects 5

Total Training has released What's New in Adobe After Effects 5, a new training series for advanced users of the the 2D/3D compositing tool. The series focuses on new features, including 3D development, parenting and expressions and is available in DVD and VHS (NTSC or PAL) video formats with over 16 hours of detailed instruction. An accompanying CD-ROM contains all the graphic files used by the instructor in each lesson. [pricing not available]

PiXel Check 1.0: check for bad pixels on LCDs

08/09, 12:55pm

PiXel Check 1.0: check for bad pixels on LCDs

Michael Simmons has released PiXel Check 1.0, "the only" OS X LCD pixel checking application, which allows you to easily turn on all or specific pixels on your LCD display, allowing you to check for bad or dead LCD pixels.

Lawsuit against Palm alleges damages to PC

08/09, 12:50pm

Lawsuit against Palm alleges damages to PC

A new lawsuit against Palm, currently seeking class-action status, claims that its handheld computers have damaged desktop computers when users "HotSync" the devices to their PCs.

Reader: OS X causes WinXP to ship early?

08/09, 12:50pm

Reader: OS X causes WinXP to ship early?

Microsoft will reportedly ship Windows XP a month of ahead of schedule, according to a report noted by MacNN reader Norm Phillips: "This is likely because of three things: Mac OS X 10.1 coming out in September, the government trying to delay the date of when Windows XP can come out, and slowing overall PC sales."

SF Museum uses FCP and Macs to make video

08/09, 12:45pm

SF Museum uses FCP and Macs to make video

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is turning toward video to tell the story of modern art, using Apple's tools and technologies such as Final Cut Pro, QuickTime and Power Mac G4.

Advantages of Mac OS over Wintel

08/09, 12:45pm

Advantages of Mac OS over Wintel

The GnomeREPORT talks about some of the advantages of the Mac over a PC, lauding the Mac's ease of administration, quality of hardware, and system stability.

New laptop cases for PBG4 from Tom Binh

08/09, 12:40pm

New laptop cases for PBG4 from Tom Binh

Tom Bihn has several laptop carrying cases for the PowerBook G4, including the G4 Mitre, a new velcro-tab Titanium sleeve due in mid-August. The G4 Monolith ($40, zippered sleeve), G4 Eclipse ($85, shoulder-strap carry case), and the G4 Lap Dog ($50, suspension-based glove carrying case).

Miglia ships its $150 ATA100 PCI card

08/09, 12:25pm

Miglia ships its $150 ATA100 PCI card

Miglia Technology is shipping its $150 Miglia Alchemy ATA100 PCI card, which offers 100 MB/sec bandwidth on two separate channels and allows you to connect up to four hard drives, CD-ROMs, CD-RW or DVD drives.

ConceptDraw-Vision converter in beta

08/09, 12:15pm

ConceptDraw-Vision converter in beta

ConceptDraw-Visio converter 2.0b is now available for beta testing, allowing users to convert documents from MS Visio to ConceptDraw. Version 2.0 adds the ability to convert ConceptDraw documents to Visio files. A free server-based version, availale now, runs on the company server and allows users to upload documents for conversion via an upload form on the web site. The stand-alone application is due in second half of August requires a computer on which Visio is installed.

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