Tricks with iPhoto, synchronization with Automator …
In the May issue you will also find the easiest ways to synchronize folders and make backup copies with Automator and the best tricks to find images in iPhoto with a couple of clicks.
Final Cut Studio 2 and Final Cut Server
In the current sections we offer you a review of the news in Final Cut Studio 2 and the new Final Cut Server. In addition, in our practical sections we explain what you should know about transparencies in graphic design and how to use them without problems when printing or creating PDF documents.
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Contents Macworld 169, May 2007
Adobe Creative Suite 3
By Pedro Arconada, Pablo Blasberg and César Tardáguila
The wait has been worth it and in this article we show you what you can find in the main applications of the new Adobe suite: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop Extended, Flash and Dreamweaver from the hand of our experts.
Best of Affordable Software
By Fernando García
The best solutions do not always have to be the most expensive, and in many cases they are even free. Find the best selection of programs for your Mac.
AirPort Extreme “n” – Invisible Highways
By Javier Rodríguez
The UFO has taken off to make way for a new base station; In this article we show you in depth its main features and performance.
File Synchronization with Automator
By Héctor Facundo Arena
Even if you’ve never tried Automator, in this article we will explain step by step how to use it to automate all your file and folder synchronization tasks.
All about transparencies in graphic design
By Javier Pérez
Transparencies are a resource used with increasing frequency. In this article we show you what you have to take into account so that they do not give problems in your work with XPress, InDesign or Acrobat.
Find your photos quickly
By Derrick Story
If your iPhoto library contains thousands of photos, in this article you will find the best techniques and tricks that will allow you to find the images you want with a few mouse clicks.
Living room HD player
Mac Pro 8 cores
Intel Xeon “Clovertown” Workstation
HP Scanjet G4050
Flatbed and six-color slide scanner
Canon MD 130
Home MiniDV Camera
Professional USB Microphone
SpectraView Reference 21
Professional monitor with LED technology
Pinnacle TV for Mac Hybrid Stick
Analog TV and DTT tuner with recording from external sources
TC Electronic Konnekt 24D
Audio / MIDI interface with hardware effects
Sony Alpha 100
10.2 MP DSLR camera
Tempo SATA X4P
ESATA card for peripheral connection
Belkin Superior 550va
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
4D Web 2.0 Pack
Web 2.0 application deployment
REALbasic 2007r2 Professional
Multiplatform development environment