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Adobe has just announced new versions of its budget-friendly image and video software programs: Photoshop Elements 9 and Premiere Elements 9.
We take one of Intel's new 34nm SSD drives for a spin and find it a worthy hard disk replacement, delivering massive speed jumps when loading software. But watch out for a penalty when writing data.
Photoshop Senior Project Manager John Nack posted a piece on his blog called Photoshop, Lightroom, and Adobe's 64-bit roadmap where he divulges that Photoshop (CS4) will be available in 64-bit versions for Windows, but only a 32-bit version for OS X.It doesn't mean that the Windows version of Photoshop will be twice as fast as the Mac OS X version though.
Photoshoppers, be careful. Publicly available exploit code for a serious security flaw in Adobe Photoshop could allow attackers to take complete control of your Windows machine.
Photoshop won't be optimized for Intel-based Macs for at least another year. Could this be a very disturbing trend? Will software makers eventually stop writing software for Mac OS X and only make Windows software since Macs and PCs will run Windows?
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Adobe Systems' Photoshop has been voted the most important application to port to Linux, according to the initial results of a survey carried out by software company Novell. The online public survey, running since mid-January, asks people which Microsoft Windows-only applications they want to use on Linux.
Existing Premiere users will want to switch to this version straight away; newcomers to video editing will also find it less daunting, but still extremely powerful.
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Software maker Adobe Systems on Tuesday released the next version of its InDesign page design and layout software, an area in which the company is fighting to grab market share from leader Quark. Version 2.0 of InDesign, written for the new Windows XP and Mac OS X operating systems, includes numerous enhancements such as support for XML Web functions and tie-ins to Adobe's Photoshop software. OS X compatibility could give Adobe at least a temporary edge over privately held Quark, which dominates the layout software market with its XPress package. Late last year, Quark began beta testing version 5.0 of QuarkXPress, including a version tailored for OS X. The final version will go on sale this quarter, according to a Quark representative. InDesign 2.0 is priced at $699 for the full version, or $99 for those upgrading from the previous version. --David Becker, Special to ZDNet News
Adobe Systems has posted details of a new version of Photoshop which it says will contain new features for both power users and novices.
Principal has commenced UK distribution of Alien Skin Software's Eye Candy 3.0 (£105 + VAT), a set of 21 Photoshop-compatible filters for Macintosh and Windows.
Desktop publishing giant Adobe today notched up version 4.0 of its high-end Photoshop digital imaging package for Windows and Macintosh.
Graphics and layout kingpin Adobe will release a series of Windows and Macintosh updates to its flagship Photoshop image editing, PageMaker DTP, and Persuasion presentation graphics packages next month.
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