Month: November 2012

Adobe Prelude CS6 (review)

Adobe Prelude CS6 isn’t a mainstream application. It’s used only by users who need to prepare video shots and takes before they get ingested into Premiere Pro. In short, Prelude is targeted at workgroups and broadcast environments where placing In/Out points and other markers can be done by someone else than the editor who does the final cut in Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro 7.

Red Giant Retrograde (review)

Retrograde is a Final Cut Pro X plug-in developed by Crumplepop engineers with the help of Red Giant Software. This application lets you create a worn effect as if you had shot your digital movie using an old analogue film camera. The plug-in uses real film, scanned by Crumplepop engineers to obtain the most realistic look and feel.

Camtasia 2 for Mac (review)

TechSmith is an old company in the technical world. It dates back from 1987 and has always been involved with screen capture and recording software for individual and professional use. Camtasia for Mac 2, however, is their second generation screen recording software for this platform.

ScreenFlow 4 (review)

For education, software demos, iPhone app demos, promotional videos, and online training, there’s Camtasia and ScreenFlow on the Mac. Camtasia is available for Windows PCs too, but ScreenFlow has more refinement and elegance, and is more user-friendly with better OS X integration