In this second part of our video editing series, we walk you through the basic elements found in professional video software. Don't feel intimidated; instead get ready to learn how to use these powerful new tools.
Consumer-grade video editing software is notorious for over-simplifying the editing process -- and confusing end-users along the way. In this article, we set out some basic terms to help you get a better grasp on slicing and dicing your precious home movies.
The price tag on Adobe Acrobat is onerous at best and highway robbery at worst, but we shouldn't let that stop us from enjoying the benefits of the PDF format. In fact, we're so keen on getting the most out of the flexible filetype, we're rounding up five free software options for editing your own PDF files.
With the pending release of Windows 7 comes DirectX 11, a new iteration of Microsoft's programming interface for 3D games. DirectX 10 debuted with Windows Vista to a stunning "meh," and has since then proven itself to be...meh. Will DirectX 11 redeem the franchise, or just cement the DirectX reputation as mere Microsoft gaming vaporware? We break it down in this preview.
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