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Adobe Announces Availability of Acrobat 8 Software to Rave Reviews from Customers! It’s a great new release (we’ve been using it internally for a while and I am very impressed with this new version).
Entry-level and code-challenged webmasters now have a whole new set of tools to play with in the latest release of Adobe’s web publishing product. Contribute 4 now boasts improved blog publishing capability and unified web publishing along with support for Flash video.
Of interest to Adobe Photoshop users is this application (Beta)… here’s the skinny – Filter Forge can produce a wide range of textures and effects which include organic structures, metallic and rocky surfaces, distortions, abstract textures, repeating patterns, color corrections, and more.
Microsoft made a step this week towards working cooperatively with other applications, but it resulted in a decidedly less than a positive outcome. A patch for the Adobe Flash Player, offered through the Windows Update service, seems to create more problems than it resolves.
Adobe Systems Inc. is taking their Macromedia Flash Professional 8 on tour. The free “Roadshow,” reaching Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York, will preview the software to creative professionals, and demonstrate how to use new features in the program.
Finnish based Nokia announced on Thursday the creation of Forum Nokia PRO: Flash Zone. It’s a support program put together between Nokia and Adobe with the intention of helping Forum Nokia PRO companies to develop Macromedia Flash applications for devices deployed by wireless operators.
Adobe announced on Thursday they got the nod from the U.S. Department of Justice for their acquisition of Macromedia. The deal’s not completely done because they await approval from some European jurisdictions but the companies expect the deal to close sometime in the fall.
Adobe announced they’ve added four new collections to its stock photo service. All these images will be added into the Adobe Creative Suite 2 and include a number of major image groups to choose from the JupiterImage collections and you can help maneuver through all these photos with their new search tool.
Adobe Systems and Macromedia look like their on a steady course to complete the acquisition process as stockholders from both companies announced they had voted in favor of the merger. 99% of Adobe’s outstanding shares and 99.8% of Macromedia’s outstanding shares voted yea on the matter.
Recently, those that follow the Internet technologies/graphics and multimedia industry were greeted with some rather interesting news: Adobe and Macromedia have agreed to a deal which allows Adobe to purchase Macromedia for an estimated 3.4 billion dollars (USD).
Adobe Systems has agreed to buy Macromedia in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion.
As you have probably heard by now, Adobe is buying Macromedia in $3.4 billion all-stock transaction.
Professional website designers can now easily bring the weblogging capabilities demanded by their customers to their website designs as a result of joint development efforts between Six Apart and Adobe.
Adobe Illustrator CS is an effective and efficient tool to express one’s ideas visually in print, in the web, and in other media. With its powerful new 3D features, advanced typographical controls, smooth PDF integration, enhanced printing options, and faster performance, it will surely help you explore your artistic imagination and publish your masterpiece anywhere.
Leveraging the over half-a-billion copies of Adobe Reader software distributed to date and the No. 1 Internet brand, Yahoo, the two companies will introduce integrated products that feature Adobe services, significantly increase the reach of Yahoo! Search and expand the online utility of Adobe Reader.
Often-overlooked commands can boost sales and project a more professional image. Adobe Acrobat Distiller is one of today’s most effective tools. Using Acrobat, you can distribute attractive and easy-to-read formatted documents for free.
If you write eBooks and you market them Online, you need to put your unique information into Portable Document Format (PDF) once your project is finished.
E-publishing is easier, more profitable and saves the author so much time and money. No waiting for the printer, no middle man who keeps half the profits. No packaging or mailing, saving the author enough time that he can either write another book or spend a few hours a week promoting it.
The debate between PC and Macintosh partisans over which platform performs better reached an interesting impasse this week when longtime Apple Computer partner Adobe Systems published a document on its Web site that supports claims that the PC is indeed faster.