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I have never been a real user of Dreamweaver, which has been languishing around forever, but Adobe went to work on it creating improved support for H.264 encoded video in conjunction with improved integration with Flash CS4 and the Adobe Flash Player 10. Buy Adobe Creative Suite 4 Master Collection cheap price Photoshop Perhaps the biggest CS4 news from a technology standpoint was Adobe’s introduction of a 64-bit (Windows only) version of Photoshop. When this news was first announced, I was very excited, since my new system runs on Vista x64 (see my 8 cores on a budget feature). And yes, there is a performance difference, especially at very high resolutions. But there are several inherent problems in the way that Photoshop CS4 64-bit was implemented, and for me, those problems effectively cancel out any benefit that the 64-bit application currently provides. The Spray Brush tool allows for scattering symbols around the stage, onboard animations and all, to create dynamic procedural effects like twinkling stars in a very painless manner. The Deco tool also allows for more precise creation of dynamic arrays of symbols. Just like any tool, these have their time and place. I can see it being very tempting to use them incessantly, but if used in moderation for specific, hard-to-otherwise-achieve effects, these will be indispensable toolbox additions. At first, startling to me was new Audio-to-Text function, which converts audio to text and allows you to search for and play back different sections based upon the text content. This new feature has tremendous potential to quickly enable the editor to locate relevant portions of the video. Remember that I said "potential" as, at this stage in its development, depending upon the audio itself, it is not gotten to the point ofplete accuracy. A second use for this feature is to transcribe the audio to text for use as sub-titles. This would mean using the window found within to locate the exact audio you are seeking and copy the text over to a word processing application and performing a transcribe to text operation using the transcribe button. Using Adobe's Soundbooth application, its audio editor, whiches with most of the varied Adobe suites, can also do this. It was definitely a bit confusing to me at first and, as I said, not always very accurate in locating what I was seeking. However, the feature is a good start which can eventually cut your workflow time significantly as Adobe evolves its functioning for the future. If I have kept your interest to this point then keep a few things in mind. If you have previous versions of any of the Adobe suites, installing a new version will not step on the old. You will have to do aplete uninstall of any previous versions. That said, both versions could co-exist on yourputer if you do not mind the extra room it may take up on your hard drive. Should you wish to uninstall an earlier version, your original installer discs have an uninstaller, which can be utilized. It takes awhile but it works. You do not have to install all the applications in a suite if you do not want to. On the initial installation disc you have a choice of 'Easy Install', which will install everything in the suite or 'Custom Install' where you can select which applications you do not want to install by unchecking them. That's a bit backwards but that is how it works. I unchecked a few of the applications I did not think I would be using and they installed anyway. Not sure why that happened, perhaps it was an errant mouse click on my part, however, the uninstall was easy enough. The actual installation of CS 4 went smoothly though one of the discs needed to be ejected and put in a time or two before it could be read. Buy Adobe Creative Suite 4 Master Collection cheap price You'll need powerful hardware to run the heavy-duty CS4 applications: Users of Windows XP SP2 or Vista must have a processor of at least 2GHz, or 3.4GHz for working with high-definition video. Photoshop now natively supports 64-bit Vista, while Premiere, After Effects, Soundbooth, Encore, and OnLocation are certified for 64-bit Vista. Having returned to the Mac platform since CS3, Adobe's Premier Pro has made significant gains for Intel-based Macs and has brought a considerably greater integration of all its applications much in the same way Apple's Final Cut Studio continues to do. You can now, for instance, bring a Premier Pro sequence into Adobe After Effects and back. Most of the applications now have amon search field similar to Apple's Spotlight, which makes locating files, folders and other media simpler to do. Unlike Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier Pro will now work natively with AVCHD, HDV, P2. This is a heck of an improvement, especially to the many videographers moving to AVC HD camcorders being released by Panasonic and Sony. It is certainly not a feature that should be overlooked. In addition, Adobe is currently working with Red Cinema to develop a plug in which would enable Premiere Pro and After Effects editors to edit with Red's R3D camera raw files. It is not included in the suite but is something on the, hopefully, near horizon. Another gigantic leap forward is Photoshop CS4’s treatment of Adjustment Layers.pared to earlier Photoshop versions, CS4’s Adjustment Layers feel far more refined, residing in their own Adjustments palette. Instead of editing Adjustment Layers’ settings with separate pop-up dialog boxes, each Adjustment Layer is edited through the same Adjustments palette. This keeps the workflow faster and simpler. 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