New tools in Vegas Pro add missing features, and you can create your own 3D video.
If your PDF tasks are basic and your budget is tight, PDF Converter will do the job.
Now easier to use, this software brings in different types of content and displays it in a consistent interface.
New version bolsters handy Acrobat portfolio feature, and will better integrate with the Web, too.
The new version has an excellent array of features and creative tools, but Adobe needs to combine the editing with the organizing.
Not a huge upgrade, but still an excellent video editor, especially for the price.
Individual apps and the whole bundle get a refresh with new features, but both suffer from inelegant integration with Adobe's included organizer app.
An application that has been dying for 64-bit support finally gets it. But if you really want to speed up your video workflow, you may need to spring for an expensive graphics card.
What do you add to the notebook that has everything? A second built-in screen--but the second screen on this super-sized notebook adds little functionality and a lot to the price tag.
Foxit Software will soon ship an eBook reader that beats the price tag of both the Amazon Kindle and Sony's PRS-700BC.
With a workstation's power (and price) in an understated package, this laptop is built for road-ready digital graphics artists.
Racking your brain for the perfect gifts for the celebrities on your holiday shopping list? These unique tech products will make life bearable for in-the-spotlight types like Paris, Lindsay, TomKat, and Brangelina.
This video editor is a great choice for those with underpowered PCs, and a pretty good choice for those with fast systems, too.
The newest version of Elements is Webbier than ever--with online backup and syncing, Internet-refreshed tutorials, and downloadable content--but to get a usable amount of storage space, you'll have to pay $50 a year.