APH Networks har testet de to software pakker Adobe Photoshop Elements 9 og Premiere Elements 9. Det er produkter som man bestemt ikke kan komme uden om hvis man er til foto eller video.
It has been a while since our last software report here at APH Networks, with the most recent being the Photoshop and Premiere Elements 8 article back in January of this year. With Christmas just around the corner, students are finishing up their exams for their respective courses, and of course, people in the workforce getting a well deserved break from our daily routine. From Christmas shopping to family dinners, this is going to be a hectic but ultimately enjoyable time, one way or the other. For those who want to do some last minute shopping, many stores are now open 24 hours to better serve customers. On the other hand, why anyone would want to go to the local grocery or department store at 3AM in the morning is beyond me, haha. It is almost 2011; in these modern times, one can simply buy things online and have the merchandise shipped to their recipients directly, so why not do that instead? To very loosely link to our report today, since our Editor-in-Chief made me write this pretty much last minute, and since I can't think of a better introduction, you can buy your friends *ahem* software such as what we will be taking a look at today -- rather than, say, a bag of apples from Safeway. What better way is there to finish off the year than the way we started it off, by taking a look at the latest iteration of Adobe Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements? This version of Premiere Elements is actually the 7th edition, but since Adobe has decided to sync the version numbers of both programs together, both current versions are labeled as '9', following the preceding numbering scheme. As there are no fundamental changes to PRE/PSE8, I will just go over the new stuff, and see if it is worth your money.
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