Looking for a tool that will put textual or graphical watermarks on your photos or other images? Check out Script Software's iWatermark, which provides useful watermarking tools along with a number of other image prep capabilities, such as resizing, thumbnail creation, and file conversion.
Apple broke Leopard's font auto-activation feature in Mac OS X 10.5.2, and 10.5.3 unfortunately doesn't fix the problem. So if you've been wondering what happened, read on for what font expert Sharon Zardetto has been able to confirm experimentally.
Apple has released QuickTime 7.5, which fixes a number of security issues, along with iMovie 7.1.2 and iDVD 7.0.2, which provide unspecified compatibility and bug fixes.
Whether you're just getting started with GarageBand '08 or are an old pro looking for advice on getting the most from the program, check out Jeff Tolbert's new "Take Control of Making Music with GarageBand '08" and "Take Control of Recording with GarageBand '08."
If you have a Canon point-and-shoot digital camera, you may be able to increase its capabilities with the Canon Hacker's Development Kit. Best of all, it doesn't alter your camera permanently, so there's no downside in trying it.
If you didn't win a copy of HoudahGeo in last week's DealBITS drawing, don't fret, since you can still save 20 percent on the geocoding software through 18-May-08.
Writing HTML by hand has the same relationship to graphical Web authoring tools as a chisel has to a jackhammer.
Make a movie of what's happening on your computer screen - how snazzy can that be? With ScreenFlow, it can be very snazzy indeed. This program has knocked my socks off - with my shoes on.
If you've ever wanted to geocode your photos, check out this DealBITS drawing for HoudahGeo, which provides a variety of automatic and manual ways of assigning geographic coordinates to images and can help you share your photos via Flickr or Google Earth.
Graphical Web design tools are all well and good, but most sites with any substantial amount of regularly updated content still code by hand - including TidBITS and the venerable New York Times.
Digital photography lets us shoot thousands of images, but keeping track of them is a growing concern. Charles Maurer looks at programs that enable you to apply keywords and other metadata to your photos so you can find them easily later.
Final Cut Server is now shipping after a year's delay, giving video professionals the capability to manage video and audio assets.
Adobe announced the Lightroom 2 beta last week, which features multiple-monitor support, the capability to apply edits to select portions of an image, and smart collections. However, news that Lightroom 2 is 64-bit capable on the Mac brought up the news that the next version of Photoshop would not be.
Adobe has updated the terms of service for the online photo-editing service Photoshop Express, after users complained that the original wording gave the company overreaching ownership of shared images.
Apple has released Aperture 2.1, which features an architecture that enables developers to create plug-ins for editing images. One plug-in, Dodge & Burn, is included with the update.