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Ever imagined a tool to edit existed SWF directly? Here comes the program named Sothink SWF Quicker. With this app, you can edit a ready-made SWF or author a SWF from scratch. I’ve just got a message from Sothink.com. They are offering our visitors 20 coupons for SWF Quicker, each coupon values $25. You can enjoy 29% discount instantly.
Here is a short product description from their official site:
Sothink SWF Quicker is the leading Flash Editor and Flash Maker. With this Flash Software, you can create stunning Flash effortlessly by editing SWF (Flash CS4 & AS 3.0 supported) directly or adopting rich built-in effects. You can also make Flash from scratch with the same vector editing capability as Adobe Flash but spend less. Diverse export formats (SWF, EXE, GIF, AVI, and Flash Lite) will enable you to apply the Flash everywhere you need.
If you’re into CGI, than you heard about e-on software. The products these guys created proudly stand behind big name movies like Avatar, G.I.Joe, Australia, Imaginarium of Doctor Parnasius, Prince of Persia – Sands of Time and a lot others. You can check their official website to learn more here: http://www.e-onsoftware.com/
What you might not know, is that these guys work on a new plugin for SketchUP, and SketchUP Pro for architects, a plug-in that will revolutionize how we visualize architectural projects in real-time 3D with photo-real illumination called LumenRT.
From the creators:
Thanks to LumenRT, architects no longer have to choose between high-quality images and real-time visualization: They can walk or fly through their designs and experience the true quality of light in fully interactive 3D!
LumenRT real-time environments can even be packaged into convenient, self-contained executables that can be run on any computer without requiring additional software.
This is a special occasion, and not only because it’s a holiday, but because now you have the chance to acquire the things you desire at the best prices available.
And because we like to find buy stuff now and then, and also help our fellows architects and designers out there, we’ve selected the best deals we could find on the items we would like to buy for our personal use.
So here it goes, a list sorted in descending order:
List Price: $2,599.00
You Save: $1,774.01 (68%)
Tell your story using Adobe’s full range of creative tools with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Master Collection software.
Move projects easily among applications for print, web, and interactive design. Take them to video production and create stunning motion graphics and effects.
Custom Free Facebook Layouts
Believe it or not, now you can have custom Layouts added to your profile in no time. Layouts you can customize with a few simple clicks.
Ever wondered how you can customize your Facebook Fan Page or Profile page with images of stars like Johnny Depp, Megan Fox, or Selena Gomez ? Well, now you can have a neat and unique design created by yourself with a few clicks of a mouse, with this awesome new tool called Page Rage.
Here is what this website can actually create with your guidance.
Megan Fox Theme
Custom Pop Art Design
Cool Detour Layout
Selena Gomez Theme
We know that you, our readers are creative, and will have fun with this new tool. So take 5 minutes from your daily routine and try out the Page Rage tool to customize your Facebook Profile. Visit the official website to learn more at www.pagerage.com
This is a guest post from Rosalind Sanders who writes for the solar pool cover blog, her personal hobby blog focused on tips to help home owners to save energy with solar energy.
American institute of physics demonstrates us more economical Selenium solar cells
Did you know that many analysts would like to find light-catching elements in order to transform more of the sun’s power into carbon-free electric power?
A new study described in the journal Applied Physics Letters in August this year (written and published by the American Institute of Physics), describes how solar power could potentially be collected by using oxide materials that include the element selenium. A team at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in Berkeley, California, embedded selenium in zinc oxide, a relatively cheap material that could make more economical use of the sun’s power.