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Synonyms for edit

Synonyms for edit

prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting

supervise the publication of

cut and assemble the components of

cut or eliminate

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The edits can be made to hard copies or directly in office, desktop publishing, or web publishing programs from Microsoft, Adobe, Quark, Allaire, Macro-media, and others.
Some of the regular features in Edit Well include: In-depth guidance and original articles written by Final Cut Studio experts, including Tom Wolsky, Philip Hodgetts, Bruce Nazarian, Kevin Monahan, Mark Spencer, Noah Kadner, Alexis Van Hurkman, and Graeme Nattress; video tutorials and audio interviews with Apple product managers, Final Cut Studio editors, and other industry leaders; and reader participation through polls, reader mail, and more.
NASDAQ:IVII) is a leading provider of DVD software and has developed a technology platform from which it has created a broad suite of integrated multimedia software products that allow users to capture, edit, author, burn, distribute, and play digital video.
It's also very exciting that with LightZone only the original image file and small sets of edit commands need to be saved, instead of multiple disk-filling TIFF or PSD files.
This Series 80 version has received Symbian-Signed certification and provides owners of both the Nokia 9300 smartphone and Nokia 9500 Communicator with the ability to open, view and edit Microsoft Word and Excel files.
Users can capture from the latest HDV camcorders and decks, then edit either in full-resolution lossless native format, or Smart Proxy mode.
Tapeless acquisition workflow - with Panasonic P2 support, allowing users to edit DV25 and DV50 directly from P2 cards or to quickly transfer media files to hard disk; and with Sony XDCAM, allowing customers to efficiently capture and edit media natively, including DV25, IMX 30/40/50, and MPEG-4 proxies;
HDR-FX1 users can capture, edit, and export back to the camera without leaving Premiere Pro - and without transcoding the material to another format for editing.