Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 is a major milestone in the Mac video-editing world. The software isn’t perfect, but this is the first Premiere in a long time that can handle plenty of real-world, pro-level projects without any excuses.
Puzzle games are rarely as emotional, funny, and engaging as World of Goo. In its understandable core, you’ll just build structures by connecting living goo balls—the circles latch out arms to grab their close-by neighbors, creating elaborate bridgeworks of interlocking joints.
Network-attached storage, or NAS, is one of the dullest—but most underrated—upgrades we can think of. If you’ve got a couple Macs on a network, a single drive can hold documents and stream media without having to leave one Mac on all the time.
3D support is one of the major upgrades you’ll find in this version of After Effects. Of course, After Effects has been creating 3D environments for years, but the individual elements making up those environments were actually 2D, simply animated in a 3D space.