Archive for ‘Software’

Final Cut Pro 7.0 HD

Final Cut Pro was a high-performance digital nonlinear editing suite that was the first choice of professional editors worldwide. It included native support for virtually any video format, and professional-level extensibility and interoperability. It allowed you to edit everything from uncompressed standard definition video to HDV, DVCPRO HD, and uncompressed high definition video—as well as Panasonic P2 and Sony XDCAM HD tapeless formats.

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Hypercard 2.3

The Hypercard Development system allowed you to create custom software solutions for business, education and multimedia. Version 2.0 was integrated with AppleScript for easy control of more than 100 scriptable Mac OS-based applications.

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LisaProject

The Macintosh Powerbook 190cs was released in August of 1995 and touted as Apple’s most affordable color Powerbook.

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Apple LaserShare

The Apple LaserShare software utility supported network based background printing for Apple networks.

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Lisa 7/7 Office

The Macintosh Powerbook 190cs was released in August of 1995 and touted as Apple’s most affordable color Powerbook.

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Apple Remote Access (1993)

The Apple Remote Access Client for Macintosh was an easy and affordable way for users to remotely access a desktop Apple Macintosh or Powerbook. It supported connections over cellular networks, X.25 and ISDN.

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Appleworks 6

Appleworks was an early productivity suite that included tools for word processing, page layout, illustration, spreadsheet, database and presentation tools.

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Apple /// Pascal

Apple /// Pascal was a complete development suite optimized for the Apple /// hardware platform and contained a suite of tools for development of applications based on Pascal and Apple /// Pascal Assembly. Tools included an editor, filer, compiler, assembler, linker and librarian.

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Lisa Pascal Workshop 3.0

Lisa Pascal Workshop 3.0 was a complete development environment for developing applications for the Lisa and Macintosh platforms. It contained a Pascal compiler, MC68000 assembler, editor, linker, terminal emulator, debugger and a wide range of utility programs.

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Quicktime Starter Kit

The Apple Quicktime Starter Kit was a suite of tools supporting the Quicktime media player for managing and playing video, animation and audio files.

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