Neil Bennett

Neil Bennett

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In-Depth:  Enter the reel world

Digit speaks to first-time and experienced independent filmmakers to find out how to get your feature films on the big screen.

Review:  Premiere Pro 1.5 review

Version 1.5 of Premiere Pro 1.5 isn’t as fully featured an upgrade as After Effects 6.5, but there are some great new creative effects and some…

Review:  After Effects 6.5 review

Of the three updates to Adobe’s Video Collection, After Effects has got the most out of the point-five upgrade. Plus, it costs £70 plus VAT…

Review:  Crossbow XB-A700 review

You wouldn’t normally call a workstation small and stylish – but that’s the perfect description for the Crossbow XB-A700. Armari has taken a…

In-Depth:  watch whenever wherever

If the hype of a few years ago had come true, we’d all have chucked out the telly in favour of online video by now. Digit checked out when…

Review:  Bubble Jet i9950 review

Canon’s latest, greatest A3 photo inkjet printer is overall the best traditional model that we’ve ever seen. However, if you’re willing to pay a…

Review:  Designjet 30 review

The Designjet 30 isn’t unique like its 130 brother (reviewed previously) but that doesn’t mean it’s any less impressive. The 30 is an A3+ version…

Review:  RealProducer 10 Plus review

It’s been a while since any of the main Web-streaming software tools have been updated, but like the proverbial bus, three have turned up at once.…

Review:  Vegas 5 review

Vegas is the permanent underdog of the video-editing world. The NLE has a small but fanatical following in the US, but has probably slipped under…

Review:  Designjet 130 review

HP’s Designjet 120 was a revelation when we first looked at it back in September last year. A 24-inch inkjet printer that combined the best from…

Review:  HP Workstation xw4100 review

The xw4100 is HP’s workstation for buyers on a budget. It’s small for a workstation and looks like a high-end games machine. The design doesn’t…

Review:  FlashTrax review

To the uninitiated, the FlashTrax is an iPod for still images. At its heart is a hard drive running a basic OS viewable through a 3.5-inch colour…

News:  Olympus intros small 6mp camera

Olympus has taken the wraps off the C-60 Zoom, a 6.1 megapixel model with a compact size and plenty of creative functions, according to the company.

Review:  Edius 2.0 review

When first launched in summer 2003, Edius seemed like a saviour for users of Canopus’s capture and effects hardware. Tied to Adobe’s ailing…

Review:  RX-E Workstation review

Armari’s RX-E includes some of the best components currently available for mid-range, Windows-based 3D workstations. It offers two of the latest…

Review:  WP-20 Wireless Print Server review

The WP-20 Wireless Print Server is a small silver box that connects to the i990 via a USB port, and then allows everyone on your network to use…

Review:  Bubble Jet i990 review

With the power and ease of digital photography winning over even the most ardent film fans, it’s more important than ever that the rest of the…

Review:  Panasonic DVC-30 review

With the DVC-30, Panasonic has done a good job of cramming the DVX100’s main features into a smaller case – and adding a few of its own. However,…

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Comment:  Create a vector map collage

I'm afraid not, no. This was a commercial commission, so cannot be used for any purpose except by the company who commissioned it (and us with…