- Adobe CS3 Master Collection for PC or MAC includes:
- InDesign CS3
- Photoshop CS3
- Illustrator CS3
- Acrobat 8 Professional
- Flash CS3 Professional
- Dreamweaver CS3
- Fireworks CS3
- Contribute CS3
- After Effects CS3 Professional
- Premiere Pro CS3
- Encore DVD CS3
- Soundbooth CS3

- newxpnow . com in Internet Exp!orer

- System Requirements

- For PC:
- Intel Pentium 4 (1.4GHz processor for DV; 3.4GHz processor for HDV), Intel 
Centrino, Intel Xeon, (dual 2.8GHz processors for HD), or Intel Core
- Duo (or compatible) processor; SSE2-enabled processor required for AMD systems
- Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Microsoft Windows Vista Home 
Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise (certified for 32-bit editions)
- 1GB of RAM for DV; 2GB of RAM for HDV and HD; more RAM recommended when 
running multiple components
- 38GB of available hard-disk space (additional free space required during 
installation)
- Dedicated 7,200 RPM hard drive for DV and HDV editing; striped disk array 
storage (RAID 0) for HD; SCSI disk subsystem preferred
- Microsoft DirectX compatible sound card (multichannel ASIO-compatible sound 
card recommended)
- 1,280x1,024 monitor resolution with 32-bit color adapter
- DVD-ROM drive

- For MAC:
- PowerPC G4 or G5 or multicore Intel processor (Adobe Premiere Pro, Encore, 
and Soundbooth require a multicore Intel processor; Adobe OnLocation CS3 is a 
Windows application and may be used with Boot Camp)
- Mac OS X v.10.4.9; Java Runtime Environment 1.5 required for Adobe Version 
Cue CS3 Server
- 1GB of RAM for DV; 2GB of RAM for HDV and HD; more RAM recommended when 
running multiple components
- 36GB of available hard-disk space (additional free space required during 
installation)
- Dedicated 7,200 RPM hard drive for DV and HDV editing; striped disk array 
storage (RAID 0) for HD; SCSI disk subsystem preferred
- Core Audio compatible sound card
- 1,280x1,024 monitor resolution with 32-bit color adapter
- DVD-ROM drive- DVD+-R burner required for DVD creation

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon surveyed Myanmar's cyclone-stricken 
Irrawaddy River Delta on Thursday and urged the country's military leadership 
to allow foreign aid into the devastated area. "I'm very upset by what I've 
seen," Ban said afterward.

China has announced it will investigate charges that shoddy construction led to 
the collapse of schools last week. Meanwhile, at refugee centers, makeshift 
tent classrooms give kids a small bit of comfort.

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