Camtasia Bundle

Specials.9to5Toys.com this month has a “Name Yor own Price Bundle” which is a bit of a misnomer since you’ll need to pay above the average which is currently below $10.  You’ll get Camtasia which allows you to “Easily Create Stunning Screen Captures & Video Recordings” and well as CrossOver which allows you to run Windows programs on your Mac for the sub $10 price. Then there are 8 more great Mac Apps.  At below $10, you can’t miss.

Then there is the 11 app AfterShot Pro bundle from MacLegion, below:

Suggested Retail    $418.75. MacLegions Price    $49.99 (nearly 90% off save over $368) *Bundle Ends Friday, September 20th*

MacUpdate: Metakine 10 apps $40

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10 apps from one developer

Antoine Missout has been developing Mac apps for 11 years under the Metakine name. Based out of Montreal, Canada, Antoine is passionate about developing great titles. “I love creating new apps. There’s something very satisfying in developing an app from an idea to a product that people use everyday,” Missout says. Metakine’s apps have been some of the most popular titles on MacUpdate for many years.
DVDRemaster is an application which recompresses large DVDs so they can be burned on a standard DVD or converts them so they can be watched on your video iPod, iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and many others.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Mac DVDRipper Pro is the DVD backup solution that lets you protect your DVDs from scratches, save your batteries by reading your movies from your hard disk, manage your collection with just a few clicks, time-shift your rental, backup your DVD collection, and much more!

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Aurora is an alarm clock for your Mac that lets you wake up to your favorite iTunes playlist or any TV or radio channel from EyeTV. Other features include a Snooze Timer, a Fall Asleep Timer, Apple Remote support and the ability to wake your Mac from sleep or from a powered-off state.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Hands Off! is an application to monitor and control the access of applications to your network and disks. Being able to monitor the normally unnoticeable activities enables you to make informed decisions regarding the transfer of your private information.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Processes is a power-tool to help you monitor and take control of the processes running on your Mac. It provides both a wide overview of the activity on your system, while also allowing you to drill-down to the inner workings of each individual process.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Magic Launch is a preference pane that lets you customize the experience of opening files on your Mac. Open your files using the original application that created them or create custom rules to decide which application should open a file.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Decompose is an application allowing an easy and flawless extraction of elements from pictures in order to use them to make composite images. It is the perfect tool for making images for web pages, newspapers and magazines or simply for your own creations.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Using Back In Focus, you can quickly increase the sharpness of your photos by using the widely unsharp masking technique, which is a flexible and powerful way to increase sharpness. For more advanced refocusing, use one of the deconvolution algorithm to recover lost details.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Photo Batch will help you process all your images at once. No more repetitive work, simply drag the images or the folders you wish to process into Photo Batch, then apply the desired effects, crop, rotate, resize and rename them all, and finally export them.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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Video Rotate allows you to turn videos! Do you sometime use your photo camera or your iPhone to take videos ? Did you ever take a video verticaly by mistake ? Video Rotate allows you to turn it back in the correct direction, for easier viewing and editing.

Learn more at MacUpdate or at developer’s site
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