Jump in to the clarity of high-def video with the ease of use you expect from Adobe Premiere Elements. Version 3.0 for Windows features a simplified interface and drag-and-drop functionality designed to help you get more creative by easily adding fun transitions, artistic effects and other enhancements to your video clips. Files can be imported from DV and DVD camcorders, high-def video devices, cameras and more. You can also output to a variety of formats, including Adobe Flash. List Price: $99. Contact: Adobe, (800) 833-6687, www.adobe.com.
Take important files with you wherever you go with the latest version of the MaxFile Attaché. It holds 12 GB and comes with Migo backup and synchronization software downloads. The micro hard drive backs up and stores files at speeds of up to 11 MBps. At just 2.4 x 1.2 x 0.4 inches, the device is smaller than the previous model and ideal for travel. The durable Attaché comes in an aluminum outer casing with an integrated USB connector. List Price: $169. Contact: PNY Technologies, (973) 515-9700, www.pny.com.
View all of your photos on screen instantly with ACDSee 9 Photo Manager, the latest version of the image-editing software. Along with Quick View mode, other new tools include Shadow/Highlight for adjusting exposure, one-click red-eye reduction and automated categories that organize photos based on camera and file information. A Calendar Events View organizes your images based on when they were taken. List Price: $49 (box); $39 (download). Contact: ACD Systems, (866) 244-2237, www.acdsee.com.
Don't lose track of another file. Datacatch Librarian finds and catalogs files stored on removable media, including memory cards, hard drives, USB keys and discs. The application automatically collects data from those files with no special setup required. Datacatch is compatible with all Windows file formats and is seamlessly integrated into Microsoft Windows Explorer. A free 30-day trial is available. List Price: $39. Contact: Datacatch, (650) 798-5217, www.datacatch.com.