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COSAS

(ˈkəʊˌzæs)
n acronym for
(Education) Congress of South African Students
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AfterImage is based upon the CoSA division's award-winning broadcast/film software package, After Effects 1.
Hitchcock will be available from CoSA division dealers in the U.
We did have a slow start,'' Carrillo said about the game against Cerro Cosa.
Macintosh-only users who can't yet take advantage of the dramatic speed of the Power Macintosh version, and who just want the bug-fix, can download a patching application for free from the CoSA division areas on America Online and AppleLink.
Aldus, the Aldus logo, PageMaker, Aldus FreeHand, Persuasion, Fetch and Gallery Effects are registered trademarks, and After Effects, CoSA, Color Central, OPEN, and TrapWise are trademarks of Aldus Corporation.
NOTE: Aldus, the Aldus logo, PageMaker, Aldus FreeHand, Persuasion, Fetch, and Gallery Effects are registered trademarks and After Effects, CoSA, Color Central, and TrapWise are trademarks of Aldus Corporation.
In July 1993, the company acquired CoSA (the Company of Science & Art) and its award-winning special effects and motion graphics program, CoSA After Effects.
Among Aldus' four "Eddy" awards -- the most won by any company this year -- were honors for the only double winner in 1993: CoSA After Effects 1.
SuperMac ThunderStorm -- a NuBus card that accelerates multimedia filters for Adobe Premiere and Photoshop and CoSA After Effects
The report profiles 37 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as Brinkmann Instruments, COSA Instrument Corporation, GR Scientific, Metrohm, Mettler-Toledo International, Photovolt Instruments Inc, Sanda Corp.
Excluding the charge for CoSA, third quarter net earnings were $5.
SEATTLE, July 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Aldus Corporation (NASDAQ: ALDC) today announced that it has acquired CoSA (The Company of Science & Art), a privately held developer of digital-video software tools for creating and manipulating moving images and graphics (multimedia) on a microcomputer.