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  • milo
    Nov 29, 11:05 AM
    "I don't see why we wouldn't do that... but maybe not in the same way"

    Well, I can't see why Universal wouldn't do that...getting paid money for doing nothing? Sure, I'll have some too.

    But I can definitely see why Apple wouldn't do that. Universal could threaten to yank all their content from iTunes if Apple refuses but at this point that might hurt Universal more than Apple.




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  • RebootD
    Apr 7, 12:49 PM
    This. Netflix HD is nice and even making my own legal copies are decent but they still don't compare to BRD + uncompressed/ DTSMA audio.

    And I'm going to point out again: 1080p BluRay movies are about 30GB each for a full length movie, not counting the "extras." Even if Netflix et al allowed such quality downloads, most ISPs have a maximum monthly bandwidth limit that is not prominently mentioned when you sign up, but exists none the less (for Comcast Cable, it's 250GB).

    If you have only DSL, that's not a big issue because at 3mbs or so, you might not be able to download 250GB in a month ;-) But at 20 to 50mbs with cable, or if Google's 1gbs fiber connections work out, that's only 10 movies a month.

    I'd love to see network delivery of everything - cancel Directv, etc., but with the extant bandwidth limitations, I don't think it happening.

    BluRay lives.

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  • MIDI_EVIL
    Sep 13, 07:04 AM
    Is there a possibility to assign single cores, or even pairs of cores to certain jobs?

    For example, have two cores rendering, two cores encoding, two cores processing regular actions, and two cores making breakfast?

    Does my PowerBook G4 have 8 Cores? What is an 8-Core?

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  • the vj
    Apr 25, 04:24 PM
    What is going to happen is that every company that collect/ sells your private information is violating the law.

    It is not the iPhone but yes... the spam mail and spam email. They are getting my private information and giving it to anyone.

    What Apple is doing is just what everybody does.




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  • Employed Lloyd
    Apr 5, 05:19 PM
    I'm not trolling, this is an honest question. But isn't a Final Cut pretty much worthless for commercial use without a way to put the results on Blu-Ray?

    There are plenty of ways to put FCP outputs on blu-ray.

    If it's commercially worthless, that's news to the hundreds of thousands of us who make our living using it every single day.




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  • dgree03
    Apr 6, 03:58 PM
    1. Have you seen how those apps "scale" on XOOM? That doesn't make them optimized for tablets, just fit more screen space and even that doesn't work that well.

    2. Bull.

    YOU apparently havent seen how apps scale first hand. Like i said ill take that over x1, x2 ANY day.


    Scale?? Access to each other??

    I'm beginning to wonder if you have ever used EITHER iOS or Android.

    HAHA, Yes I own a XOOM and a Ipad 2(previously Ipad 1).

    YOU apparently havent used either at any length.

    My point still stands, I can use less apps to accomplish the same goals on a XOOM than i can on a Ipad.

    If you have any other first hand usage that proves me wrong.. go for it.




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  • powers74
    Apr 11, 06:22 PM
    Doesn't this make sense? I think I'm close, I'm sure I forgot something / not perfectly accurate, but this seems like what Apple is shooting for. Makes sense to me...


    Jan: iPhone (like original)

    Mar: iPad

    May: iMac/MacPro

    June/Jul: Software

    Sept: iPods

    Nov: Laptops




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  • Jazwire
    Apr 6, 01:03 PM
    Awesome, can't wait.
    Picking up the 11" soon as they are out.




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  • savar
    Sep 13, 02:35 PM
    NOT TRUE....The Quad core G5 people are in an uproar because Logic Pro only uses 2 cores on the G5....they updated Logic Pro so it uses 4 cores, but the G5 Quad still only uses 2 cores....there are also photoshop actions that are NOT multi core aware so will only run on one core.....Hopefully 10.5 will make all this irrelevant.

    You totally missed my point. Even if an application uses only one thread at all times, that application is still a separate process from all of the other processes you have running. At any given time you'll have at least 30 something processes, even when no user-land applications are running. OS X will spread out those processes to try to utilize all the cores as much as possible.

    In reality, there are probably not too many non-Apple applications which routinely use 8 threads or more. In the near future I expect all applications to use at least 2-3 threads, even the most simple ones.




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  • robotx21
    Sep 19, 12:51 PM
    I'm kinda glad they didn't release the macbook pro's today. All that means, if they are released next week, it will be more than just a minor update :-D Here's to hoping!




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  • nefan65
    Apr 25, 02:08 PM
    They're suing...doesn't mean it'll go to court. They may find there's not enough grounds for suit, and deny...




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  • DrJohnnyN
    Apr 8, 08:12 AM
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  • Dont Hurt Me
    Aug 6, 08:56 AM
    1 day away from the all new CUBE!:) If it happens iam buying. missed the first cube. Powermac & mini are nice but we need something inbetween not a all in one. Its time for computers with easily removable drives, upgradeable GPU's and not the size of luggage. My prediction:D The Cube squared.:)




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  • rezenclowd3
    Aug 5, 01:06 PM
    I think I will only enjoy the game should I buy a very expensive racing wheel. I already have the seat setup.... a racing game using the standard controller is just odd.

    Pre-ordered the US Collectors edition, but now I would like to change that for the UK edition... I am ready to drop my pre-order should the multiplayer review prove lacking, and hopefully they give darn good penalties for hack driving online (DQ, through pit lane etc) Rubbing IS NOT racing! That's for drivers who do not have control of their car.




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  • Spagolli94
    Nov 28, 10:51 PM
    I was just reading some of the Zune comments on Amazon. Wow. Sounds like a really GREEEEAAAAT product.




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  • MatthewThomas
    Apr 10, 11:45 AM
    I'll be at the event and plan to give my take on it. I've been using FCP since day one and can attest that little actual functionality has changed over the years. There have been additional features added, but nearly no change to the way that you do your work. And in a post-tape world, this is not good.

    Here is a long thread featuring my ideas and predictions over what the FCP platform may become, and how it might affect Apple's other distribution models:

    http://www.cinema5d.com/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=25464


    I posted this a few days ago when this rumor first broke, but I think it might be fun to post again. It is a long thread, and some of the most interesting predictions are found buried in the dozen+ pages of posts. I should add that Cinema5D is a forum for digital filmmakers and commercial producers that need to operate on limited budgets, so the comments there reflect some of the best "up and coming" Final Cut Pro users.




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  • nick123222
    Mar 27, 03:59 AM
    I use Spotlight, but Launchpad is terribly inefficient compared to stacks. You have to click on its icon to invoke it, hunt through potentially a bunch of different screens, click on a folder if you've organized your apps, and then click on your app. With stacks, I move my cursor down to the dock, click on the appropriate stack, and then click on my app. 2 clicks vs a button press, a bunch of swipes, hunting, and 2 more clicks.

    Yes but, with stacks, I often have to do a lot of scrolling to find the app in my applications folder because I haven't spent the time to organise it all into folders. With launchpad, I would have every app in a folder (probably) so I would probably have only 1-3 pages. For me the number of clicks will be the same for the apps that I store in folders already, just with less scrolling:
    Stacks: click the stack, scroll to the folder, click the folder, click the app.
    Launchpad: click launchpad, swipe to the correct page (if necessary), click the folder, click the app.
    I think it will be easier to find apps in launchpad because of the easy use of folders and the fact that it is fullscreen.




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  • orthorim
    Apr 9, 01:24 AM
    The trouble is .. I find the TDP numbers for Sandy Bridge very misleading. For example the previous i7 2.66Ghz dual core had a TDP of 35W and the current i7 2.2Ghz quad core has a TDP of 45W. Theoretically, it should only use 10W more when doing CPU intensive task, but according to anandtech who measured the task, the i7 Sandy Bridge Quad core was using almost 40W more when running cinebench.

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/4205/the-macbook-pro-review-13-and-15-inch-2011-brings-sandy-bridge/14

    It just doesn't make any sense. Going by those figures, if the i7 dual core was 35W, the i7 Sandy Bridge quad core would be around 70W.

    Not sure how this relates to potential MacBook Air Sandy Bridge processors, but keep in mind.. there must be a reason why Samsung went for the ULV processor in their 13" laptop instead of the LV one.

    TDP != Max power draw

    The quad uses less than double the power of the older dual core when fully loaded - that makes perfect sense. It's getting more than double done when fully loaded too, so it's 4 cores -and- improvements in power usage and efficiency. That's exactly what I'd expect from the next generation product.

    Under normal use he 2011 mbp gets better battery life too. Hmm.... Maybe I'll get one after all, looks very compelling. Even if Illl have to hack the opti bay.




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  • kdarling
    Apr 20, 12:34 PM
    The Galaxy S phone with the closest and most striking resemblance to the iPhone is easily the international i9000 version.

    Cool. Okay here's a video comparison side by side (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTUlNWnyhuo&feature=player_embedded#at=23) with a 3GS outside in the sun.

    From the side, the Galaxy i9000 cannot be mistaken for a 3GS, I'd think. And boy is the Samsung's screen larger:




    DocNo
    Apr 11, 10:00 AM
    I'm sure they will still be shipping since they support the current Final Cut Studio 3 reeaallllyyy well. Lets face it the thing thats coming out will not support the old Plug-ins or workflows and will not be the replacement for FCP that everyone was expecting.

    I find this line of "reasoning" fascinating.

    If Apple was really intent of "throwing the baby out with the bathwater" and totally re-defining the way FCP works then why, pray tell, are they bothering to (presumably) announce the new FCP to industry and film editing heavyweights?

    That seems rather daft - if Apple is no longer catering to them, why announce to them?

    How can Apple simultaneously be a marketing genius (it is the only reason people buy iPods, iPhones and iPads after all!) and stupid enough to target people they are getting ready to diss?

    I'll have the popcorn ready for tomorrow as well as my running shoes so I can sidestep all the backpedaling that will be happening :rolleyes:




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    How does Rosetta hold back forward progress exactly? It's just small extension for the OS. It's not like it's Classic.

    It's crap that is no longer needed.

    Stuff that can be cut out but isn't, holds back progress. Progress = cutting and more cutting and then perfecting what's left over.

    Rosetta isn't necessary to run today's apps (or even apps released over the past 2-3 years.) So it needs to go.




    amin
    Aug 18, 07:39 PM
    ... If apple releases a 2.66GHz Conroe iMac/Mac/whathaveyou it will be able to crunch through FCP/Photoshop/etc faster than a Mac Pro because it can use regular DDR2 and won't suffer from horrendous memory latency.

    Where is your evidence to back up this statement? You have presented limited evidence about FCP, and none regarding "PS/etc." So far there is no "Mac/whathaveyou." Do you think a Conroe iMac will beat a Mac Pro due to lower memory latency alone? Do you have real experience or data regarding how horrendous a problem this is? Extra dual-core processor aside, the Mac Pro has a higher speed FSB, higher memory bus bandwidth, higher RAM capacity, and ability to set up internal RAID amongst other advantages over a Conroe iMac.




    4God
    Jul 14, 03:56 PM
    This means that the 2.7 GHz G5 of a year ago or more would still be a high for CPU speeds for the PowerMac/MacPro line. We already have dual dual 2.5 GHz G5 a year ago. An increase to 2.66 GHz means that either 2008 or 2009 we will see the promised 3 GHz PowerMac/MacPro.

    Any bets on which year it will be?

    Bill the TaxMan

    I think we'll see more cores per cpu before we see 3GHz. IMHO, 4,8 or more cores at 2.66 is far better than 1 or 2 cores at 3GHz.




    onigami
    Apr 10, 08:51 PM
    They did it in 2007... I was there.
    Back when Myspace was cool. (http://www.myspace.com/studiomusic1/blog/253736149)

    Myspace was never cool.

    Okay, okay, so they have done NAB (they've never done AES, though, that I'm certain). But still: They pulled out of everything in the last couple years. Why come back to NAB? Why not just do a small-scale announcement outside of NAB's timeframe so as to maximize press?

    Also, nobody answered my initial question. Why the idle timer? There's no point!



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