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  • illegalprelude
    Apr 24, 05:57 PM
    I believe both the current versions of Avid Media Composer and Adobe Premiere Pro can edit 3D.


    Ohh, Good call about Adobe Premiere Pro. It certainly can and seems the most price friendly option.

    The current FCS can edit 3D with the Dashwood stereo 3d toolkit plugin!

    Sweet mother, $1,500 plugin! :eek:

    What are people's thoughts on Sony Vegas Pro? I could run either parallels or bootcamp and my iMac more then fits the bill for these programs (27" iMac 2.93 i7, 12GB of Ram, 1GB ATI Radeon HD 5750)

    Seems like a much cheaper avenue? Though I can probably find a good deal on Adobe Premiere Pro

    For both the pro's and consumers who are thinking about 3D, here is a great video from Adobe:

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  • p0intblank
    Sep 25, 11:43 AM
    Why are there so many Negative votes? An update to Aperture is a very good thing for photographers. If all these voters are people who were hoping for a MacBook Pro update, that doesn't quality you voting an Aperture update thread as negative. Big deal... the notebooks didn't get updated. Move along.

    I really wish Apple offered a trial of Aperture on their Web site. I would love to try it out sometime.

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  • ThunderSkunk
    Apr 5, 08:03 PM
    There it is!

    And you guys thought I was nuts for suggesting it.

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  • UTclassof89
    Apr 5, 10:26 AM
    Wait....let me guess, their final conclusion is , that they still don't recommend it because of XYZ issues affecting a whopping 1% of the customers. Do I win the prize? :D

    yeah; you win a prize. But the forum rules prohibit me from telling you what it is.

    As others have said, a "recommended" from CR is a special level. The fact that iPhone 4 had a flaw (whether that flaw affected a few people, or lots of people), means it didn't attain that highest level, so instead it received a very good review.

    It's like CNET's "editor's choice"--if a product doesn't get that, it doesn't mean the product is bad.

    "can't recommend" does not equal "recommend against"


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  • mcapanelli
    Feb 24, 07:39 PM
    Oooh... looks like we have the faux small-government types coming in! If you're worried about wasting of money, keep in mind that your government spends way more money on propaganda launched at you and empire-building than it does on the federal trade commission.

    There's nothing "Faux" about me bub. I don't want to spend money on wars, empire building, bailing out banks, paying for ever expanding social programs, propaganda campaigns, the FTC, The FCC, The ATF, the whatever commission we'll implement this week to take care of a make believe problem, OR trying to regulate my app purchases because one of my kids might rack up a bill. I'll take care of my kids, money, and app purchases without government intervention ,thank you. How's that for Faux?

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  • RichyHo
    Sep 27, 09:15 AM
    Probably out next Tuesday!
    Me too.... probably be back around 6 for The Simpsons though. ;)


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  • eNcrypTioN
    Feb 23, 10:46 PM
    Lol at the iParent commebt and I think this ia the first topic that everyone has agreed on.

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  • gkarris
    Mar 31, 01:32 PM
    PilotWings is my biggest let down. There's nothing that 'bad' about it - it's just that it doesn't have the magic of past pilotwings.

    This seems to be the demo title - is that because it's mearly a 3D version of Pilot Wings 64?

    Seems to be the same as the N64 version when I was doing Free Flight on the Island.

    Want to see what Starfox is like, though I heard it's also the same as the N64...


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  • minnesotamacman
    Sep 25, 10:53 AM
    When you see a picture of a lens, on an invitation, where would anyone
    even begin to draw a conclusion that the updates for the MBP would be
    forthcoming at this event. People want things so bad they set up their own
    personal mirage at anything Apple says or does.

    They will update. Apple knows what they are doing. And I suspect that they
    won't be to upset when one or two people on here decide to go to a PC because
    of a chip. I don't care if my computer was 1/2 the speed of a PC, I wouldn't
    use Windows over OS X anytime.

    Good luck to all you wishers and dreamers. One day you will get what you want.

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  • iSavant
    Apr 14, 09:28 PM
    I had to rate this front page story as "negative"

    just on-a-count-a I'm not used to seeing human faces when I visit the mr site

    Make it go down the page, Please!


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  • KnightWRX
    Apr 15, 07:24 AM
    I think you'd be hard pressed to find people who would refuse to work at the most successful software company in the world, except the most zealot-minded Apple fanboys, such as we have here.

    I'm pretty far from a zealot-minded Apple fanboy (just ask anyone here, I'm usually classified the "troll" in Apple related stories because I lack the magic vision it seems), but I would still refuse to work at Microsoft. They have tried their damndest to make themselves the only industry player, squashing evolutions/revolutions in the industry year after year by making their stuff not interoperable and not documented to allow interoperability with other vendors.

    They have literally held the industry back all through the 90s and early 00s, something we're just now breaking free of. Just for that, I would never lend them my expertise no matter the offer. It is an ethical and moral choice, not one based on some crazy love for one brand of products.

    That being said, that doesn't mean that the people who work there are incompetent and I'm sure this guy knows how to run a data center.

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  • Consultant
    Feb 25, 12:25 PM
    Pardon my ignorance. I've never used a server before, but now that it is being opened up for free in Lion, is this something that I could benefit from? What can it be used for from average home consumers?

    Push. iPad file share. VPN.

    It's "included." May or may not be free.


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  • larriveejp
    Sep 25, 09:52 AM
    Some sort of live-ish coverage here:

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  • GekkePrutser
    Oct 26, 12:55 PM
    I'm sure this is the first of many companies to ignore the massive PowerPC userbase out there. I wish there was something like a reverse-rosetta.

    So much for the age-old tradition of Macs having a much longer useful service life than a Windows PC, now a 2-month old PowerMac is already becoming obsolete.


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  • 0815
    Apr 26, 06:40 AM
    All true... but what happens when you replace the hard drive? Willing to buy one from Apple with the OS preinstalled?

    Thats what the USB stick is for - you boot from it like you used to do from DVD and install - that simple.

    USB sticks are too expensive and take too much time to duplicate "en masse". DVDs are very cheaper and take few seconds to duplicate if even that since they are being pressed (not burned in the case of mass duplication). USB sticks are also more expensive.

    It doesn't make sense to go to a USB only distribution model, at least from a cost basis. As for Mac App Store... meh... why not do downloads outside of the Mac App Store, I don't want to use that POS. I've been installing OSes from HTTP and FTP since the mid-90s, no need for a "Mac App Store" to do it. What happens if I don't have a 10.6 or 10.7 installation going and just want to wipe the computer ? Linux has been doing network installs from nothing. Upon purchase, just provide a USB thumb-drive image I can put on any 1 GB thumb-drive to boot into the installer where I put in my purchase code or something. No need for the "Mac App Store".

    Funny how history repeats itself (or better the comments on current events) ... those are the same arguments that I heard when computer manufactures started to get rid of the Floppy drive: but CDs are so much more expensive, I can't get everything on CD, people don't know how to handle them, ....
    Also: don't compare the price of big read/writeable USB sticks in the store - with a fixed (read-only) image they can be mass produced fairly cheap - yes DVD might be a tiny bit cheaper for now - but there are other cost savings with the tiny USB sticks compared to the big DVD boxes (packaging, shipping, storage, .... and you save the money to put the DVD drive in the machine)
    Lets face it: the DVD is at the end of its life cycle, it was great for its time but now is the time to say good bye.

    At this point in time most non-enthusiasts are barely comfortable reinstalling an OS. They'd be totally lost if OS X wasn't on a disc. I'm sure Apple doesn't want to have to deal with all the extra support calls and will provide Lion on DVD for any Mac that has a SuperDrive. DVDs are on their way out but still have a lot of mainstream life in them.

    even non-enthusiasts manage to put a USB stick in the right slot. You know, even my father (who does not know anything about computers and sometimes scares me with his very naive computer questions) knows how to put his USB stick in the computer to copy some pictures to it. If he can handle to put a DVD in the drive to boot and reinstall, he can handle to put a USB stick in the right slot to boot and reinstall.

    We are still in a transition period. There is zero reason to think 10.7 won't come on DVD. Not everyone -- actually most -- people in the U.S. do not have high speed broadband (4 Mbps or faster) service either because of cost or availability [stats here for the non-believers:,3343,en_2649_34225_38690102_1_1_1_1,00.html] . It would be suicidal for Apple to ship a multi-GB OS only via download. Especially Apple home users, who bought into Apple because of it's ease of use, are not going to sit for hours as their new shiny OS downloads, then sit for another 15-30 min as it installs.

    Why? You don't need high speed internet to put a USB stick in your computer, no need to wait for hours, just plug it in and be happy.

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  • satelshawn
    Mar 8, 08:59 AM
    Kingdonk, thanks a million for the screenshots. Any idea what version of Samba they have included? That has been a big headache for me with Snow Leopard ever since win7 came out. Cannot bind win7 to the domain because apple are running an old version of samba.

    If you could figure out the samba version that would be awesome, if it is still and old version then I am going to have to either move to Linux or buy a Windows server license for our win7 machines.


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  • justflie
    Oct 26, 09:22 PM
    Awesome, I love it! I want to sign up for .Mac so bad, but I can't justify it being worth $99 per year. I would gladly pay $49 per year, especially since I would use iWeb, Photocasting, and all the other good stuff.
    just buy it off ebay. I bought mine for maybe $60 including shipping but I was impatient; if you hunt around long enough, you can get it for even less!

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  • iPhelim
    Oct 26, 08:54 AM
    just about to set off to the store now (coming from guildford), should be there about 4.20, ill post some photos and crowd updates to the forum. see you guys there

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  • Sydde
    May 2, 07:11 PM
    Neither party is very effective at this point.... :(

    Somewhere a few pages back there is a thread accusing the Republicans of being domestic terrorists. Reality is, both parties gleefully sodomize the 99% ("middle class" and below), the Ds are just a little more sly and subtle about it. And history would suggest that Rs are no strangers to sodomy, just to vaseline.

    Apr 13, 10:53 PM
    I was planning to have guns blazing indiscriminately but I guess I can silently hover if that's the game plan :mad:

    Apr 30, 05:09 PM
    *sigh* Okay I give up.

    Mar 11, 01:13 PM
    I will be buying an American made car at some point in the near future.

    Will you consider cars made in the US, but have parent companies, and thus profits, that are overseas? Will you exclude American brands that manufacture outside of the US?

    I too will be swapping out my US made foreign car for an "American" car, but anymore, I'm not sure what that means.

    Sep 20, 02:59 PM
    Originally posted by bond2
    As the saying goes at Apple: "If you can't beat'em, dual'em"

    I say whatever it takes to keep up. Doesn't bother me that there are two CPU's under the hood. Anyways I am sure that OS X is way more optimized for dual Processors than Windows 2000 or XP. Having OS X far outways the slight difference in hardware performance. OS X is specifically designed for Macs, and optimized to take full advantage of the hardware. No one that has a Dell, Compaq, Gateway...etc... can say the same thing about Windows. The only way that would happen is if Microsoft came out with a special Intel version of Windows or AMD version. Never gonna happen. I know most of you already know this but I just thought I'd throw it out there again.
    Windows XP is optimized for both Intel Pentiums and AMD Athlons. You can include optimizations for both and they will be used as needed. Windows XP-64 is also compiled for IA-64 workstations. Apple might have beat Microsoft with the first consumer 32 bit OS, but Microsoft beat Apple with the first consumer 64 bit OS. You're speaking facts and not justifying them; please, next time at least justify yourself.

    Apr 6, 02:07 AM
    There's no such thing as a 'normal person'. The 'normal people' he is reffering to are the computer illiterate. Being computer illiterate dosen't make you normal.

    Agnostic maybe but not illiterate. Would you call a person who knows no more about a pencil than to sharpen it and draw or write illiterate?

    Computer are tools to and shouldn't need to be anything more than that to the vast majority of people. Why should they need to worry anymore about the tool than they worry about the pencil.

    *yes I don't consider myself normal in this respect either. What with a collection of clutch pencils and a full set of Derwents very handy.

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