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Jesus! Just read those comments.    Where's your compassion? There are thousands of hard working shop owners, people who work at hospitals saving lives, etc... These people are willing to work their asses off and they are in trouble. No more products coming in from abroad, no more customers, no way to withdraw cash to live.   Money for Greece didn't go to these people, it was meant for banks. These corrupt money printing piece of shit institutes we all had to save and...
"Gogole not only has zero respect for its users' privacy, it also has zero respect for government regulators" Gogole: Chinese knock-off Google? Pasta dish?
The desktop version of Pixelmator is overhyped and needs a complete overhaul UX-wise. Never tried the mobile version, but it looks good. For a more professional desktop solution and a worthy Photoshop replacement, download Affinity Photo Beta, which is very very promising.
I want a 38mm iPad Pro an a 12 inch watch.
So now it's released, can anyone explain me what the watch offers except being an extension/second screen for the iPhone?
"Geared towards video pros"? Don't think so. They geared it towards video enthusiasts. No pro gives a rats ass about 3D text. It's corny. Most of the changes is about playing catch up with user requests but many, many stuff hasn't been addressed yet. It's a shame because I heavily invested in FCPX (time spent), and Resolve 12 (also released yesterday) now provides a much more complete and professional package. But... it's a steep learning curve.
Hi,   my battery is draining super fast. App-wise, Photos appears to be using 58% of my battery life. Is there a way I can disable this process and only make it active when Photos is open? I can't seem to find a way in settings.
It's much less even. If you compress a high quality h264 video for streaming in 1080p your video ends up around 7gb or so (depending on the contents of the video itself).Bluray movies net around 20gb, but they are compressed less extremely (and less efficiently by current standards).
No it does not require 300gb of storage. Where did you get that from? 1080p H264 videos on Netflix for example are more close to 4 gb of storage. In theory 4K video would net around 4 times as much but this isn't the case since the codec is more efficient when the resolution scales.Now h265 does reduce the required bandwidth around 40% or so, so I can imagine content providers will both serve h264 and h265 versions to cover all possible devices out there.I'm also not sure...
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