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Confirmed: Shake coming to the Mac

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Of course I'm just stating the blatently obvious. But now they've added written proof to their site:<a href="http://www.nothingreal.com/support/shake_faq.shtml" target="_blank">http://www.nothingreal.com/support/shake_faq.shtml</a>

....as well as the fact that they didn't start on the port till the day Apple bought them
post #2 of 5
[quote]Originally posted by Nebrie:
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....as well as the fact that they didn't start on the port till the day Apple bought them </strong><hr></blockquote>

Actually, they showed an early version of it running on a Mac at MWNY last July.
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Interesting, they removed all mentions of Tremor from their site. It's as though it didn't even exist.
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Im guessing that the hardware component of Tremor will be re-packaged and included in a high-end digital video worksstation from Apple. I believe the tremor card could handle uncompressed capture among other nice features.
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Now we have a 'once' good application ONLY run on underpowered hardware
Mac Pro 2.66, 5GB RAM, 250+120 HD, 23" Cinema Display
MacBook 1.83GHz, 2GB RAM
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