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  • I have no problems getting anything with limewire.
    in limewire Comment by super December 2001
  • [quote]Originally posted by starfleetX: And I repeat: If you don't know how Carbon and Cocoa work, please don't say anything against them. Why don't you stop acting like an ass and explain it to h…
    in VPC 5 Comment by super December 2001
  • I think what most people are saying is that it has it's flaws. One being you need to render before going out to tape (this isn't really an issue imo) and the second being that you won't get real-time previews on your broadcast monitor only on the de…
  • FCP does support 24fps editing. My question would be - "Are you doing offline editing of telecined film ? If you want to edit 24fps you should look at the
  • I've been going over the Apple info on FCP3 and it looks like the real-time effects are preview only on the desktop. Now that's great but it will no doubt require a render before going to tape. I hope im wrong about this because it's a truly remarka…
  • It's an incredible peice of kit. Can't wait to get hold of the upgrade. I can only imagine how well it will run on anyt dual proc machine over 1ghz . The colour correction and offline is great - the real time effects make it the best solution for ed…
  • Hey Arbernaut. You guys at pixelsurgeon rock. I check you out for news a couple of times a day. Im also eagerly awaiting a carbon version of GoLive and dreamweaver for that fact. The sooner we can have all the heavy weight apps the better. Lets …
  • Give them time. The drivers will be here before very long.
  • The offline and realtime functions actually work really well together. Say im capturing HD to my mac via my cinewave card. If i capture to the apple offline codec (im assuming it retains time code) then i can edit in real-time and simply re-capture …
  • Whoa. Dual stream real-time effects powered by the processor on DV. WOW. That's nice. The offline option is also a great idea. This is going to be awesome if we get faster dual G4's or G5's in Jan. This looks like being an amazing peice of software.
  • [quote] i wonder what this means for the matrox rendering card. Q. will it warrant a $1000 price tag? I guess only if you are doing lots of After Effects. The Matrox card doesn't speed up effects in After Effects only FCP. [quote]I heard th…
  • Have someone in Australia order one for you and ship it over at your expense. There are plenty of Powermacs around over here. We're ordering 3 at the moment and they'll be on overnight delivery.
  • One of our design machines went down recently and the local Apple store only had a new 800mhz imac available for rent. Well we decided to put it through it's paces. We were working on a big poster - 1.5m x 2.5m @ 175dpi giving us a file size of abou…
  • The Apple LCD's are outstanding.
  • I've been doing all my web design on my PISMO. It lets me be creative wherever i am . The screen size is ok. If you're doing comps in Photoshop or Illustrator TAB becomes your best friend, hiding all those palletes. I think an iMac would be fine. Th…
  • I find it hard to believe that you can't design web sites on an LCD screen. While colour accuracy is important in web design it's hardly critical. Consider the myriad of end users viewing your site on everything from a TV to a 15inch display at 640x…
  • [quote] Do you read the threads, or just the title? This isn't a poll, it's a question about which consumer model he should buy. And i answered that. The VX2000 is consumer. It's "more" dollars but worth every penny.(IMO it's not pro-sumer be…
  • [quote] The XL1 and XL1s have absolutey nothing to do with the question originally asked. Only professionals own this camera (I own a small production company doing mostly corporate work and we have 2 of these cameras), and professionals wouldn't co…
  • I own a Canon XL1. Great camera and now even better with the XL1s. I would recommend the VX2000. It's an awesome camera. My next camera will be a PD-150A the VX-2000's big brother.
  • [quote] ... there is still hope for you. No there's not.