william blake songs of innocence

william blake songs of innocence. William Blake: Songs of
  • William Blake: Songs of



  • geerlingguy
    Aug 16, 11:24 PM
    When rendering in FCP, it's all about the CPU.

    Fast hard drives contribute to real-time effects, but do NOT contribute to rendering.

    Ram helps a little bit.

    However, depending on what kind of rendering you're doing, the hard drive can be a limiting factor.

    Say you're just rendering ten minutes worth of a blur effect on video�the CPU says 'gimme all you got' and goes to town on the frames, blurring each one quickly. But the hard drive may have a hard time keeping up with the CPU, because 10 minutes of footage needs to be read, then re-written to the drive. For HD-resolution video, that can be a couple gigs of data. And that data also has to pass through the RAM (which acts like a high-speed buffer).

    However, in the case of these benchmarks, one would think the testers would choose some more CPU-intense rendering, which would allow the hard drive to take it's time while the CPU is overloaded with work.

    But, to anyone configuring a graphics or video workstation: Everything�CPU, Hard Drives, RAM, and even the GPU for some tasks�should be as fast and ample as possible. "A chain is only as good as it's weakest link." If you pair up a Quad 3.0 GHz Xeon with a 5400 rpm USB 2.0 drive, you will be disappointed.





    william blake songs of innocence. -William Blake, Songs of
  • -William Blake, Songs of



  • lsvtecjohn3
    Mar 22, 02:09 PM
    Lack of Flash support is the achilles heel of iPad. I hope Jobs gets off his high horse and relents.

    He's not because of the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch they're pushing HTML5 forward

    http://www.macrumors.com/2010/10/27/54-of-h-264-web-video-now-available-in-html5/





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake#39;s radical
  • William Blake#39;s radical



  • Pro31
    Apr 6, 02:08 PM
    It is because Motorola likes to tote their hardware, where as Apple's software is what kills it.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake Songs Of
  • William Blake Songs Of



  • ThunderSkunk
    Apr 7, 10:44 PM
    Not a best buy / walmart fan. It's hard to say they bring a negative perception of cheapening the brands they carry without coming off like a pompous ass, but perception is subjective, and that's just how they come across to me.

    Stuff like this doesn't help.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake (British
  • William Blake (British



  • MacSA
    Sep 19, 03:53 AM
    PowerBook G5 by the holidays.


    Oh My God lol


    ........anyway, maybe the MacBook will stick with core duo, if they do, they could (and should) cut the price since those core duo chips are supposed to drop in price soon. And if they still insist on shipping a �750 laptop with a combodrive worth 50p i'll scream.





    william blake songs of innocence. Songs Of Innocence (Title Page
  • Songs Of Innocence (Title Page



  • John.B
    Apr 6, 10:31 AM
    Now just add that Thunderbolt port to the MBAs and I'll be first in line! :D





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake, Experience
  • William Blake, Experience



  • manu chao
    Aug 27, 05:31 AM
    You're screwing up, intel. We don't want 300 trillion transistors on a 1 nm die. We want longer battery life. Idiots.

    Don't blame Intel, blame Apple for not using the ULV versions of the Core Duo chips. There are other manufacturers which use them (otherwise it would not make much sense for Intel to offer them).

    However, the battery life of these machines is maybe in the order of six hours only, for once because the screen, HD etc. still need the same amount of power. Making the screen smaller, using Intel graphics, maybe even a 1.8" HD, you can reduce power consumption further, most often manufacturers also reduce battery size at the same time to make the laptops lightweight, preventing you to see battery life numbers of ten hours.

    Moreover, reports about machines using the ULV versions (and sometimes 1.8" HDs) do complain about the performance.





    william blake songs of innocence. songs of innocence and of
  • songs of innocence and of



  • shartypants
    Mar 25, 10:51 PM
    Look forward to seeing what additional features where added since the last developer release.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience. William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience – from the collection of the Library of Congress
  • William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience. William Blake, Songs of Innocence and of Experience – from the collection of the Library of Congress



  • Tailpike1153
    Apr 27, 08:58 AM
    I think it was not a bug, nut data waiting to be sent to Apple for profit generating purposes.

    But if Apple has been using this acquired data, why on earth is it allowing Google and others to eat away at its mobile & tablet marketshare? Why collect data if it isn't relevant to you business.





    william blake songs of innocence. The introduction to Songs of
  • The introduction to Songs of



  • Val-kyrie
    Jul 30, 01:22 PM
    So are we really going to get ALL of these new toys come WWDC? Leopard preview, Merom laptops, Core2/Woodcrest Mac Pros, Core2 Imacs (oh, and maybe a movie download add to iTunes) That sounds like an awful lot of stuff to cover in such a short period of time. What do people think about timelines for introduction here?

    Doubtful. This would leave nothing for September. (I hope this hasn't already been said, but I want to post before reading the other 200+ via modem). My prediction is the debut of Mac Pros, a preview of Leopard and perhaps an iMac update. The Merom chips will not be shipped until the end of Aug., so expect the unveiling of the MBPs in a (slightly) new form factor with 64 bit Core 2 Duo in Sep., along with the silent update of MBs, and an iMac update if they are not updated in Aug. I have not a clue about movie updates or updates to the iPod lines, though by Sep. would be reasonable.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake#39;s Songs of
  • William Blake#39;s Songs of



  • cecildk9999
    Nov 28, 07:30 PM
    I agree with pretty much everyone else here; this royalty notion won't fly with Apple being (for once) in the dominant market position. If Universal pulls their music/content, it'll all be downloaded illegally, since the Zune isn't about to replace the iPod as the must-have 'cool' item (even if Zune marketplace does offer the Universal catalog). Universal just wants Apple to throw them a bone.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake Auguries of Innocence
  • William Blake Auguries of Innocence



  • hunkaburningluv
    Mar 23, 06:09 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/532.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.5 Mobile/8B117 Safari/6531.22.7)

    Competition is good.

    Make a case for your argument.

    Well, you only need to look at what happened with the gameboy to see that competition is good.

    After seeing off the game gear and lynx, the gameboy stagnated for almost a decade. How long did it take before there was a colour version? Years, yet we've seen some great revisions since the PSP was announced.





    william blake songs of innocence. Blake wrote Songs of Innocence
  • Blake wrote Songs of Innocence



  • Dont Hurt Me
    Sep 19, 08:08 AM
    I can see this happening. The MacBook will now be available in five colors! ;)I wonder what flavor its GPU will be? GMA950 or something else? Apple will use more then just CPU cycles to show the difference? Same old 950 or something new?





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake - Songs of innocence - Oil painting reproduction
  • William Blake - Songs of innocence - Oil painting reproduction



  • bagelche
    Apr 5, 09:36 PM
    Heh. looks like foidulus had a similar idea. I missed that post. And MattInOz comes in with a reasonable rebuttal and more technical knowledge than I have.

    I don't think either foidulus or I were saying they were completely siloed--I'm sure they had some level of access to the A/V code. The question is is it in SL. Possibly.





    william blake songs of innocence. Blake - Songs of innocence and
  • Blake - Songs of innocence and



  • asleep
    Apr 7, 10:55 PM
    Big Brother much?





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake
  • William Blake



  • bobthedino
    Apr 27, 08:48 AM
    Why did it take so long for Apple to release a statement?

    How long would have been reasonable, do you think? A week is not too bad, especially considering we've just had the Easter holidays.

    Also it's surely better to spend time to get something right. Clearly Apple has had to investigate the iOS source code to find out what was actually going on, as it obviously wasn't behaving as expected. Finding the right engineers and actually doing the work isn't a matter of hours.





    william blake songs of innocence. painting by William Blake.
  • painting by William Blake.



  • zelet
    Aug 25, 02:46 PM
    dotMac support is horrible! There have been a ton of problems with their email service being labeled as a spam source lately. They aren't fixing the problem and there is no way of contacting support besides some worthless email form that only gets you canned responses in reply. They have no phone support either.

    So, for a $100 a year service you get a blacklisted email address and no support. Yay for Apple!





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake - Songs of
  • William Blake - Songs of



  • Multimedia
    Jul 21, 04:00 PM
    It must take a lot of cores to RIP DVDs and seed them...:confused:I'm not ripping DVDs. I'm ripping DVD IMAGES made with Toast from EyeTV2 Digital SD and HD recordings to archive off air broadcast recordings for my personal use only. Nothing to do with seeding anything to anyone. Need more cores to encode and rip simultaneously instead of sequentially. Much faster to do a bunch of one or two shows simultaneously than larger sets sequentially. More cores will also allow for faster compacting of the edited shows - IE removal of ads - in the first place.





    william blake songs of innocence. William Blake - Songs Of Innocence And Of Experience. Next to it, my hand, to give some idea of the size.
  • William Blake - Songs Of Innocence And Of Experience. Next to it, my hand, to give some idea of the size.



  • Macsavvytech
    Apr 6, 02:01 AM
    Ugh. Final Cut is fine the way it is for now... We need iWeb overhaul!! Make it more search engine friendly, none of the text as an image crap. grrr...

    No Real web designer uses iWeb...
    Tried it for 5 minutes until i realised how closed up it is, ie no code view.
    Not that i really need any graphic program anyway. TextWrangler and Notepad++ FTW!





    MacRumors
    Aug 25, 02:37 PM
    http://www.macrumors.com/images/macrumorsthreadlogo.gif (http://www.macrumors.com)

    Over the past month or so, there appears to have been an uptick in user dissatisfaction with Apple's handling of support incidents. While overall satisfaction is extremely hard to gauge due to the fact that typically only disgruntled users notify sites of issues and the uptick could also simply represent Apple's increased marketshare, it does come amongst reports of Apple firing its online forum moderator staff (http://www.macobserver.com/article/2006/07/28.10.shtml) and an Indian support center (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/06/20060604190322.shtml) that was shut down as quickly as it was opened. Similarly, many people felt that Apple was ill-prepared for yesterday's 1.8 million battery recall (http://www.macrumors.com/pages/2006/08/20060824134647.shtml), as Apple's support site was quickly overloaded with requests and there was a lot of confusion as to what batteries were affected.

    This all could, of course be coincidental. Of note, Apple has consistently been a market leader in surveys on customer support (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,2006497,00.asp).


    Digg This (http://digg.com/apple/Apple_Having_Support_Problems)





    Snowy_River
    Jul 27, 02:55 PM
    Pretty cool, but it needs a real name, MAC won't cut it. Maybe Mac Express?

    And it wouldn't have FW800 or a second optical slot. Probably a second HD slot instead. And I'd guess it would be more of a pizza box enclosure, but that's wild speculation. Your price is probably way too low, too.

    I'm not sure why you're saying this price is way too low. The specs, so far as I can see, are quite similar to the current bottom-end iMac, which has an integrated screen, and it's price is only $300 more. It seems to me that this price is actually about right.

    Also, I think that the name 'Mac' is a distinct possibility. Not saying I like it (or that I don't), or that it isn't simplistic, but I think that it's not unreasonable. FWIW, 'Mac Express' is nice, too, but I don't see Apple jumping on a name like that as quickly.





    zac4mac
    Aug 11, 02:14 PM
    I'm on my 3rd cell phone now. First was a panasonic brick and was CDMA. It totally sucked. Switched to GSM 2 years ago but initially Cingular sent the wrong phone - an LG flip. Reception was as bad as the CDMA but roaming was much better. After 3 weeks, I got the phone I ordered, a t637 and I love it. I have NO desire to go back to CDMA and I won't lose the tight BT link I have to my Macs with the t637, but it's getting old and due replacement.

    I'm watching and waiting...

    Z





    Multimedia
    Aug 20, 01:08 AM
    That's okay. No worries. I just get a little defensive when I spend $5000 on a new system, and then see you posting about how it'll be better with Clovertown. But that's my problem I guess. :rolleyes:

    Anyway, it's all cool.Thank you. I didn't mean to make you feel bad. This Clovertown thing is not new news. Some of us have known it would follow the first Mac Pro fairly soon thereafter since last Winter and have been discussing it ever since then. So I didn't think bringing it up here would upset new buyers. It's definitely going to cost a lot more if that helps.Yeah... me too! LOL!! :D

    As for Toast and Handbrake performance... well that's all well and cool, but I have little use for those apps on such extreme level. I can't think of an instance where I would run Toast more than once or twice a week. Maybe I should get netflix and build a library of illegal movies?? Nah... I will be using my Macpro for creative work instead. FCP, Motion, Shake, Lightwave, Maya etc... I realize that comparisions with Handbrake and Toast are being made just to show how the cores are utilized, but frankly, I don't give a damn about those apps. They show me nothing. Now if you get into comparing heavy duty Professional apps that take full advantage of all cores at native speeds, then I'm excited. For example, Newtek Lightwave has been announced as UB "very soon". Lightwave is a fully multicore application that should test the strength of the Macpro when it comes to rendering. I'd love to see those benchmarks compared to G5!

    Newtek Press Release (http://www.newtek.com/news/releases/08-01-06f.html)Thanks. I know what you mean. :)

    Just a brief clarification on how I use Toast. Has nothing to do with burning DVDs. I use it to encode DVD Images of Digital Broadcast Television Shows recorded with EyeTV2 from off air SD and HD transmissions for personal archival purposes. Images not DVDs. Why? Because I beleive Handbrake is the most superior mp4 encoder available and it needs DVDs or DVD Images to rip from. Toast has what I think is among the best DVD Image transcoders. So I crank up the Toast settings to Maximum Quality and transcode the Native Digital Off Air Broadcast Recordings with Toast to DVD Images that Handbrake can then use to make pristine mp4 files that are a fraction the size of the originals. Once ripped to mp4s, the originals can be deleted as well as the Toast Images. What was originally a 4.4 GB recording winds up a 351 MB mp4 file - not H.264 btw for other reasons. 12 of those mp4 files fit on the same DVD that even one of the original recordings won't even fit on. And they look very similar to the originals. A little soft, but very fine from a fraction of the starting size. And from an iPod on an analog TV they look as good as commercial DVDs.

    The same technique can be used to make pristine iPod compatible web-size versions of any of your FCP creations. So it may be relevant to you when you look at that post post-production application. :)

    Anyway I'm glad you guys aren't too angry with me cause this time forward is really going to be a power explosion on all personal computers and we all know here that OS X is the only way to fly with the new hardware. Once we get Leopard on board and the remainder of all the pro aplications go UB and MultiCore Optimized, 2007 forward are going to be amazing times for creativity with little to no waiting for any processes to get done. :) Whoopie!





    facts
    Apr 27, 08:52 AM
    The response from Apple is weak, the words chosen carefully to leave all options open for the future. The announced actions seem to be the right ones.

    Being a convinced apple user i would like to see apple to go ahead and lead the crowd, set the standards for user protection, privacy protection and data protection.

    Android and Windows are not valid options, since they are far worse when it comes to protection in my opinion.

    As the computers get more senses, more needs to be done to provide dependable, transparent, verified protection.



    + Add Your Comment