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    Same here - looks awesome

    Same here - looks awesome
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    That may have been an issue with the disk he was...

    That may have been an issue with the disk he was writing to - It sounds like what I'd expect if it was filling the disk's buffer very quickly, and then suddenly slowing when it fills, and then...
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    What does the price of the components have to do...

    What does the price of the components have to do with the price of the product?

    You give a product a price not just to cover costs but based on how much value your product gives the user. If...
  4. Why bother though? Freely available tools have...

    Why bother though?

    Freely available tools have been available which remove CSS for more than ten years now - stock VLC can decrypt them... Even AACS and BD+ (on Blu-Ray) has been broken.
  5. This is Adobe we're talking about - of course not.

    This is Adobe we're talking about - of course not.
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    I don't think it would be any different - I...

    I don't think it would be any different - I didn't think any TVs have used the power source for timing since the analogue days... I was under the impression that our TVs were pretty much exactly the...
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    Check out Mark Toia's experience: ...

    Check out Mark Toia's experience:



    http://www.reduser.net/forum/showthread.php?103050-After-a-year-of-bitching-about-it-Ive-moved-to-the-dark-side
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    Very cool! Do you guys have a consumer version...

    Very cool!

    Do you guys have a consumer version coming? With 4K TVs finally becoming affordable, you guys could take the world by storm if you get one out quickly!

    That is as long as Odemex is...
  9. Having everything upgradable is a nice idea, but...

    Having everything upgradable is a nice idea, but I've never found it that useful in real life... I've often found that by the time I need to upgrade a video card, I need to upgrade my processor as...
  10. Interesting...

    Interesting...
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    They have an 85" LG television at the Myer Centre...

    They have an 85" LG television at the Myer Centre in Brisbane city. Looks absoultly shocking. I couldn't believe it.

    There was a popup on the screen that showed that it was being run from a...
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    I agree - there was so much rubbish I had to turn...

    I agree - there was so much rubbish I had to turn off to get my TV to look good - dynamic contrast, motion gamma, ClearMotion, etc.

    And the worst bit was that once you fix it in TV mode, you have...
  13. I agree - Adobe has always been rubbish at...

    I agree - Adobe has always been rubbish at upgrading their products. I've lost count of how many bugs have caused problems for me which could have been fixed in a point release, but they wait until...
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    The only Windows machine in the house developed a...

    The only Windows machine in the house developed a hardware issue a few days ago and won't currently boot... I'm really not too worried - I'll probably fix it in the next few weeks but I do almost...
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    Ted mentions in passing that RED RAY is "shipping...

    Ted mentions in passing that RED RAY is "shipping within the next couple of weeks" apparantly: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExMl8KPCQXc

    Hmmm...
  16. What were your problems? I've found it way easier...

    What were your problems? I've found it way easier than my DSLR. So much easier to review too...
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    The one difference is that the coal power plant...

    The one difference is that the coal power plant has about a 31% efficiency, whereas your car's engine averages around 18-20%. So even if we stayed with dirty coal, we'd be somewhat better off.

    The...
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    I doubt RED have much interest in building...

    I doubt RED have much interest in building general purpose programmable logic ICs...
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    Was it the same cable, and/or the same monitor?...

    Was it the same cable, and/or the same monitor? It sounds likely it'd be one of them that is damaged.

    I'd be very surprised if both cameras developed the same fault like that independently in such...
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    No.

    No.
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    Fedora 17. I don't use that machine for video...

    Fedora 17. I don't use that machine for video work much though. I've run an evaluation version of Nuke on it though. Also, RedCine X under Wine sometimes.
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    What are you on about? The only stand-alone...

    What are you on about? The only stand-alone monitor they sell is 27" and has the same horizontal resolution as the 30" did (2560 px).



    Apple is the one manufacturer in the computer space...
  23. I don't think it's going to be the broadcast...

    I don't think it's going to be the broadcast channels pushing in the future...
  24. I think ATTO have a MiniSAS to Thunderbolt...

    I think ATTO have a MiniSAS to Thunderbolt interface so you could possibly get a miniSAS raid now and upgrade the computer later if the Mac Pro is still sufficient... The adaptor is pretty expensive...
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    This is why I'm so looking forward to the end of...

    This is why I'm so looking forward to the end of broadcast/cable as the main distribution channel of TV. Pulling it over IP lets things move so much faster - as opposed to broadcast where moving to...
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