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Dec 05, 2009 15:53 |  #7336

DAdeGroot wrote in post #9141183 (external link)
Yep :) Well I plan to use it for a paid gig on the evening of the 18th so need to get some practice in beforehand. (that's my excuse anyway).

Cool.

Did I tell you how much fun it is moving stuff onto a new puter? But CS4 64 bit runs Faaaaast.


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Dec 05, 2009 16:12 |  #7337

Greg_C wrote in post #9141217 (external link)
Cool.

Did I tell you how much fun it is moving stuff onto a new puter? But CS4 64 bit runs Faaaaast.


Well some of us (Mac people) have been running 64bit for ages :P


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Dec 05, 2009 16:16 |  #7338

DAdeGroot wrote in post #9141317 (external link)
Well some of us (Mac people) have been running 64bit for ages :P

64bit CS4?


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Dec 05, 2009 21:17 |  #7339

CS4 isn't 64bit in Mac OS. Only in Windows at the moment. Mac needs to wait till CS5 due to recoding using cocoa or whatever the heck they moved to.... it WAS coded one way, but had to be recoded another way.... or something like that.


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Dec 05, 2009 21:56 |  #7340

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CS4 isn't 64bit in Mac OS. Only in Windows at the moment. Mac needs to wait till CS5 due to recoding using cocoa or whatever the heck they moved to.... it WAS coded one way, but had to be recoded another way.... or something like that.

That's a bummer.


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Dec 05, 2009 23:49 |  #7341

wakko wrote in post #9142676 (external link)
CS4 isn't 64bit in Mac OS. Only in Windows at the moment. Mac needs to wait till CS5 due to recoding using cocoa or whatever the heck they moved to.... it WAS coded one way, but had to be recoded another way.... or something like that.

Yeah I wasn't going to draw attention to that little nugget. Basically, the issue is, Adobe were incredibly lazy when OSX first came about and instead of porting their code across from the old OS7-9 Carbon libraries to the new Cocoa libraries, they stuck with Carbon.

Consequently, although pretty much all of the OS, in MacOSX is now 64bit, anything coded with Carbon is still 32bit.


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Dec 05, 2009 23:57 |  #7342

They're not the only lazy ones, I've found only about 50% support for the plugin's I use ie 50% haven't bothered to do the 64 bit version. Nik software seem to be the particularly slow ones, funny seeing they have a reasonably popular product.

Autopano Pro are nice guys, as are Imagenomic who make Portraiture. both just let me DL a 64 version because I had the 32 bit one. Neat Image I had to pay $14 for the 64 bit one.

Noticed a difference with Autopano Pro when stitching a large pano.


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Dec 08, 2009 05:33 |  #7343

Greg_C wrote in post #9143303 (external link)
They're not the only lazy ones, I've found only about 50% support for the plugin's I use ie 50% haven't bothered to do the 64 bit version. Nik software seem to be the particularly slow ones, funny seeing they have a reasonably popular product.

Autopano Pro are nice guys, as are Imagenomic who make Portraiture. both just let me DL a 64 version because I had the 32 bit one. Neat Image I had to pay $14 for the 64 bit one.

Noticed a difference with Autopano Pro when stitching a large pano.

Sooo.... On balance, does the good stuff outweigh the bad stuff (re: moving to a new puter)? (I've ordered about half the hardware for the new PC.)



  
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Dec 09, 2009 01:29 |  #7344

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Sooo.... On balance, does the good stuff outweigh the bad stuff (re: moving to a new puter)? (I've ordered about half the hardware for the new PC.)

Yes, like everything, it's good to have a shake up and have to resort things. The new machine is smoother, faster, nicer!!


Have nay of you seen Zombieland yet? I took Aaron to see it on Monday, what a hoot!


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Dec 11, 2009 18:58 |  #7345

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Yes, like everything, it's good to have a shake up and have to resort things. The new machine is smoother, faster, nicer!!


Have nay of you seen Zombieland yet? I took Aaron to see it on Monday, what a hoot!

Yep! Saw it last week. Agreed...a hoot. I soo want to try a Twinkie. And, "Thank God for rednecks!".:D



  
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Dec 11, 2009 19:07 |  #7346

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Yep! Saw it last week. Agreed...a hoot. I soo want to try a Twinkie. And, "Thank God for rednecks!".:D

Yeah, those hands on the steering wheel of the Hummer.


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Dec 15, 2009 01:11 as a reply to  @ Greg_C's post |  #7347

Ok, so as a result of Fengs generosity 3 things have happened;
1/. AEIOU have decided to ask me to do their 'school photos' next year
2/. I have a fantastic set of shots of my three kids
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3/. I have a serious desire to own one of those lenses

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Dec 15, 2009 01:14 |  #7348

heh great shots Andy! :) looks like you're getting used to it eh? :)

on a side note... here's some baby piccies I whipped together as a 'first two weeks' tribute to Caleb :)

http://stuff.planetsla​ckers.com …rivate/caleb/fi​rst2weeks/ (external link)

C&C would be great.


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Dec 15, 2009 01:22 |  #7349

beautiful Feng, you have one cute son there! And Jessica looks like a proud big sister. You've captured some wonderful touching moments, brought a tear to my eye.


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Dec 15, 2009 03:18 as a reply to  @ -Pleiades-'s post |  #7350

Ferristar wrote in post #9200207 (external link)
Ok, so as a result of Fengs generosity 3 things have happened;
1/. AEIOU have decided to ask me to do their 'school photos' next year
2/. I have a fantastic set of shots of my three kids
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3/. I have a serious desire to own one of those lenses

'tis an excellent lens and it looks like you're wielding it well :)

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on a side note... here's some baby piccies I whipped together as a 'first two weeks' tribute to Caleb :)

http://stuff.planetsla​ckers.com …rivate/caleb/fi​rst2weeks/ (external link)

C&C would be great.

Great collection Feng, really tells the story well.


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