I hate that , 10 episodes per year/season is the norm for TV these days and you cant push enough story with such a number.
i get that with sci-fi etc. shows there is a massive post-production work to do on a level equivalent to cinema 10 years ago in terms of special effects.
i also hate that...
Well i just bought a 65" QLED this week , i decided against lg c9 OLED since i cant handle the burn-in issue , my kids watch all kinds of crap on tv with logos and stuff and it would burn the hell out of it
I was under the impression that you cannot install 6th gen and above on Win7 or less due to lack of CPU driver support
i`m aware there are some work around, just seems like excessive to produce something for such a small niche audience
IRC we pay around 400K$ to VMware annually just for host licenses, before SRM and vrops , but lets all be honest , they offer you the ability to have the whole data center compute power on a single cabinet , and thats huge, it saves allot of money for enterprises on man-power , electricity...
First , fabs only produce the silicon , they dont add anything to it
second , Intel development center in Israel were pivotal for most innovations Intel had for the last 2 decades , so some respect for the teams there
third , to even imagine such a conspiracy there to put backdoors is...
I used to work in one those Intel labs 13 years ago as a tech setting up the systems to be tested etc and preparing the server rooms that generate the tests for the systems.
was impressive even back then (they had most of these toys already) , validation boards with CPUs connected to logic...
I managed (among other things) McAfee ePO for a government agency , its a decent product and i never had any issue with false alerts or false positives , at most it required exceptions for better performance in application specific usage (like SQL Server ,web service IIS etc.)
I prefer the Dropbox model of work across my mobiles/PC`s/NAS , also i read somewhere its block based sync vs google file base
but the bummer is that i only use like 200gb so now i wasting even more space for more money , great.
This is crazy , F-16 manuals are available on the net and eBay and not to mention plenty of countries operate the F-16
and also, its legal for some U.S citizen to buy those , but illegal if he sends it abroad like its some illegal arms sell
anyway, this is the formal response from Eagle Dynamics:
I get why people are upset , its nice to have a nice collection on your shelf and it feel more tangible than digital download , but i still prefer all digital , my One X has never had its disc used and i got load of games i buy cheap on sales and from key sellers
Well sadly there was a main engine failure during the decent at around 30k ft. and Beresheet crashed on the moon around 5 minutes before touchdown.
Good try though, and Israel joined the 'crashed on moon' club, and planted a flag there , just a bit deeper than planned.
last photo received...
If successful , Israel will be the 4th country to land a craft on the moon , and the first time a privately funded organization does this (at a cost of mere 100$ million)
more details and links to the live stream...
I have the i100v2 , came with the wrong firmware (i80 GT) and cannot be changed , need to send back (i chose not to )
also the pump occasionally has trapped air inside and makes alot of noise (like a HDD working real hard) , i have to turn the pc upside down and let it work a bit to release...
The more i read about the 'S' version the less interested i am about it , barely even a side grade
basically the only reason they made it was because its cheaper and manufacturer and probably the slightly larger resolution is a minor cost compared to what they save from the changed from CV1
its been 3 years since cv1 and thats what they have to show for ?
I have high hopes for vr , really hope that it wont be another passing fad like 3D TV were (too bad btw , with more r&d could have been great)
new and stronger GPUs just are not being pushed fast enough , VR still needs to grow before it can satisfy the needs for all types of games and even now high GPUs barely handle it
honestly after so long since Oculus CV1 and Vive were released i expected we will be further ahead in both GPUs and VR
It went on sale 50% after two months already , i think i even saw it for 15-20$
Anyway , i think the real issue with BF5 is content , they put out the least known battles of WW2 , most of them are before D-Day , no Russian/American armies , No pacific front , no naval warfare, so what did...
Not hard to answer that one , look at current get , even if the hardware was exactly the same , the software is what counts.
Each company focuses on different areas , Sony is more into exclusive and peripherals like VR , while MS is more focused (in last 2 years) on a large gaming library...
First thing , the definition of F2P is kind of misleading,
For example i play DCS (a combat flight sim) which is technically F2P , but it only comes with 1 map and 1 plane , if you want more you need to buy, its not about pay to win , its the same as buying addons from 3rd party for MS Flight...
Sound like a different take on a technic thats been around for decades , i think there is a reason why layer printing with filament is much more popular than a vat with resin.
as for mass production , i dont think that this is the answer , the item in the video seems very crude.
First time i hear of it , i have a lifetime sub for Plex and i use it on tons of devices , have a NUC server and also a backup server on my NAS
how is Emby any better? i see its also sub based for premium features