To get better at this.
I think I nearly got the same shot, available for the super deal of 1 million US.
falconeyes: This is an illborn and stupid project.
cf. http://edex.adobe.com/projectphotoshopstreaming/faq for details.
PS will still run locally. Except it now needs many trips to the web to install properly, can't print and benefit from fast local storage, and suffers from performance hits due to the virtual environment it is boxed into.
Now, dear CC subscribers, you get a glimpse of how your monthly Adotax payment is spent for something else.
Well ... If you where a programmer then you would know that even sticking to 1 platform for 30 years would mean that the UI code would have been rewritten several times. OS X is for instance much closer technically to Unix and NextSTEP than Mac OS Classic, not to mention that WIN32 was dramatically different from its predecessor. There was a Unix version of Photoshop which was written for Irix, so there is a antiquated version of Photoshop for X11 in the source code repository some where.
Then there are the big customers in the film and 3d industry... You think Adobe is going to ignore them forever?
You are aware that Cocoa and WIN32 are not exactly the same thing, the APIs are really different, so all Adobe has to do is to port their UI framework to another windowing kit. The chrome OS bit proves that Adobe has already ported their bit to Chrome OS, virtual machine or not, there is not a single bit of Windows on Chrome, totally different API.
So I think I am discussing details of a technical implementation to a non programmer...
C++ code is portable, the Photoshop code is both compilable for Windows and OSX, there is nothing really stopping a hypothetical Linux port.
The size and requirements on the client computer tells me the photoshop is more or less being run as a plugin into chrome OR run in a VM which is a plugin, either way we can safely assume that the VM is not running Windows, and that is practically because of licensing reasons.
I have absolutely no reason to believe that MICROSOFT has licensed Windows to Google for embedded usage in VM.
Also I think that the memory requirements must make this obvious, it only requires 512 MB of memory, Windows in a VM requires around 512 MB for it self and Photoshop CC barely runs on anything with less than 1 GB of memory due to the memory requirements.
So due to that reason we can assume that Photoshop is running inside a VM that requires no memory for itself.
So it runs in a VM, do you think windows is running in that VM, I have heard rumors of a Linux Photoshop from another source, getting Photoshop to run on a platform means it got compiled in some way or another for that platform. On the concept of VM, every userland application android is run inside the Dalvik Virtual Machine and is written in Java.
Not if this means that a Photoshop for Linux is just around the corner
JJ Rodin: So 'Pascal' was used to code this first released version, does anyone know what computer language is used now (OO?) and what is their 'primary' development OS/platform?
PS: The first few releases of Lightroom were VERY 'Mac' like (too click intensive), unfortunately! They did not have the double click to reset the sliders for ex. It was not until they got the crew from Pixmantec (rawshooter) did they get a 'reasonable' UI, and LR has gotten better ever since!!
It is quite possible to program in C++ without causing a single memory leak ever.
Nice ... so it can crash during photoshot also ...
Cy Cheze: Where is tha Samsung Tegra 3 tablet? Several Android tablet makers promised 4-core tablets to compete with the new iPad 3, but why are none for sale? There is only the Asus Transformer Prime, with its bad speaker and hobbled GPS. Why does Samsung have 4G trouble with FFC while Apple does not? Wither Acer, Toshiba, or Lenovo? Why the postponements until July or later? Delays until October, just for the sake of Windows 8? Troubles with ICS and Jelly Bean? If no other contestants show up at the race, Apple will win by default.
I wouldn't use the flounder to describe android, 700 thousand activations per day is not something to worry about.
Of course this will all change when Windows 8 arrives and takes 96% of the marketshare.
Kissel: Seems like Nokia's death agony.
And a universally non selling phone also
Kim Seng: For a digital camera that cost so much and the electronics can only last for 4 -6 yrs, I wouldn't want to pay so much and worry about the realiability of it. It is a nice camera that I can only dream of but, too bad I can only have it in my dreams.
Dirtcheap compared to my old 5D and it is now on its 7th year.
Nooh, 60s Kodak Brownie
Did my usual processing on the picture and it blows me away, I have never ever seen this kind of quality from high ISO image and I got the original EOS 5D.
rvalle: The Nokia N8 was the very first (and only) camera-phone to have decent IQ, because of the large sensor (for a compact).I would really like to see more large sensor phones.... I can live with a thick shell, or a big protruding bulge for the lens, as long as it gives me the ability to leave my S95 at home.Don't need zoom, really, just a fixed 35mm equivalent, make it f/1.4, and I'm good to go.
Not the only, HTC Sensation has pretty decent IQ.
spoorthy: [I dont think many poeple have posted 100 times in a forum. Is 274 ok? ;)
lots and lots of people have posted 1000s of times in the forum, the website went online in 2000.
onlooker: I wonder if perhaps a more concrete theme would attract more entrants. I am sure there are plenty with 500+ posts.
yeah, the number of submissions is pretty low, it is not like it a tough crowd around there, nothing like DPC at least
RC: Seriously ? I just couldn't wait to put my hands on a 5N and now Sony wants me to send it back to them ? Are they kidding me ?Fortunately, I barely use the video function but on the other hand I have to say that I'm deeply disappointed with Sony. How could they miss the "clicking" ? This is not something which appears after a year or two or after extensive usage. It seems that almost every 5N has the same issue. How could they miss it ?!The only REAL solution would be to offer owners and exchange: Sony sends customers a new camera and they send the old one back within a certain time frame. Of course this won't happen, it would cost Sony a fortune but this would be the ONLY way how to handle this whole mess.
Sound like your are a spoiled kid, this is an example of a perfect service.
Jefftan: I mention again that it worksThe biggest advantage is if after a trip I have 5000 photos and 20G ,I wouldn't have time to back up on 5 DVD
Now each JPEG become less than 1 MB and I can fit almost 5000 pics on 1 DVD
I won't worry about hard drive failure any more
I would happily paid $50 if it is available as a program
DVD backup!? SSD is cheaper in the long run.