SELEES

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SmilerGrogan: I've been using Resolve for about five years and it is mind blowing how many features they fix or improve with each new release.
Why can't Adobe work this fast?

@ runbei99 My systems have never crashed with Davinci Resolve, it is very stable and always has been for me.

Link | Posted on Nov 12, 2020 at 01:29 UTC
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SmilerGrogan: I've been using Resolve for about five years and it is mind blowing how many features they fix or improve with each new release.
Why can't Adobe work this fast?

Because Adobe are working with outdated bloatware....DaVinci Resolve
Studio, is phenomenal!

Link | Posted on Nov 10, 2020 at 04:39 UTC

BRING IT ON!

Link | Posted on Nov 9, 2020 at 13:22 UTC as 61st comment
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Photato: Never trust any Drone revIew which doesn’t even mention Fly Restrictions.
It amounts to “Sponsored Review” and is a disservice to its readers.
Fortunately we have this comment section to express some opinions.
This drone, as many recent ones can not take off in many areas where you might want to take pictures, and if it can’t fly it is as good as a brick.
I highly recommend you inspect the areas that you are planing to be flying before committing to this drone. There are alternatives, but in large parts of urban environments flying a drone is forbidden or enforced by the Drone firmware.
There are severals apps that you can use to check where you can fly a drone like: UAV Forecast, Hover, B4UFly, etc

Seriously, isn't it about time we all started taking responsibility for our own actions, and think for ourselves? This endless expectation that someone else should do it all for us is just plain stupid. Bloody hell I doubt anyone today would have survived daily life 30-40 years ago when the world didn't spoon feed everyone!

Link | Posted on Nov 6, 2020 at 12:34 UTC
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Coomer: No 8k?

Why do you need it?

Link | Posted on Jul 28, 2020 at 14:12 UTC
On article Sony Xperia 1 Mark II sample gallery updated (93 comments in total)

Sony haters, please place all comments below here, thanks for playing along...

Link | Posted on Jun 2, 2020 at 13:26 UTC as 38th comment | 2 replies
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CTMRIGuy: Moving production out of China will ultimately be good for the entire world. Every government looking at stimulus packages should make this a stipulation for aid.

"Consumers want high tech products without having to pay the cost of production" So once again it is greed, no one (ie: Consumers) wants to pay for what something costs to produce, and a lot of that has to do with the "idea" that if is something is a year old, (ie: Mobile Phone, Camera etc) then it is out of date and needs replacing. THIS has to stop, in order for things to change.

Link | Posted on Apr 14, 2020 at 22:53 UTC
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CTMRIGuy: Moving production out of China will ultimately be good for the entire world. Every government looking at stimulus packages should make this a stipulation for aid.

China has managed to dominate production of every thing you can think of, and due to the greed of corporations, it is likely to continue sadly.

The western world and it's corporations have NEVER made the decision to move production to China to provide their customers with a better product. It has always been to make more profit. It is for that reason they are likely to keep it there.

China is a country that cares not for western patents or copyright, and still the greed of the west, keeps their production in China, how stupid can they be?

Greed overrides common sense, and will continue to do so.

How convenient, now that China holds the west by the balls by manufacturing just about everything, including the Ventilators so desperately needed right now....that by accidentally releasing Covid-19 from a wet market (or a lab working on Bats, take your pick) they are now crippling the economies of the western world.

Sounds like a B Grade movie script, but it's not...

Link | Posted on Apr 14, 2020 at 13:59 UTC
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MDRCHINA: 2) When the a7 was launched the photography world was thrilled by the fact that it was an open mount. Within 4-5 years Sigma and Tamron (in which Sony has or at least did have a 10% share) had been able to provide some beautiful, if heavy, Sigma and lighter but also very competent Tamron FE lenses. It strikes me that the more skin you have in the game: Sensor+Optics + Physical Camera Design and a logical menu system the more likely you are going to stay in this business. Not having a true optical manufacturing base in proportion to Canikon affords Sony one less barrier to exiting the camera imaging business. I have seen these price and market share scissors cut across many industries in the last 35 years and many famous brands have fallen to irrelevance. JustmeMN's comment below relative Vaio Computers is dead on. Sony's camera division, like any of its competing houses is under a ton of pressure. Prediction: Within 2-3 years, the operation is sold to a Chinese Financial House.

Sony haters will be Sony haters....why bother reading anything about Sony, are you so desperate for them to misstep? You guys are truly hilarious...just what we need at this time really.

Link | Posted on Mar 27, 2020 at 07:02 UTC
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MDRCHINA: 2) When the a7 was launched the photography world was thrilled by the fact that it was an open mount. Within 4-5 years Sigma and Tamron (in which Sony has or at least did have a 10% share) had been able to provide some beautiful, if heavy, Sigma and lighter but also very competent Tamron FE lenses. It strikes me that the more skin you have in the game: Sensor+Optics + Physical Camera Design and a logical menu system the more likely you are going to stay in this business. Not having a true optical manufacturing base in proportion to Canikon affords Sony one less barrier to exiting the camera imaging business. I have seen these price and market share scissors cut across many industries in the last 35 years and many famous brands have fallen to irrelevance. JustmeMN's comment below relative Vaio Computers is dead on. Sony's camera division, like any of its competing houses is under a ton of pressure. Prediction: Within 2-3 years, the operation is sold to a Chinese Financial House.

All of the above, is a complete bunch of dribble, I have not heard such nonsense in a long time, so well done one and all.

Link | Posted on Mar 27, 2020 at 04:41 UTC
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The Squire: I like Resolve 99% of the time, but that database system (rather than project files) is a bit of a blocker to me.

Happy to be told otherwise here, but it seems to stop me:
- Easily backing up to cloud service like Dropbox
- Moving projects between PCs (e.g. start on laptop then move to desktop).

I understand why it's there: It's a platform for the multi-user collaborative options in the full Resolve product. But for me as a single user, it's a pain.

Actually their export/import method is superior, because if like me and most editors assets are on more than one drive and in more than one location. ie; Clips on one drive, music pulled from another drive etc. Being able to gather them all up and place in a single folder for export and import is just perfect. Desktop publishers do the same thing with apps like InDesign, which will gather the layout files, image files and fonts, package it all into a single folder to ensure the project will open with all it needs when the next person edits.

Link | Posted on Jan 3, 2020 at 23:18 UTC
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PAntunes: The 16 version really adds a lot when compared to V15, but unfortunately it's really unstable. When you start working with different timelines and different aspect ratios, it tends to crash a lot, and hard. Even needing to go to the backups to open a project again without it crashing.

I must be the luckiest guy on the planet, I have never had any version of DR crash on me. I have been using DR16 since it's release and completed a number of 4K projects, all went without a hitch.

Link | Posted on Jan 3, 2020 at 22:39 UTC
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The Squire: I like Resolve 99% of the time, but that database system (rather than project files) is a bit of a blocker to me.

Happy to be told otherwise here, but it seems to stop me:
- Easily backing up to cloud service like Dropbox
- Moving projects between PCs (e.g. start on laptop then move to desktop).

I understand why it's there: It's a platform for the multi-user collaborative options in the full Resolve product. But for me as a single user, it's a pain.

I use the paid Studio version, and there is an EXPORT PROJECT ARCHIVE feature which exports the project in it's entirety, with all assets etc. I use this feature to archive my finished edits, and for moving a project between my laptop and my desktop computer. Worked perfectly. I am currently on my annual family holiday where I have been editing my family holiday movie each day.When I get home I will export the project and finish the project on my desktop computer. DR16 is a brilliant editor and I will never go back to any other software.

Link | Posted on Jan 3, 2020 at 22:30 UTC

Awesome!

Link | Posted on Nov 14, 2019 at 21:43 UTC as 22nd comment
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SELEES: $9.99 per month to use a lame version of Photoshop on iPad, Really? Congratulations Affinity, the iPad is all yours and deservedly so.

Well retr01976, you completely missed the point, the $9.99 was not the issue, it is the fact you get a cut down version that is lame by comparison to the Affinity Photo app for iPad...

Link | Posted on Nov 5, 2019 at 01:39 UTC

$9.99 per month to use a lame version of Photoshop on iPad, Really? Congratulations Affinity, the iPad is all yours and deservedly so.

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2019 at 21:25 UTC as 33rd comment | 20 replies
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mu7z: Transitioning away from Adobe has been a true liberation for me.

And me, would never go back.

Link | Posted on Nov 4, 2019 at 21:22 UTC
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(unknown member): Honestly this pretty much confirms we won't be seeing an RX10 M5. The 1" sensor is dying quickly to the advancement of the cameraphone market which is improving at amazing speed. Sony is putting their money into APS-C and FF development. I also think the RX100 VII is the last of the compact cameras from Sony, cameraphones will quickly eat this market up.

Firstly, it is 'you're' not 'your'....

A Sony RX10, of any mark is NOT a compact camera for starters. Your statement: "The 1" sensor is dying quickly" is complete nonsense, have you seen the success Sony is having with the RX100 and RX10 series?

Even better, have you ever actually spent time with either one? I own both an RX10 M4 and RX100M5, and a Sony A7RII, each has it's place in my life.

I can tell your from experience, that the RX10M4 is an extraordinary bit of kit that no smartphone on the planet can get anywhere near in performance of lens, image quality, reach, sharpness etc.

Even if you limit the focal length to that of a smartphone, the image quality is so far superior as to make your statement, ridiculous!

Link | Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 00:00 UTC
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(unknown member): Honestly this pretty much confirms we won't be seeing an RX10 M5. The 1" sensor is dying quickly to the advancement of the cameraphone market which is improving at amazing speed. Sony is putting their money into APS-C and FF development. I also think the RX100 VII is the last of the compact cameras from Sony, cameraphones will quickly eat this market up.

@orion54 A truly ridiculous statement...of epic proportions.

Link | Posted on Oct 28, 2019 at 21:13 UTC
On article Nikon Z 35mm F1.8 S Review (367 comments in total)

Hello? Any Nikon fans left who care to comment?

Link | Posted on Aug 12, 2019 at 13:07 UTC as 78th comment | 5 replies
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