Jim in Hudson

Lives in United States OH, United States
Joined on Jun 15, 2012

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  • I believe you are wrong. Puget Systems has this to say about Premiere Pro CC (Mac vs PC): "While it depends on the exact hardware configuration you use, a new Windows workstation can be anywhere ...
  • I don't find either of those videos very compelling with their messages. In the first one, he's using a different OS version and who knows what that means?  Also, the one test where the 2017 looked ...
  • I don't think "top of the line" is enough information to help.  For starters, how much RAM do you have?
  • What exacerbates this issue (IIRC) is Photos can convert a Referenced library to a Managed library but it can't do the reverse... like Aperture could before it.  If they added that capability it ...
  • Andy, I can certainly appreciate how much money you've plunked down on all of that drive capacity.  I doubt most would feel the need to have 9 TB of storage, though.  In your case, how much ...
  • Good for you.  OTOH, there are many people who have posted in this forum to state they've used Lightroom and never really warmed up to it.
  • Resurrecting this thread as I think it brings up important questions. Maybe someone new will see it and share some thoughts. I haven't really moved over to Photos partially for the reasons you've ...
  • Prognathous -- that's not how it generally works. Sales tax is charged according to the address of the buyer, not where it's being shipped to. Your credit card will tell all on where you live and...

  • All of my wife's photos are in Photos (managed) and she's never had a corruption problem. Granted, it's not 500 GB like Andy's.
  • There's no question the DAM capabilities of Photos are nowhere near what Aperture offers and it's why I haven't given up Aperture... yet. However, there are tools that can make the transition far ...
  • I understand your point.  The other way to look at this is from the perspective of societal benefit.  If it's only of personal value then lasting a hundred years is not needed.  If society needs ...
  • Paging MacOS experts -- If Preview can't open a particular file, wouldn't Preview be greyed out in the contextual menu (Open with)? Twitchly, what is the MacOS version number installed on your MacBook?
  • I believe photos don't fully delete from an iPhone until 30 days after you think you've deleted them.  It's probably there to protect people from accidental deletion.
  • On the problem MacBook when you select the RAW file in the Finder (single click) and then right-click to pull up secondary menu, there should be an option to "Open with".  If you hover on that you ...
  • I work in a large corporation with multiple and somewhat independent businesses. Capital and R&D budgets are relatively fixed on a corporate basis (investors have some say at this level) and then ...
  • You're right, that "compromise" might not be all that onerous.  I think it's hard to tell at this point, though.  Here's a guess at what's going on... Apple is trying to create some kind of ...
  • Sorry, I made a typo on the version though I believe my date (Autumn 2018) for when the release of the MacOS version that won't support 32-bit apps "without compromise" is correct. I'll see if I ...
  • I didn't skip a year.  Straight from Apple: "At our Worldwide Developers Conference in 2017, Apple informed developers that macOS High Sierra would be the last version of macOS to run 32-bit apps ...
  • My math is a little different.  Office 2011 for Mac was released October 2010.  Eight years from that date will roughly coincide with the release of MacOS 10.15 which Apple has been saying for ...
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