Too bad I can't use it yet, the Canon 5D Mark II generates H264 HD 30fps mov files, but I haven't found a codec yet which is supported by Move Maker. Expression Encoder 3 does support it using the Cineform Neo Player codec, but it really lacks a rotate by
90 degrees function.
Anyway, I'm hoping that either Canon will release a compatible codec or Move Maker could support this variation of the H264 codec
It would be great to see this technology applied to touch screen interfaces.
I would think that's the only logical next step. At the moment touchscreens don't allow you to rotate objects based on two points. I look forward seeing this result into a common API for both application developers as well as hardware manufacturers/driver developers.
Interesting stuff. Only thing that wasn't highlighted was when you actually change the database tables and how that is automatically handled. I would expect a seperate XML file with these mappings which you could update if things would have been changed to a point that automatic handling fails... Is there also another view for checking the mappings?
You're probably just jealous that he's more famous and has accomplished a lot and people are prepared to pay him for that.
But indeed, the sounds must be really good so they are not turned off. As long as they do not influence startup and logoff time and can be be set on a loudness level that is independent of whatever is the loudness level you used the last time Like turning
on the pc at midnight while the girlfriend is sleeping, and not knowing she listened to loud music in the afternoon