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ianfreeze

Member Since 12 Mar 2008
Offline Last Active Aug 18 2017 04:30 AM
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In Topic: iMac 2017

06 June 2017 - 06:38 PM

Metal & Metal 2 are interesting to me. Writing those APIs while the companies that make the GPUs also write their own versions (CUDA & OpenCL) seems redundant. Unless they are planning to start building their own GPUs... which would be interesting to say the least.

 

 

Holding out for the Mac Pro?

 

 

Yes. It's going to cost as much as a car, but I'll have my column view dammit.

 

Unrelated side note, I'm glad there are still a few die hards out there that still come to mograph.net every now & then. I really love this place.


In Topic: iMac 2017

06 June 2017 - 12:44 AM

Not considering this one, per se, however it does give me hope. The fact that they're willing to drop an 18 core proc into an iMac makes me wonder what they'll throw in the future Mac Pro. Theres real hope that I won't have to move to Windows after all...


In Topic: Mac to PC - Easy Ease the Transition

10 January 2017 - 02:03 AM

Seer checks off one of the "I really want that" boxes for windows. The other is column view. Has anyone found a good solution here?

 

I know I can download some other explorer options but none of them look super great so I want to know what you lot have found.


In Topic: TrkMatte - effect? (AE)

07 August 2016 - 10:44 PM

Set Matte (and Set Channel) both look at the entire comp size, not layer size. So you'd have to do some precomping to your matte layer and the layer you want to matte. Another option is the Stencil/Silhouette Alpha blend mode. Its not as versatile, but if you want to have 1 layer cut through a whole bunch, put your matte layer on the top of the layer stack and set its blend mode to "Stencil Alpha (or Stencil Luma, however your matte is set up) and it will cut down through all the layers in the comp and do its magic without having to precomp a bunch of layers.


In Topic: Division05 Ep.006: Snapdragon

07 June 2016 - 09:44 PM

FINALLY! The ButtRift® has returned. The long wait is over.