> > Trailers?
> Previews of motion picture presentations. Aren't they called trailers?
> The sites I see mostly have 3 version streams available and/or 3 file
> available for DL (errr... download). When I am invited to speak I always
Oh... aah..ehm.. no, cant do that.
> > > One for us HW super gods
> > HW??
> HardWare. (as opposed to SoftWare)
> > > One for the guys on a budget
> > Budget??
> People on older or very inexpensive equipment.
Oh my....! I really dont hope so! :)
> > > And one for the folks that hate the "U" word?
> > U???? .. wwuuaaaarrrrt!??! :)
> OK, I guess I can't expect mind reading.
> (U)pgrade. People who never update/upgrade thier HW or SW (errr. Hardware
> or Software) Usually on a cpu less than 300mthz (in intel terms) running
> something like 95 or NT 3.5 MacOS 7.5.5 etc.
LOL - Guess its been too while since i've been active on international
A new idea popped up in my head.
A lowend hardware emulator!!!!
I have Dual 1GHz CPU's - 1,3GB mem - pretty fast harddrives etc etc.
Its hard to test if my presentation is going to work properly on a slower
computer and with less memory.
It would be nice to have a program that could emulate something like:
Harddrives running at CD-ROM speeds (ie. 600kb/sec).
Ofcause all the parameters (Cpu speed, amout of memory, harddrive/cd-rom
speed) should be adjustable.
It would be perfect to test games/multimedia presentations with (when
it comes to hardware).
> > > (And/Or line speed related)
> > Line?!?!
> Oops! well you didn't specify CD (errr, compact disk) multimedia
> Sorry, I was thinking harddrive/laptop/lugable, maybe involving intranet
Nope.. im going straight for CD presentation - but im hoping that i can have
my client to use haddrive/laptop/lugable(?) for the presentation.
> > Uhm.... u ... you(!)... might have thougt that im working on some
> > for the internet- - but im not.
> Well no actually I thought seminar/client presentation where you bring
> your data or presentation to and existing facility. Some facilities
> I have lectured at... Well I'm sure you can guess.
Oh... well.. yes, i am (i mean.. my client is) - but we want a stabile
And i guess its best to put the presentation on a CD so they can take
it anywhere and (almost) play on any PC.
> Were you guys just haveing a laugh or was my comment really that off-base
> and confussing?
Well .. to be honest with u - yes, i was having a laugh. .. but... i was
confused... too little sleep i guess... :)
Sometimes it kinda cool .. ehm.. i get all kinds of wierd idea (like the one
Quote:> The "what codec" part of your inquery I'm not really qualified to comment
> Whatever looks the best (optionally resized Double/Full Screen) would be
Quote:> Sorry if I led you astray there...
Aaah.. thanks... my current as(h)tray is alreay filled up. . nice
....damn... i need some sleep (i cant get no sleep)! :)
Zafar Iqbal, www.digital-ray.dk