Great..So If i get another 1080p monitor and open photoshop or dreamweaver; Can I have the photoshop window extended or maxed to full width and height on one LCD and have it’s dockable Layer pane and other dock windows like Swatches etc on the other 1080p LCD ?
I have an HD 1080p 21.5” LCD and 2 GB dual DVI out gfx card (GTX 550ti). If I plug in another LCD of 20” with a lower resolution of 1600×900, what will my display look like? Will my desktop be larger like this:
LCD1 is 21.5” = 1920×1080
LCD2 is 20” = 1600×900
So adding up the horizontal (width) resolution:
Both LCDs combined = 3520 x ??
Im confused about the size and proportion of the display with dual monitors….
Thanks guys. I can confirm the ghosting effect after converting to 25fps. The playback is kinda blurry and makes you feel like you’re drunk lol.
Thanks for posting in my topic and the link too. It had some important info that I needed. I will be working with an animation which would be at 24fps. I think when it plays on PAL 25fps, it will play faster at around 0.9 something times the original speed. I would be rendering out still image sequences from Maya. I will convert them to video. I calculated the duration based on 24fps so if it plays faster, the animation will end sooner and I don’t want that. For testing this, I downloaded a video that was recently uploaded on youtube (some eminem song) and found it was still at 24fps even after being downloaded from youtube. Hmm, got some testing to do. Once again thanks for your input as its been greatly helpful. If you have anything to add further, I’d like to hear it
Hi everyone, I have some footage at 24fps and it needs to be played on broadcast in our country where PAL is the standard. Can it be done without jittery motion or problems? Secondly, will it be played back normally on youtube or Will the video speed up in play back. I read somewhere that youtube plays everything at 30fps but I didn’t get it. I don’t care about audio sync since its just a soundtrack which can be replaced.
This joint-account feature or whatever you wanna call it is seriously needed.
Hi everyone, I wanted to ask something about embedding a google map on an html site (I can do this) and then showing multiple locations on it with the use of a side bar menu. Like in the sidebar, there could be a list of destinations and when you click a list; the location gets loaded within the same embedded google map on the side i.e the same map gets updated. Something like this http://tinyurl.com/mapexamplegoogle This page uses a jump menu though and I don’t think it’s necessary. A simple list would do fine.I’m planning to add the locations to maps using My Maps feature in google maps. Any idea how this could be done on single page? I can make a list of locations and hyperlink it to the map location URL ’s but then each time the user clicks the link, it would open the map in a new window. Thanks for any help
Thanks to all of you for posting the links. You all have very interesting portfolios. Audio is very complicated to look for and it’s only through threads like this that we can find the type of tracks we’re looking for. Basically, I have to give my client a video presentation proposal and these tracks will help me a lot. I particularly like most of the tracks here because they have a sense of openness, width and reverb. Like the google video I posted. It has depth and reverb and a slow tempo. Once again, thanks for the help guys. If any other authors want, you can also post links like the above ones here. We are discussing broadcast quality corporate music
See this video by Google. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdAMLEujm5M I really like the music in the background – specially the beginning and ending parts. It sounds so professional. I understand that you’d cal this corporate but then I’ve listened to other corporate tracks and they mostly carry a feeling different from the kind of tracks you listen to on let’s say financial news channels like bloomberg tv etc. Maybe I’m not able to identify the genre of such music. How do I look for something like this here on audiojungle?