[opendtv] Re: ATSC and Lip Sync

  • From: dan.grimes@xxxxxxxx
  • To: opendtv@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jun 2009 10:17:59 -0700

At 11:04 AM -0400 6/3/09, John Shutt wrote:
>And my point is that you, as an individual, decided when to toss the 
>Powerbook for the MacBook Pro.  You made that decision when it 
>became too slow or didn't support the newest software you wished to 
>run. Your old Powerbood certainly doesn't support HD quality video 
>decoding. at 60 fps.

Craig: "Yup. But you are missing a major point. I did not lose a thing 
when I upgraded. I added new capabilities while retaining everything I was 
already doing."

I was forced to go to PC when Apple went to Mac OSX.  All my drawings were 
in Claris Draw Pro which Apple bought and then discontinued support and 
development.  I also used a Mac 3-D CAD program which was also left 
behind.  I had to abandon my drawings and move to AutoCAD which only runs 
on PC.  I started to redraw everything and then quickly gave up.  I still 
have the Mac 9.6 sitting beside my PC for when I need to access those 
drawings.  So perhaps some media is always convertible, but not all types.


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