1. How to Install Windows 7 Ultimate, Home Premium,Professional and Starter 32 or 64 bit (Any Edition)

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    This is a guide on How to Install Windows 7 Ultimate, Home Premium,Professional and Starter 32 or 64 bit (Any Edition)

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    • Sun Ultra 10 Creator 3D 64-bit workstation

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      A 64-bit powerhouse from 2001, with a 440 MHz UltraSPARC IIi processor and the UPA-bus Creator 3D graphics card, running Solaris 9.

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      • The Issue with Ram and 32-Bit

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        Steve Smith explains why you can't use more than 4GB in 32-Bit systems. Show Notes for this Episode http://tqaweekly.com/se3ep23 Follow Steve Smith (Zed Axis) on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/zedaxis1981 Twitter : http://www.twitter.com/zedaxis Google+ : https://plus.google.com/u/0/107628320370330737757 To interact with the show, subscribe to our weekly newsletter, and acquire unique custom gear and apparel, head over to http://tqaweekly.com/ Subscribe to the Weekly TQA Podcast on iTunes 720P Video - http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/technology-questions-answered/id556426538 MP4 Video - http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/technology-questions-answered/id405826320 MP3 Audio - http://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/technology-questions-answered/id393776403 For more subscription methods, go to http://tqaweekly.com/subscribe Sources: Memory Limits for Windows Releases (Windows) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/aa366778(v=vs.85).aspx PAE: Physical Address Extension (Wikipedia) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Physical_Address_Extension

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        • Lightworks Technology: 64-bit Lightworks and Lightworks for Linux

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          Lightworks is taking the editing community by storm, with over a quarter of a million downloads since the Lightworks Beta program was announced. With the full Windows release of Lightworks now available, EditShare has also shown a working 64-bit version of Lightworks and a Linux version of the editing system. The 64-bit version of Lightworks will allow users to obtain the maximum possible performance from their computer hardware, as well as providing the best environment for editing with Long-GOP codecs. Lightworks has been completely re-architected to make it easier to port to multiple operating systems, with the Linux version being the first non-Windows version to be shown by EditShare, Lightworks will be the only tri-platform professional NLE and will allow users of multiple operating systems to enjoy the benefit of Lightworks’ lightning-fast workflow. At this stage, the Linux version has only been shown as a technology preview, progress is expected to be rapid and announcements will follow in in the near future.

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          • 8-bit Rage

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            The Socialist PieRats explore the dark side of competitive gaming in 8-bit Rage. Directed by Peter Habbit Featuring Damian Acosta and Steve Vassiliadis

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            • PROJDEF: Gangstahssss

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              Some Magic Bullet stuff with Vegas Video 64bit featuring the Project-Definition crew out here in Hawaii.

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              • ZTE MF 636 Modem ve MacOS Lion

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                3g Modem

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                • Ubuntu + Compiz Fusion

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                  TBD

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                  • Victoire (Victory)

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                    A crack team of experts takes on the task of using the 64-bit version of 4D Server to go over double the number of simulatenously connected clients previously possible.

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                    • DSLR Workflow in Premiere Pro CS5 - Keying, Time Remapping & Stills

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                      Hello again, my friends. The responses to the previous video have been overwhelmingly positive, and as such, I wanted to get a second one done to showcase some additional workflow tips. One small caveat here: my screen capture has some glitches. This isn't entirely the fault of my capture program, but more than likely the fact that I'm running everything (OS, Apps, all HD-DSLR Footage) from the internal drive, and trying to capture my screen at a higher frame rate was just causing iShowU to freak out a little! ;p I tried to fix a few areas, but you may notice a few instances where my cursor and the 'sound' are a little out-of-sync, but again, I think you'll get the idea. In this short video, I'll show you how to use the new Ultra Keyer in Premiere Pro CS5 to pull quick keys from your footage, even with unevenly lit green screen. Once again, the 'key' here (ha ha) is the fact that I'm running this process without rendering, leveraging the Mercury Playback Engine solely in software mode. Following Ultra, we'll take a look at the Time Remapping feature (using a mixture of 60fps and 24fps footage), and then showcase the new Export Frame option, which very quickly allows you to extract a still from your video and continue working on it in Premiere Pro or even Photoshop CS5. twitter: @Beatlejase blogs.adobe.com/jlevmedia Camera used: Canon 7D Lens: Canon EFS 18-135mm, 3.5 Machine: MacBookPro COREi7; 8GB RAM, Snow Leopard

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