“23% faster performance in DaVinci Resolve and 84% faster in Octane X“, not the other way around.
Totally right if there was an infraction. CDC's guidelines are clear. If not followed, there's danger for everyone involved.
That aside, what he said isn't even that rude as it is not personal. It's a forceful reprimand, which everyone would be able to cope if they knew they weren't following protocol.
I knew you’d sell your mother for an Etruscan vase. But I didn’t know you’d sell your country and your soul to the slime of humanity.
I don't know where you think the vast differences between os x and windows are, but as a user of both, i don't think there's that much difference. In fact i think Windows often performs better and doesn't lock you in constant upgrades.
As for physical components you can easily configure a pc with similar specs ata fraction of the price for this overpriced Mac Pro.
If you like Apple, still think it's hip, or have a soft spot for os x, and don't mind burning money, this is the way to go. For those on budget, or unwilling to be locked in an ecosystem that allows very little leeway, Resolve will run just as fast or faster on a pc where Nvidia is still an option.
Personally i think Apple's just missed the whole pro evolution these past years, has no advantage software-wise (even lagging behind with daw), and is now trying to catch up with an overpriced machine. How is that sensible policy? The entry 8-core 2008 mac pro was $2000, which was luring droves of pros into the platform. This is just folly, knowing how much these Intel processors really are worth when you plug them in any pc motherboard.
I agree. There are literally thousands of great composers out there, some of them still in in their teens, others a lot older, who are more than happy to score a half-decent film. When they get a great edit, they can really shine.
I think it looks great. I love this look.