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Everything posted by Magi

  1. Was wandering what everyone's opinion was on TIFF vs JPEG and if is there a good TIFF viewer out there?
  2. I hope that Affinity will some day make it save the source files when you close or make an option to save the files. I to sometimes don't finish a project and have to close it down for the night and the next day you have to start over. Don't like to leave the computer on all night just to save where I'm at.
  3. The simple solution is to sell the Photo shop software with a cloud option, but who would want that? ME! I under stand cloud may be good for some , but not all.
  4. I'm proud of you guys AND gals for you taking responsibility for your own property lives and so on. I can't believe that some people are so worried about saving on line, but then leave their equipment out for thief or fire. I lock, backup and store my camera, software and, photos in my safe when not in use. I can't trust any company that stores my info, because as honest as the company maybe there is always someone who works for that company that is not honest.My brother-in-law (I wont say who he works for ,but he has dealt with some government security) and well I say don't trust anyone.
  5. Once again I planned for that scenario. It's water proof.
  6. I usually store my DVD/Blu-rays at the bank in my safety deposit box. There are ways can get out from underneath (THE MAN). And yes I go to the bank every payday so it's not a special trip.
  7. I will tell you not to trust an SSD drive because if they fail it's over. I always back up every month to DVD or Blu-ray.
  8. There are other computer operating systems out there Linux, android, and a few underground operating software. Plus if you buy your soft ware retail and partion you drive to boot into which ever operating system you wish to use new or old DOS Win 95, Win98, win98se, ect., ect., ect.
  9. well my office is in the basement, plus I can unplug my drive and reach over and put it in the safe at days end.
  10. sometimes when you do something you must plan for all scenarios.
  11. Well the safe empty weights 550lbs. and is in the basement. good luck taking it.
  12. That would be great, because I would start a merge and walk away for a while sometime 30mins. to an hour.
  13. I do have a fire safe. I think that you need to reevaluate what you call people before you know how smart they really are.
  14. I dropped my Adobe because it's really a lease. That would be like Apple and Microsoft made you pay monthly premium to use your computer or you auto maker charging you a fee too use the car after you payed for it. I still use my old Light room before they started charging. I just wish everyone would drop photo shop. I under stand if they would come out with new technology and sold a new version. I don't use any cloud service. Reason 1 is I don't trust anyone with my photos. I backup my photos on my own backup drive. Drive is payed for plus it's cheaper than paying out the money every month. I
  15. I was wandering, does anyone know if affinity uses CPU to process or GPU? I do a lot of photo merging. I just built a new computer with a i9 9900k 64 GBs Ram and a asus 2080 Ti with 11GBs on. I'm not really getting any more speed than my old i7 12GBs with a HD 6800 with 1GBs.
  16. Sorry I just screen shot all four monitors. They are not the same images just four different screens.
  17. I was trying to show retail and beta, and in beta the curves were selected which I didn't select. Changed curves to pixels in Layers and now it works fine.
  18. How would it have changed to curves because I wasn't working with curves.
  19. Kind of weird because like I said it worked fine a few weeks ago. Here's beta and retail.
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