open source doesn't mean free user to all, some devs do put restriction on there software to prevent there work being stolen from them and being put it to a fully licences product. this is why alot of open source software is free for public and not for corp.
I've spent countless hour reading...
its some of the codec that are contain within the package, some can be used for personal use only as for corp we would require a licence.
yes VLC is open source, but not all the codec's are. VLC is just a pretty front end at the end of the day.
corp machines! for a recent meeting we required a laptop that could dvd play back and as WinXP Pro or Vista Business doesn't come with a DVD codec out of the box, force me to install software that my manager and I was not happy with, like VLC as we cannot install this on all machines due to...
another one know of a freeware DVD Codec only.
Problem is, that I just want a DVD Codec and none of the others like divx, xvid, mp4, etc...
I keep finding packages with a million codecs and I only want the one :(
its not crap, you just don't know how to setup it up correctly.
you need to know your internet IP address.
forward the RDP port on your router to the PC you want to RDP too.
enable the firewall on the PC to allow RDP.
it is that simple, as long as you know what you are doing with port...
you only need HDMI 1.2 and 1.3 if you are displaying res over 1920×1200p60, playing Super Audio CD (DSD) support, Deep Color, xvYCC, Auto lip-sync, Dolby TrueHD bitstream capable, DTS-HD Master Audio bitstream capable and Updated list of CEC commands.
as this isn't meant to be a HD...
ok fair enough, a retail copy wont work on the cell.... but what is the point of all this power, when you are only gonna be able to use specially created apps for the cell
pointless.... is one word for this
hang on here......
there using an intel processor to run the OS and the CELL to run intensive tasks... to me that just means that the CELL is not able to run windows.
So much for this mightly cell processor :roll:
i do miss those days too, most games that i have or played havent been patched, but GTA4 was put back buy 6-7 months, so you would expect most bugs to have been sorted and the game tested to death.
but i guess there are always gonna be something you miss.
i'm running the 360 version and i've had no freezing so i cant see why a patch would be necessary.
the main focus of the PS3 patch was to fix the multiplayer issue as the amount of traffic between server and console was making online play difficult at best.