This should help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5rlrDIwnGGQ&list=PLT3Ure7_kYHwj8oT3AV-pZ4_r7yp6mDg-
Personally I recommend HF express 2017 as the simplest to use. Blender is also really good but has a slightly wonky user interface and workflow, once you get used to it though it's great.
You do not need to buy anything, shadowplay is a really good program and very simple to use. Just watch any tutorial for it and it should give you a good overview of it:
You do not need to download anything, if you installed the nvidia drivers for your card you already have shadowplay. At most you will need to go into your geforce experience app and go to settings>General and activate in game overlay. Once it's on you can just set it to medium and use ALT+F9 for recording start/stop and ALT+F10 for instant replay (capture last 5 minutes of your game).
With a couple minutes of fiddling you should be able to figure everything out.
Your best bet is Shadowplay, it's the easiest to use. If your in game FPS is dropping while recording then none of these programs will probably be for you since video encoding programs will always use some system resources. The performance hit with Shadowplay is fairly small so you should be able to make up for it by just turning your graphics settings down some. Otherwise your only other option is to buy and external capture card, and they run somewhere around the region of 60 bucks.
Cool, hope you like it.
I don't really have any complaints so far. It's been my daily driver for about a month and it's been so much nicer than my old S3. One particularly nice feature is being able to go an entire day without charging it and still have at least 50% battery life at 5PM, even on my less er... productive days at work.
It is a 720P screen but in my experience on such a small device it doesn't make any difference.
It comes with the stock android emojis. This isn't really a fault with the phone but the stock android emojis are ugly as sin lol.
I would also recommend getting the case with the kickstand: https://www.amazon.com/Xiaomi-Redmi-DWaybox-Hongmi-Inch/dp/B06XYGWSB3/
I use that thing all the time now.
Yes, it's region and carrier unlocked.
So I recently went on a phone quest to replace my old galaxy S3.
From everything I've looked at I think the Xiaomi Redmi 4x is probably one of the best budget smartphones.
I basically got it because reviews said it was fast and did not suffer from any overheating problems. That and it has like a 4000 mAh battery, which is pretty badass.
Hmmm, hard to say, but if it's just gaming I would go with the i5. You're not going to get much out of those extra cores for e-sports games with the xeon. i5 has a higher default clock and IPC so it should run things faster.
Kinda. Certain things can be adjusted (tone, levels, background noise etc) but a the audio quality itself cannot really be improved.
My favorite option for audio editing is audacity: http://www.audacityteam.org/download/windows/
It's free, it's compatible with MP3 and MP4 with the right plugins, and it has enough features for basic audio touch ups which are all I use it for in my videos. Particularly helpful are it's noise removal tool and audio compressor.
One program I have not used but looks pretty cool is voicemeeter banana: https://www.vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/banana.htm
VM banana is essentially a virtual mixing board which allows you to do things like add a noise gate to your microphone, adjust the tone, and compress the audio in realtime(to prevent clipping). These can all improve the general sound of your microphone especially if it picks up a lot of static. Noisegates in particular are helpful because they prevent low level background and static sound from getting in the audio file, these can be removed with audacity's noise removal tool but that degrades the audio quality somewhat.
You could have one that looks like a boat: http://www.lian-li.com/en/dt_portfolio/pc-y6/
How high are your settings? What resolution are you playing at? 50-60 could be fine depending on those variables, if it's 4K on high/ultra that sounds like it could be correct.
I think that over 10 years might just be a tad too old. That's ancient history as far as PC's are concerned.
As to how good it is, well here it is compared to the cheapest ryzen CPU available and a modern pentium:
Kinda gets blown out of the water.
I'm not sure what the exact numbers were for the previous gens but it's actually a pretty long time usually. Roughly 5-6 years? It all depends on the game obviously, but most games haven't fully swapped over to DX12 yet so I'd say it has a pretty long life ahead of it. Even then, once DX 13 is out most games will have compatibility for 12, much like how most games nowadays have a DX11 mode even if they were built with DX12.
I think it depends entirely on what social groups you're interacting with. The younger you go the more people fight about this kind of thing and the older you go the less said people in question care if you game on console or not. Generally speaking the more mature the community the less this is an issue.
As an adult I can afford both a PC and all the consoles and get to make the decision myself, that makes evaluating them based on their merits a lot more objective. PC's have a lot of advantages, but consoles have their place. Just because I choose to only have a gaming PC doesn't mean I look down on someone else for not making the same decision, that would be silly. There are a lot of reasons to use a console, such as ease of use, the lack of risk that your kids will destroy it by installing a virus or deleting system 32, and exclusive games. If I had kids I'd probably start them off on a console just so they didn't break any of my precious computers.
I've only ever used soft mouse pads, but that might just be a force of habit developed from using ball mice way back when. I'm much more used to the feel and friction of a fabric mouse pad.
Even the ones with cosmetic stuff are fugging annoying, it's just easier to ignore. Ideally any game you have to pay upfront for shouldn't have loot boxes. I'm ok with selling cosmetics as DLC but gawd just don't make me suffer through RNG to get something I want.
Sounds like you might have corrupted sectors on your hard drive. It order to fix that you will probably need a tool from the manufacturers site.
Windows comes with its own software to repair bad sectors so try that first and then look for manufacturer specific tools if that doesn't work: https://www.howtogeek.com/173463/bad-sectors-explained-why-hard-drives-get-bad-sectors-and-what-you-can-do-about-it/
This is exactly the thing to do, the important bit of the OS you buy is the code, the CD may as well be a coaster.
Personally I'm a big fan of the Fractal design cases because of their superior dust filtering. https://pcpartpicker.com/product/gvbkcf/fractal-design-define-c-atx-mid-tower-case-fd-ca-def-c-bk
I'm not entirely familiar with the programs in question or their optimization, but in general for responsiveness while editing you need single threaded performance, and for rendering you need a high core count or more likely a decent GPU.
If you jumped from the 940 all the way to a 7700K you would see a massive performance increase. According to synthetic tests it would be more than twice as powerful: Link
Synthetic tests generally translate very well to production tasks, so honestly for your line of work I think it's a more than worthy investment. My only question would be if you do a lot of rendering, because then you might potentially want to look at using either Coffeelake or an 8 core Ryzen CPU.
Your premise is fairly misguided for a number of reasons.
First: Liberalism and socialism are not the same thing, and democrats are decidedly not socialist. So it is naive to assume a place like California would become socialist given the actual political leanings of their current admin. I realize it's popular to accuse progressives in the US of being socialist but Democrats practice more of what I'd call "Welfare state capitalism".
Second: Communism and socialism are not the same thing. And they don't kill economies, they kill capitalism. They are tied but it's important to recognize the distinction.
Third: If they actually did become socialist the companies in question would not have a choice to leave because the entire idea of socialist/communist societies is worker owned means of production, which means the assets of the company would be bought/seized by the government. Which as I stated earlier definitely isn't happening because the state government is liberal.
And one small note about the issues in Venezuela, a lot of the problems in Venezuela(and south america in general) are caused by US antagonism. If you want a more in depth look at this issue this is the best video I've seen on the topic: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=le86H7Xfjrc
I only feed my horse unleaded high octane oats.
I like doing render tests personally. I do video editing as a hobby so the time my CPU is most stressed is during video rendering.
Cinebench is a great tool to use to quickly test your CPU for both stability and performance: https://www.maxon.net/en/products/cinebench/
Generally to check an OC I will first run CB a couple of times and if it passes that then I use Aida 64.
Started playing Vermintide again. That game is amazing if you have a good group.
Started playing with some peeps from a community for a comedy podcast, and there are some funny mofos on there. The game is pretty good on its own but it's crazy fun with people like that.
To be fair, once the wow factor from the graphics wore off, I started disliking oblivion because I had played Morrowind before it and thought it compared unfavorably.
Although I still played the heck out of it until skyrim came out.
360 controllers are nice and cheap these days actually. Personally I use 360 controllers for my PC and steam link because I find them so comfortable. And they're all wired as well because batteries are evil.
I guess another part of it is having used the 360 for so long so I'm just used to it, buy why fix what isn't broken?
If you just got into PC building, this is normal. Everyone starts off feeling like they should have just waited to build their PC until such and such product came out. Eventually you just have to get over it, because the fact is any PC you build no matter how top of the line is going to be obsolete within months. So the only thing you can do is make sure that you are happy with your initial purchase and be content with what you have as long as it meets your needs.
First one, all RAM will work at the default 2133mhz but it's down to the type of RAM and the motherboard compatibility if it will run any higher than that.
I really don't think you need a dedicated GPU TBH. I think it would be better if you swapped from a Ryzen CPU to a pentium. It would come with integrated graphics and a pentium is more than capable of running a CNC machine.
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This is what I recommend. The case I picked has some really good dust filters, which if your dad is going to be running this near the engraver is important.
This sounds kinda like an issue I had with my FX 8350 when the VRM's were overheating. What do your thermals look like?
They are better for the environment than gas cars, but in general our societies obsession with personal vehicles is way worse for the environment than public transportation no matter what the fuel is. The energy and resources used to make millions of motor vehicles for every individual is still going to have a big impact on our environment even if we only made electric cars.
So it's a step in the right direction but if we were serious about reversing climate change we would be heavily investing in public transportation so every person in the U.S. did not feel compelled to own a car. Of course the chances of that happening here is almost slim to none.
Probably Undertale, that was fun.
Can it also make me forget the Undertale fandom? Please
Yeah, this could be something on your mobo causing static.
Have you tried plugging it into both the back IO panel and the front case IO? It could appear on one and not the other.
Dust: An Elysian tale. I've had that sitting in my steam library for ages and only recently have I tried it, and holy **** I wish I had done that ages ago. It's pretty great, even as a 2D game it's the first one in a while that impressed me with how good it looks, the art style is beautiful.
Other than that I've playing a tiny bit of Warframe every now and again.
You misunderstand, AMD has the northbridge and south bridge on the CPU package which fits in the AM4 socket. I think this is why they are cabable of long term support for it, because motherboard components that would need to be swapped out for a new CPU are on the CPU die and not the mobo.
I understand why coffeelake cannot be used on the previous gens, but I find it kindof odd that Z370 isn't backwards compatible to sky/kabylake. Doesn't really affect anyone but it's still weird.
Personally I hope that intel copy AMD's move to long term support for sockets by changing from a traditional CPU+Northbridge+southbridge to a SOC. It would make upgrading slightly less of a hassle.
On newegg it looks like the i5 8600k is $260 and the cheapest mobo is $120, $380 total. I'd say for the jump in single core performance it might be worth it. In order to meet your budget you might have to go down to the i5 8400.
It's possible, sure, but there's almost never any reason to. I would vastly prefer playing my favorite frames in a 4 man squad rather than be forced to play a specific frame so that it would be possible
to solo. Interception missions are just annoying IMO, so even though you can solo them that would be insane because it would mean staying longer than necessary in an interception mission.
Edit: In retrospect, the directx theory seems a bit silly, I would definitely try reinstalling the drivers first.
Medibang Paint is super easy to use. It's an image editor, so what you do is just add a layer, put your logo in it, and adjust the opacity to like 50% to make it a watermark.
If you create an account it allows you to cloud save your work and access it from the PC and your phone, so it sounds like what you're looking for.
The answer is a resounding no. Sorry man, as far as I'm aware mobile CPU's are soldered in place and attempting to remove it would probably destroy it. Plus as it's been said, mobile CPU's do not use desktop sockets.
You'd be better off building a new PC or getting a refurbished dell workstation.
It isn't required at all, but it is extremely tempting. It cuts out the hassle of getting orokin catalysts, focus lenses, and eximus slots, but you don't need plat. It's possible to get all those things in game, it just takes time and a little luck. If you really want to get into it, you can accumulate platinum in game by trading with other players.
Most of it... with the exception of certain mission types (like interception) and ones so hard that you practically have to work as a team. Though there isn't much reason to play solo, match making is easy and you can just turn off VOIP, which is basically what I do.
Reach all the planets definitely, after that it's basically up to you. I think it's way more focused on accumulating new weapons and warframes, but that might just be what I like.
The beta is just multiplayer yeah?
I mostly play games single player. And COD WWII's single player looks... dramatic let's say.
IE: it looks hokey as ****. Like a Michael Bay film set in WWII.
For a password manager as far as I'm aware there are two main options: Lastpass (which has already been covered) and Dashlane.
Dashlane has a much slicker interface than lastpass, but it's like 40 dollars a year vs lastpass' 7. Up to you if you think that's worth it. https://www.dashlane.com/features/password-manager
I'm kinda shocked no-one has mentioned audacity. I use it all the time for my youtube content, it just has so many good features, especially its audio compressor.
Also: I've tried lightworks and TBH it's my least favorite editor so far. It's terrible for beginners and 720P is really limiting. Hitfilm Express 2017 is free, can do 4K, and is way easier for newbies IMO. It has some drawbacks, like having to do any heavy effects work in a composite shot rather than just on the timeline, but in general I'd say It's a lot more straightforward. There's also davinci resolve which I have heard is good but have never tried myself.
Medibang paint pro is actually primarily a tablet app I've been using to learn how to art, but they also have desktop application which is ok. I'd say it's a lot simpler than something like photshop or gimp, but that's perfectly fine for me since I do not know how to use those programs. It still has a lot of features that I want like layers and transparent PNG export, and TBH I'm still learning how to use it. If you're looking for something a little more powerful than paint this is a good option.
Meander looks like a really cool piece of technology.
On cheapshark, top right, click on the american flag for a drop down list, select the union jack. Boom.
Edit: Hmmm, this just seems to convert the dollar amounts for deals into pounds. Not sure if that works 100%, let me know.
Brother's in Arm: Hell's Highway
Huge letdown to the series, great visuals, but as boring as playing with gravel. I got this for 20 bucks on a black friday deal at gamespot and I'm glad I didn't pay more. It had a forgettable story and just awful gameplay.
Luckily I got Armored Core: For Answer in that same deal for 20 bucks, albeit I was hugely reluctant to get it. It ended up being one of my favorite games of all time, and I only got it because my mom basically forced me too, lol.
"John Romero's about to make you his *****"
lol, I only caught the massive backlash against that game after the fact. In the early 2000's it was nearly legendary how bad it was.