Rendering video is one of the few things I refuse to do outside of windows. I built my computer specifically to give me access to quicksync, so you'd better believe I'm going to use it.
I'm guessing someone at Sony, since the user interface of their Vegas video editor is similar looking.
Vegas has existed for ages though, unless their interface has changed massively since the Sonic Foundery days. What I do know is Sony did an amazing job after that buyout, taking one of the best real time editors in existance for speed and ease of use, and making it into something almost unusable due to uncompedatively slow rendering, cluttering the interface, and lowering the stability. I'm certainly happy open source video editing is catching up so quickly. Another case where once there were few good alternatives, but that is no more. I'll still probably stick with windows for editing and rendering for now though, especially as more often then not if I'm editing video, it's video game capture.
The bad part is my net upload is far too bad for me to be willing to deal with recording video much, I can edit and render videos pretty quickly, but I don't like the crazy wait it takes to put a resonably high quality video on to the web.
the cubie board has arived, and its cute :]
OpenShot seems to be gaining popularity but it looks a bit simplistic.
the cobalt cube 2 is starting to harmonize with its new inner self: the cubie board with a notebook HDD.
an old usb HDD board is providing the power.
Getting the old buttons & the LCD to work would be cute.... lets see.
at least the LED bar in front will have to be iluminated again; however, i'm not shure whether its going to be yellow again...
Schweet. Have fun with your cube.
What ever happened to the Risc line of things I know Wikipedia has the EOL as the RiscPC in 2003, but I thought it would have lived on in some form past that. My old Agenda VR3 needs a new use :-)
heh, one of those is collecting dust in my cupboard too.
Cisco AnyConnect is pretty much standard IPsec, as far as I'm aware, so with some work it should be able to be interoperable with racoon or strongSwan, I would think, though I have not tried this.
At the office we do use a strongSwan based server with a Mac OS X client, the latter of which purports to run in a "Cisco IPsec" mode. It works. The client sucks, but that's a separate issue...
Otoh recent versions of Cisco servers push polices on Windows clients that require the Windows boxes to confirm that only one user is logged in. Not sure if OpenConnect deals with that crap?
Cisco hardware still supports IPSEC but that's reached using the classic "Cisco VPN Client."
If you want some real (and probably more insecure) fun:
You just need ssh + Python on the remote end firewall (or port forwarded device).
No udp, but it does a hell of a job in a pinch.
They've got an AnyConnect-compatible VPN server too. I'd like to try it out but I have no use for it right now, because we already bought a Cisco ASA. Maybe someday if someone needs a "VPN in teh cloud" or something...
WinXP or Windows totally? WinXP has reached its EOL.