Weblog:   Aperture on a PowerBook, Pt. 1
Subject:   so why the beefy recommended specs?
Date:   2005-12-03 23:43:35
From:   kugino
derrick,


so why does apple recommend such beefy computer specs for aperture? i know that's for "optimal use," but there must be some things that your PB chokes on, like applying some filters or something...besides just being a little slow, are then any major hiccups? keep us posted. thanks.

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  • Derrick Story photo RE: so why the beefy recommended specs?
    2005-12-03 23:51:03  Derrick Story | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

    I think you'll have a better experience with the G5, for sure. And as I further explore the program, I'm sure to hit a bump in the road or two. But after day one, I have to say, I'm rolling along...
    • RE: so why the beefy recommended specs?
      2005-12-04 11:18:01  bonlucis [View]

      64 bit addressing
      Core Image on the graphics card

      From what I can see of my 90 min with Aperture, it was designed around future hardware, not the wheezing stuff that's available today. It was created well, with lots of thought - today, there's just a bunch of "just missed the mark" features, like the file name import, color space, hot area illumination, etc. It's usable today on a Powerbook, but it'll be limiting - especially as you say, screen real estate.

      Derrick, how many images/projects have you got in your PB? 15,000 from a rapidly failing iPhoto library?

      -Steve


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