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by tived
15.10.2010 16:11
Forum: Helicon Filter: Suggestions and improvements
Topic: Wish list for Helicon Filter v.5
Replies: 73
Views: 57776

Re: Wish list for Helicon Filter v.5

thanks Stas, how about windows based phones? I guess it would need to be supported by the manufactures. Have you had a look at this guys stuff, porting a Nintendo DS http://www.gizmag.com/nintendo-ds-digital-slr-controller/14746/ just a bit of food for thoughts. In order to get the best focus throug...
by tived
15.10.2010 16:05
Forum: Helicon Filter: General
Topic: What makes Helicon Focus tick on the computer? Computer conf
Replies: 3
Views: 2859

Re: What makes Helicon Focus tick on the computer? Computer

Thanks Stas, So, a little dual processor with six cores each and 24-48GB of ram, a handfull of SSD's and HDD's, all raid-0, a decent graphics card, should fit the bill then. but...would you get better performance with 2x 12 core at 2Ghz then 2x6 cores at 4Ghz? (oopps underclock that to 3.33Ghz) :-) ...
by tived
14.10.2010 16:54
Forum: Helicon Filter: Suggestions and improvements
Topic: Wish list for Helicon Filter v.5
Replies: 73
Views: 57776

Re: Wish list for Helicon Filter v.5 or v.6

I wish, the for the next version there would be a HF remote plugin, that would run on a more mobile device so that you can take it out in the field. Something like a little netbook, even an iPhone or a Nokia N900 (tablet phones) The important factors here is flexibility, portability The ability to s...
by tived
14.10.2010 16:43
Forum: Helicon Filter: General
Topic: What makes Helicon Focus tick on the computer? Computer conf
Replies: 3
Views: 2859

What makes Helicon Focus tick on the computer? Computer conf

Hi Everyone, What a great little program here, but man does it require some computing power!? So, what will make HF tick, what in the computer will improve the performance (eg. the speed at which a stack is processed?) CPU(s) the speed (Ghz) and number of Cores? Multi-processors (eg. 2 or more CPU's...
by tived
13.10.2010 15:16
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Problems with Helicon Remote
Replies: 3
Views: 2077

Re: Problems with Helicon Remote

Stas, You Da Man! It works! I can now use both my Canon 1D MK III and Mk IV, I better go down and get the 5D Mk II and Mk I and see if they too work. Now I know I am pushing out friendship here :-) but what are the lowest specs you can run Helicon Remote with? I have to go to a remote site, in the A...
by tived
13.10.2010 02:30
Forum: Helicon Remote
Topic: Problems with Helicon Remote
Replies: 3
Views: 2077

Problems with Helicon Remote

Hi, I have both Canon 1D Mk III and IV, but Helicon Remote will only operate with my Mk IV, it sees the Mk III, but it just freezes. It shows that its a Mk III that is connected, but in the preview area it just says that the camera is not connected. this is using Vista on a HP Laptop DV9000 (2.4Ghz,...
by tived
18.09.2010 18:09
Forum: Gallery
Topic: Focus stacked landscape pano
Replies: 10
Views: 13093

Re: Focus stacked landscape pano

Batch processing of images would be really handy, have a look at Photomatix, and their Batch processor for HDR. There you can specify the number if images in the HDR stack, and process, something similar could be done here (and just to add to it a bit, do panoramic stitching, hdr and focus stacking)...

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