[rescue] some stuff I'm trying to find
aaronfinley at gmail.com
Tue Jan 9 13:05:08 CST 2007
On 1/9/07, Joshua Boyd <jdboyd at jdboyd.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 08, 2007 at 08:43:52PM -0500, Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. wrote:
> > I believe you can put the max impact in slots 1 through 3 (3 lower slots)
> > and the G160 in slot 4.... but of course then your out of room if you
> > wanted various VIVO solutions...
> And that is why I think that High Impact is potentially so great.
> But then, what is any of that stuff without software, which is generally
> lacking for the cheap, and even in the not cheap field, how much really
> takes full advantage of the hardware? I don't know about all the other
> software on all the other hardware, but at a minimum Flint on the O2
> fails in some significant ways to make full use of the hardware.
I ran IFX Piranha , Nothing Real Shake , Silicon Grail Chalice &
Rayz  on my I2 MAX. IFX can be very nice about hobbyists licensing
on old machines. A combination of all fo them worked very well while I
was "learning." IFX Piranha took full advantage of the hardware and
was wonderful to even when I had a High Impact, and was even more
impressive with a Max Impact. Much, much, faster than say, Shake on my
newest dual Xeon box.
I made this hippy-dippy little brochure back in high school with
Shake, the Tinder plugins (glass), and Piranha. I worked at full 300
dpi resolution so I could print on an old 3M Rainbow dyesub that I
bought. I can't remember if this is full res but 'tis good for
Definitely my favorite of all the machines I've owned.
 Bought by Apple, Apple has continued Shake, but not Rayz or Chalice.
-- Aaron Finley
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