[MPA] Real Time A/V FX Advice

lazy right eye lazyrighteye at hotmail.com
Wed Feb 26 12:34:36 PST 2003

Hmmm, as I'm not sitting behind my G4 now, I'm not sure what video card it 
has under the hood. I'll add I do run 2, 17" monitors at home. It's the 
G4/500, DVD-RAM model... if that helps anyone.

All this info is great. Very helpfuyl. Getting the wheels spinning. Whereas 
before, they were sort of sputtering. I knew these things could be done 
(just not sure how), and hoped it possible on a Mac. Looks like I've got 
some fun experimenting ahead. Good luck indeed.

Thank again, and keep em coming, should any thoughts pop up.


----Original Message Follows----
From: Ralph Garrett <ralphbones at kc.rr.com>
Reply-To: "Mac Pro Audio List" <MacProAudio at lists.themacintoshguy.com>
To: "Mac Pro Audio List" <MacProAudio at lists.themacintoshguy.com>
Subject: Re: [MPA] Real Time A/V FX Advice
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 13:16:37 -0600

On Wednesday, Feb 26, 2003, at 11:57 US/Central, lazy right eye wrote:

>I have actually downloaded G-Force, but have yet to experiment. I'll dive 
>into it asap.
>Off hand, do you know if it runs in 10.2.4?
>Can I record the audio in Peak LE as well as project these fun visuals? If 
>so, would the G3 iBook be able to handle such tasks, or would the G4 tower 
>better handle this?

There is a standalone G-Force (G-Force Pro 2.2.a3) that runs under 10.2.4 
but it's a beta and I haven't used it yet.  G-Force 2.2 Standalone runs on 
9.2 and works fine. There are many ways to customize it.
  I would recommend you use both computers, one for visuals, one for 
recording. If your iBook only mirrors the desktop you'll need the G4 anyway. 
What kind of video card is in the G4? If it can drive 2 monitors, you could 
try running G-Force and Peak in 10.2.4.


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