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Old 21-07-2004, 11:20 AM   #31
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Originally posted by Kevin
thx for your input azimuth - luckily we have 4 severs now with a massive bandwidth allowence on each!

also the add the dvdr feature is soon comming - this will give 56 kers the ability to have any tutorial on ther site sent to there house for the cost of only 2 or 3 points! pretty sweet hey!
All sounds very cool! (from a techincal stand point i'd love to now how much bandwidth this site needs per month ?)

With the implementation of the dvdr aimed at the modem users, will the downloadable tutorials ever increase in size and quality?

They are absolutly fine as they are in my eyes, but you have to imagine with a scenario like this using so much video bigger just has to be better?
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Old 21-07-2004, 11:26 AM   #32
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Originally posted by azimuth
All sounds very cool! (from a techincal stand point i'd love to now how much bandwidth this site needs per month ?)
We use around 600 gig a month.

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Old 21-07-2004, 09:12 PM   #33
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I dont know if any of you have seen the new codec H.264/AVC that Apple is going to use in Tiger. Its an open standard. Go see : http://www.apple.com/macosx/tiger/h264.html the quality is insane, its scalable so you could watch your simply maya tuts on your cell phone or your hdtv, etc...
So you might keep this in mind for the future.

Personnaly, I think the quality is very good. Sometime there are some glitches but 99% of the time its perfect and I cant imagine needing anything better.
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