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  • #56800
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    cat’s eyes
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    HI,

    I wait to receive my two sets of Dlive, end of this week or next week…., i’m impatient to take hands on…, and i would think you for the new firmware and Director editor, still waiting for GigaAce card… may question is :

    – what the minimum characteristic required for Director to run on tablet PC?

    – witch type of tablet already test with director ?

    I planet to buy a tablet to help engineer to do his job, I can choose one of two table that I find in my computer store :

    HP Pavilion x2 – 10, Intel® Atom™ Z2520 (1,2 GHz, 2 coeurs), 2 Go 1 333 MHz DDR3L, 32 Go Storage, 10.1”, Windows 8.1
    Asus T100TAF, Quad-Core Processer (2M Cache, 1.33 GHz, up to 1.83 GHz), 1Go RAM,32 Go Storage, 10.1″, Windows® 8.1

    I hope that can run director, i will be great.

    Think you for your help

    #56806
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    Nicola A&H
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    Minimum system requirements:
    Resolution 1024×768 (recommended 1280×800)
    250MB free HD memory
    4GB RAM (recommended 8GB)
    2GHz Dual Core processor

    We tested on a Microsoft Surface Pro.

    #56818
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    ddff_lv
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    Is iPad version also coming?

    ddff

    #56832
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    Biggsounds
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    Oh god, please let there be an iPad app coming, I don’t need more devices in my life 😉

    #56837
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    Nicola A&H
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    Rest assured there is an iPad app coming. It will be aimed at live mixing (no offline editing). If you want full access including system setup and patch, for example in a surface-less application, Director is the way to go!

    #56851
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    Biggsounds
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    Director is fantastic Nicola, definitely no complaints there, but doing monitors with a MacBook is clumsy 😉 any timing updates on the iPad app?

    #56877
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    cheu78
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    If it will be like the new ipad App for the Qu series (1.91), it will be great and really intuitive and fast to work on..
    Custom layers are really cool!! 🙂
    Thank you A&H!!

    howdy

    Cheu

    #56895
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    SteffenR
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    so what about Android? Still some Appele Haters out there…

    #56928
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    Biggsounds
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    Steffen, from the perspective I’ve heard about the app development, the biggest issue with Android is the hardware uncertainty… all well and good if you’re loading it on a Galaxy tablet or equivalent quality, but A&H aren’t likely to want to deal with support questions for people trying to run an app requiring serious computing power on a $70 generic chinese tablet (I own one of those I was given for free, which is about what it’s worth – damn thing would have a hard time running Angry Birds let alone be a stable platform for mixing a band on!)… love them or hate them, at least Apple provides some certainty for minimum hardware requirements 😉

    #57181
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    Michael
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    I’m an android user through and through when it comes to mobile phones, but when it comes to tablets, Apple is still king from a hardware perspective. (Don’t get me started on the closed ecosystem, though.)

    I would be very happy to mix on an iPad.

    #57264
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    Using a Surface Pro 4 here, Director works great on it. Stylus makes a huge difference vs my fat fingers. Also enjoy the fact that I can have Wireless Workbench running and my PA’s DSP running and at my fingertips as well. After having the full option of Director at my fingertips, I cannot see myself going with the iPad app when it does come out.

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