The original Loupedeck custom photo-editing console was solely engineered to work with Lightroom (Classic CC only), but the next-generation console, known as Loupedeck+, builds on this with support for Skylum Aurora HDR as well. There are a number of other improvements to Loupedeck+, which the company says are the result of feedback from users. The configuration software for Loupedeck+ has also been built from scratch for what promises to be an even better, faster and more stable photo-editing e
Getting sharp photos is one of the fundamental goals in photography. 5 Your Photos Aren't Sharp: Subject movementIt doesn't matter how rock-steady the camera is, if the subject is moving the image will be blurred. A shutter speed of 1/60sec or 1/125sec is usually fast enough to freeze a walking person, but you'll need to push the shutter speed up with faster moving subjects. Then half-press the shutter release to focus the lens, before recomposing the shot while keeping the shutter release butto
For the iron-willed survivalists among you who think that Frostpunk's "hard" mode is too damn easy, today's 1.10 update introduces the new Survivor Mode promised last month. The mode, which I assume is named ironically, ratchets up the challenge by eliminating the ability to pause the game unless you open a menu, and only saving progress when you exit. The core difficulty is also cranked up in Survivor Mode: Developer 11 Bit Studios didn't get into the details but said that "meeting the people's
Especially when some pale, faceless goons are trying to run you off the road and beat you to death. Beware, which we first heard about in 2016, is a driving horror game. There's a free demo out now, and I took it for a spin. Beginning on a darkened road, I drove for a while, waiting for some horror to happen. In addition to trying to outpace the ghoulish pursuers, there's a mysterious 'mission' hidden somewhere in the demo.
G.Skill has been testing the limits of DDR4, however, and is currently showcasing a range of performance kits at Computex, the fastest of which is a Trident Z RGB 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-5066 kit. "Chasing after the fastest possible memory speed, G.Skill once again breaks the limits and presents the Trident Z RGB DDR4-5066MHz extreme dual-channel kit built with Samsung 8Gb ICs, which is the highest frequency dual-channel memory on live demo display at Computex 2018," G.Skill said. We take that to mean
It’s my first day as a police officer in Flashing Lights, and I’ve just received my first call. “Aggressive driver in red vehicle seen in area, locate and stop,” the dispatcher says. My second call tasks me with catching another red car, which I do, but with less enthusiasm. “Aggressive driver in red vehicle…” I don’t read the rest. The red cars have won.
Just a few days ago, the rumored Intel Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition processor’s specs were laid bare by retail leaks, and now we know when the chip will debut. Ironically, in a post defaming retail leaks about the supposed special edition chip, Overclocker’s Gibbo let loose that the Intel Core i7-8086K Anniversary Edition will be announced and up for preorder on June 8th. According to the latest rumors, the Core i7-8086K will be the Intel’s fastest 6-core consumer processor yet. This increa
Among the recent crop of 4K and HDR monitors that have shown up in the marketplace, Asus has quietly introduced the ROG Strix XG248Q, a more basic display that focuses almost entirely on speed. "ROG Strix XG248Q is all about speed—making it the perfect monitor for esports and first-person shooters. This Full HD monitor is the fastest ever, with a 240Hz native refresh rate, 1ms response time, and Extreme Low Motion Blur technology for silky-smooth gameplay and ultra-realistic visuals," Asus says.
But while we're severely lacking in Outrun, we do now have Slipstream, and it's almost as good. The trick to being good at Slipstream is smoothly controlling the drift, and navigating around traffic as you skid. It's tricky to master, but feels good regardless. In those situations it's handy, but not so revelatory that it feels worth naming the entire game after. After all, it's basically Outrun, and Outrun is great.
After promising not to patch during Dota Pro Circuit Majors, they showed some patience, and it paid off for everyone. Then, given the proximity to The International 8, Valve had something to say about further patches. According to Valve, they’ll have more focused patches to bring the game’s balance up to a professionally-viable level for The International 8. In their own words:The upcoming patches will be mostly focused on balance tweaks in preparation for The International. Plus, a ton of heroe