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DCWalt

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About DCWalt

  • Title
    Member
  • Birthday Oct 22, 1992

Profile Information

  • Location
    Arizona
  • Gender
    Male
  • Occupation
    Film School

System

  • CPU
    Intel 3770k
  • Motherboard
    ASUS Maximus V Extreme
  • RAM
    G.SKILL Trident X 16GB (8GBx2) 2400Mhz
  • GPU
    2x ASUS 970 SRIX
  • Case
    Corsair 600T Arctic White
  • Storage
    256GB Samsung 840 Pro and 2 storage HDDs
  • PSU
    850W Seasonic 80 Plus Gold
  • Display(s)
    ASUS PB278Q 27" 1440p
  • Cooling
    Corsair h100i
  • Keyboard
    Corsair K70, Cherry MX Red
  • Mouse
    Mad Catz M.M.O. 7
  • Sound
    Objective 2
  • Operating System
    Windows 7

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  1. everything basically. i need to be able to lay out dynamic shots with no camera op and feel as unlimited as possible by the gear. I need to be able to set it up and then let it do it's thing while i'm in front of the camera
  2. Long story short I need a way to film myself entirely by myself with no crew. Is Syrp worth investing in? The stuff they make seems pretty versatile and expandable but I always worry with this kind of stuff. It feels like if you don't spend 25K on a setup then it's going to be shit... The Syrp stuff seems perfect for me in theory but is it more limited than it looks, is the software crap and is it going to fall apart on me? I can't afford to spend the money purely on the hope that it won't make a problem out of it's self or be a junk heap in a year.
  3. I ended up going with the RG280V. it wasn't much cheaper but it's smaller and i really came to the conclusion that the more expensive handhelds really can't run anything this one can't... i mean, they CAN but not well enough for me to want to use them in the first place so what's the point of having more power if it's just waisted? And for the consoles i want to play, i don't need the dual sticks so i opted for something that was more easily pocketable. Plus, and i know it's probably silly but the sticks on the retroid pocket 2 are completely mismatched. one is a proper stick but t
  4. I was mainly considering the RG280V because i'm only interested in Gameboy, Gameboy advance and PS1 and none of them use analogue sticks... ok i guess the PS1 did eventually get them... i'll have to look into how many games actually use them. i wanted to play silent hill. Point being, the RGS351p looks great and it does have the analogue sticks but practically speaking, it still can't play anything that the RG280V can't. like, ok it can run N64 better but it still runs it badly so there's really no point in paying for the extra power if ultimately it makes no difference.
  5. Hey, i tried posting this in Hobby Electronics but didn't get a response so i thought i would try here. The three I'm looking at are the Ambernic RG280V, Ambernic RG351P and the Retroid Pocket 2. I know the Retroid Pocket 2 is technicaly the most powerfull of the three but i'm leaning toward the Ambernic RG280V for it's size and I'm mostly just interested in Gameboy, Gameboy advance and PS1 and everything i've looked at says it runs all of them just fine and it's the cheapest of three. I'm also trying to figure out the most trustworthy place to buy these thi
  6. I'm looking for a small sound bar that will be good for music. I'm not interested in all kinds of digital tweaks for movies or anything like that. I know it would be better to get bookshelf speakers or a proper stereo system but I'm working with tight space constraints and a sound bar seems like my best bet. I need it to have as small a footprint as possible and have as wide a frequency range as possible for roughly $200-$250. Does anyone have any experience with the Bose TV Speaker or have any alternate suggestions? It would be nice to have a subwoofer but it would nee
  7. I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask or if i should be posting in mobile gamming but i figured retro handhelds are more of a niche hobby thing so hear I am. The three I'm looking at are the Ambernic RG280V, Ambernic RG351P and the Retroid Pocket 2. I know the Retroid Pocket 2 is technicaly the most powerfull of the three but i'm leaning toward the Ambernic RG280V for it's size and I'm mostly just interested in Gameboy, Gameboy advance and PS1 and everything i've looked at says it runs all of them just fine and it's the cheapest of three. I'm also tr
  8. I had to replace owner on sub containers and objects THEN change the inheritable permissions but it worked. thank you
  9. "An error has occurred while applying security information: (file name here)". I get a thousand of these messages for different files in the structure when I try
  10. "An error has occurred while applying security information: (file name here)". i get a thousand of these messages for different files in the structure
  11. Long story short, new computer, old hard drive. trying to open a project from the old hard drive. every folder and all of their contents, my account doesn't have access to. i've been going through and manually adding my permissions to each folder. I finally unlocked all the folders only to find that I would have to do that for every file as well. That's hundreds of files. There has to be a way to just change my permission for the entire drive or folder structure right?
  12. except no it doesn't, that's why I'm here
  13. but that only works for the highlighted folders. what about all the other folds inside those folders? there's like a hundred folders to go through
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