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    twdawson's Avatar
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    Feb 08, 2006
    Newcastle upon Tyne, England
    Intel Mac Mini with LG Flatron 20" widescreen LCD
    Hi all

    I was going to order Aperture to run on my Imac G5 to handle all my photography that i am now into, just as well i checked the minimum specs on the Apple website. It say's a 1.8 ghz processor or faster.
    My Imac is only 15 months old and already i cant run some of the latest software on it. Its a 1.6 ghz G5.

    It makes my blood boil oh well Apples loss, come on Adobe hopefully you will get lightroom right and i will buy that instead.

    Is it just me or is anyone else angry when things like this happen.

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    sarahsboy18's Avatar
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    Jan 30, 2005
    Fort Worth, Texas
    Mac Pro, 8-Core 2.8Ghz, 10GB RAM, 2x1TB HDDs, iPod U2 Edition
    Apparently you don't totally understand what Aperture or Lightroom are really made for. Real time RAW processing is not the same as playing around in iPhoto or even RAW processing in Photoshop. It requires sifting through and processing large quanities of image data each time you view an image. I have tried both Aperture and Lightroom and neither are are impressive from a performance standpoint on my G5 2.0ghz... The chips are still having trouble keeping up with the software. Just 15 months months ago real time RAW management hardly existed... much less were there machines capable of running it with decent performance. I've seen guys with quad g5s complain about the performance.

    Times change... get used to it.
    "If you had a friend who was a tightrope walker, and you were walking down a sidewalk, and he fell, that would be completely unacceptable." -Mitch Hedberg

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    Jun 11, 2003
    Mount Vernon, WA
    MacBook Pro 2.6 GHz Core 2 Duo 4GB RAM OS 10.5.2
    I really like Lightroom.. and yeah Aperture takes some serious power.

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    Jun 05, 2006
    if you learn aperture it can be a great tool! for workflow. Just this last weekend i shot over 200 raw images, makes editing the raws a breeze!
    Mac Book Pro 17" 2 Gig Ram, 120 gig

    Canon 1dMarkII // Canon 20D// Some Lenses
    Bonzai Photography!Click me!

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    Odin_aa's Avatar
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    Jul 07, 2005
    North Boston, NY
    PowerMac G5 2.3 ghz 6.5 GB ram 20" cinema display ..15" Macbook Pro 2.33 Core 2 Duo 2 Gig RAM
    I wish I knew the specs of the machine I watched the aperture "sales demo" at the apple store was. It seemed to go pretty quick there.

    Lightroom just came out with an update, I have not tried it since downloading the update. It does a fine job, but is also slow.

    New servers, much faster than before

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