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    For RED to commit to porting their code to Metal...

    For RED to commit to porting their code to Metal ... it seems reasonable to assume it would be to both leverage balancing the processing load over multiple (4) GPUs, and for a new Metal API to...
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    RISC V does have a place at the table for...

    RISC V does have a place at the table for extensions to CPUs with fixed instruction sets.
    (This being the reason ARM next revision of ISA caters for custom ISA extensions).

    In the mobile space,...
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    In 2 years time, tools will be more prevalent to...

    In 2 years time, tools will be more prevalent to more readily replace today’s dedicated separate CPU, DSP, FPGA & ASICs, interconnects and memory with dedicated package with local (or in chip) HBM...
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    This is awesome. Thankyou for looking out for...

    This is awesome.

    Thankyou for looking out for the community.

    AJ
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    It wouldn’t surprise me if in the next two weeks,...

    It wouldn’t surprise me if in the next two weeks, there is a Metal optimised version of R3D playback in the Red SDK.

    As Apple’s new ML core (in the iPhone) houses 1TFLop of h/w accelerated matrix...
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    2 x 30? Watt batteries. Does that mean that...

    2 x 30? Watt batteries.

    Does that mean that Komodo can run:
    +) For 2 hours with two full batteries
    +) or 1 x battery hotswap each hour ad infinitum

    Low weight = good for Drone, Gimbal, Remote...
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    Patent Question : [5 second answer at 1:08]...

    Patent Question :

    [5 second answer at 1:08] https://www.uspto.gov/patent/laws-and-regulations/leahy-smith-america-invents-act-implementation

    The 'Leahy-Smith America Invents Act (AIA)'...
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    If RED are not using Gemini and an underlying...

    If RED are not using Gemini and an underlying sensor pixel technology - could this be :

    +) Larger pixels (pixels more sensitive to light ... in need of ND under normal use?)
    +) Higher Signal to...
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    1) Check to see the firmware version is actually...

    1) Check to see the firmware version is actually the latest for the SH.
    -> if not, take everything off the camera with the exception of the SH.
    This will increase the chance the SH will advertise...
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    They lost Ive but gained Filippo (ARMs Lead...

    They lost Ive but gained Filippo (ARMs Lead coherent mesh network / Lead lower power CPU / Lead high power desktop CPU architectural designer...).

    What is puzzling : Apple has gone to great...
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    Apple need all the big frameworks and (3D...

    Apple need all the big frameworks and (3D intensive) software to be ported into Metal, and no doubt have a $$$ war chest to make that a reality over the next couple of years.

    For as long as what...
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    What would be interesting is if Apple don’t limit...

    What would be interesting is if Apple don’t limit on the number of CPU cores recognised by MacOs.

    If 64 cores are ‘allowed’, and the Afterburner is just a PCIe device ... what are the chances that...
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    The live stream is fascinating :-) AJ

    The live stream is fascinating :-)

    AJ
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    Misha, Algorithms with few variables, small...

    Misha,

    Algorithms with few variables, small memory footprint and mathematics that resemble the native assembler of a CPU can run incredibly efficiently on a CPU.

    That same algorithm may or may...
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    I think JL alluded to Proxy-Free R3D processing...

    I think JL alluded to Proxy-Free R3D processing on the MMP / and a Metal optimised R3D SDK.
    +) I presume the first part of this refers to Apple breaking their own rules (by extending the OS to...
  16. Whoa! Fun stuff :-) AJ

    Whoa!

    Fun stuff :-)

    AJ
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    If the Afterburner + 32GB HBM2 (GPU memory) : -...

    If the Afterburner + 32GB HBM2 (GPU memory) :
    - Can handle realtime 8K R3D decoding & Debayering
    - Use less wattage than a Generic GPU for the Hardware Accelerated workloads
    - and Offload the CPU...
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    Apples Afterburner has no parallel in the PC...

    Apples Afterburner has no parallel in the PC world.

    If an FPGA is liberally used to perform computationally expensive tasks (Decode, Encode, Debayer, Denoise) and it has has access to ample memory...
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    Awesome news! AJ

    Awesome news!

    AJ
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    It is fascinating that Apple have decided to go...

    It is fascinating that Apple have decided to go FGPA.

    I am guessing that FGPA's low latency was critical for Apples AR/VR ambition - which then opened up the option for select Metal code (or new...
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    Hi Naim, I guess I should have created a...

    Hi Naim,

    I guess I should have created a specific video to explain!

    So - at 00:08 in the following video there is a ‘heart’ in the top right of the screen.
    https://vimeo.com/268858546

    +)...
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    With Intelís Foveros architecture catering for 1Kw per SoC, and NVís / AMD high end data centre GPUís likely competing with Intels Xe GPU - It seems probable that future HPCs will need upward of 2Kw...
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    With Apples fortunes more linked to services than...

    With Apples fortunes more linked to services than Mac sales, it would seem prudent for Apple to give an update on (or demo of) their high end ambition - or risk the hangers-on migrating to...
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    If Apple are making the big move to ARM in...

    If Apple are making the big move to ARM in 2020/21 ... Why would they remove 32bit x86 compatibility from MacOs this year?

    Those utilising tools or Apps that are (still) only available 32bit x86...
  25. Phil, This is an awesome test. Do you think...

    Phil,

    This is an awesome test.

    Do you think people have got used to the sharpened look that Alexa bake in?
    The vividness adds a degree of ruggedness to the mans beard.
    It seems to distribute...
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