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I think it stems from that because the higher the compression the longer it takes to do.No, it has to do with quality.
If anything digital work would look sharper and more controlled than hand drawn. If it's thick and blurry it's either because they want it that way, or it's not produced in enough dimension, or not produced with enough aesthetics to show raw strokes in HD and thus hidden in blur intentionally. Still, you can believe that is the best quality of line that can be rendered in HD with digital. We'll have to agree to disagree. I know better as an amateur digital artist and after seeing the rare anime digitally produced for HD.But it’s not that rare at all anymore....
However, D stated that if we wanted the site to eventually become a business (which we do), having a .net/.org domain would make us less likely to be taken seriously, and would be bad for our image..org should avoid being a business due to its historical meaning, but .net not being taken seriously is nonsense. The issue you want to avoid is someone else having the .com address since it’s the one people would try.
Ben-hur, considering one of the greatest movies of all time was supposedly cruel to animals as well. I believe most of that was from wrecking the racing chariots and having a crash.Yes, although the guys ultimately responsible for mistreating the horses were apparently about as kind to the stuntmen. According to hella reliable sources.
I've seen 1080 rips that look BD quality at less than 100 megs an episode. Then you have groups which release the same thing at 500+ megs per episode. It's all about the encoding process. Some groups know what they are doing (Deadfish) and some do not (Coalgirls). Not that I know anything about this sort of thing. Now someone will come in and argue about 10 bit matters you bastard and FLAC quality matters you bastard and to them I say save your finger breath.So a few times in high school I got into some rather animated discussions with this fellow about encoding and stuff but ultimately we both kind of admitted we knew about this stuff to some extent but not quite to the extent we’d like.
That was why I ignored it at first. I only got around to watching it because my sister wanted to watch it and I was like "Well, okay, why not I guess". I was surprised at how good and crazy it was. I was expecting Sailor Moon and came out with... I don't know what.
The term you're looking for is suburban for future reference.To me, that sounded less “suburban” and more “small town” (at least in American terminology), since suburban somewhat implies an overriding relationship with a nearby city.
You got me, I read this with a Russian accent.I have known a few great Internet Russians over the years, some of them here even.
My MIPS assembly is a bit rusty, but that's indirect addressing, isn't it? Meaning it would beClose. In MIPS, immediate values for arithmetic are sign-extended 16-bit numbers, so (as posted) the code does
v0 <- 0xffff
address r0+0000=000000000 <- v0
I don't know what the N64 has at address 0, but it really doesn't seem like r0 itself.
Gamers have always been saying that every time a new "advanced" console or game comes out. Remember when the very first Mortal Kombat came out? Everyone said that was good graphics because it was state of the art at the time, hell they even said digitized graphics were the future of games.It kind of reminds me... I didn’t usually get suckered in by graphics or anything like that when I was a kid, but I remember this one time they had this store demo of this game that looked so real on this gigantic screen.