was it you that got her to reinstate notifications too?
if so, great!
if not, you are still just fine. (:^D
thank you for your follow-up on this! the two things are not really the same at all, they just have the same name.
that explains a lot about why instagram can provide what they -call- hyperlapse as a free app while the ms-kia product needs 50k edits by two editors over 6 weeks to make a 90 second clip from an undisclosed amount of original footage.
note that the raw footage that winds up in the 90 second clip isn't being taken by the skateboarder, but comes from an external source that is a product of the photographer and post processed by 2 editors. this is also a bit different from the you tube clips that show how the point-of-view videos were processed from herky jerky videos down to smoothed out but very lossy videos. i didn't see any description at y.t. about how much post processing was required to make them smooth but blurry instead of jumpy. the video at the conversations site was not just in another league but another world.
they licensed and used a number of other things like their cdma and lte tech. should be able to do it with here.
just zoom in, or out, on any part of the historical price record chart and pick whatever pattern you want to believe in. they all work equally well, i.e. not at all.
how can he be saved?
from the eternal grave?
from the song "wally" by the who
no worries on checking out the iphone app from instagram. neither one of us can use it. anyway even if it is cute \^:
my concern: it looks like they are promoting hyperlapse as a research product/project when it is already available in a free app from someone who doesn't, yet, support their phones.
i'm also wondering if you see some likely tie-in with here that will be an income stream as a consumer product. as a promotional idea it's cool but it needed to be put out there to be seen a year or so ago in order to start to drive revenue now. and it will still need to compete against free once ms-kia takes the step to get it here-ized with the real nokia's mapping tech.
yes, very well done!
the page mentions the cloud storage and the 50k edits needed for the collaboration: 2 editors worked for 6 weeks re-assembling the raw frames into the final video.
any thoughts on a consumer product that could be sold or a time frame for availability?
the instagram app is currently free and iphone-only. here could be used to identify the shooting site and provide info about it. is that something consumers want to buy, now or in the future?
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all they did was encourage s.c.o. to sue, give them in apropos 'evidence' based on xenix and loan them money to finance the lawsuits. what did they do wrong? (o$[7
instagram implements it:
"Instagram introduces Hyperlapse video app that produces time-lapse photography"
"Did you ever watch a stadium fill up using time-lapse photography and think it would be cool to shoot your own videos like that? Now you can. Instagram has launched its Hyperlapse app, that allows users to create high-quality time-lapse videos. Built in image stabilization means that the video comes out looking as though you had used a tripod to keep it steady. This allows you to film the time-lapse sequence even if you're on the move. Unlike Apple's own time-lapse feature that should be introduced on iOS 8, Instagram's Hyperlapse includes an option to control the playback speed of the video from 1x to 12x.
No account is required to sign in, and creating a time-lapse video requires nothing more than a single tap to capture video. Afterwards, you can upload your video to Facebook and Instagram, or save it to the camera roll on your device..
Instagram Hyperlapse is a free download, and is available for iOS devices only, from the Apple App Store. No word yet from Instagram about versions of the app for Android or Windows Phone."
all here needs to monetize this will be a way to offer consumers something they are willing to pay for.
the public writes them off today, msft writes them off next quarter.
so you're still running 7.0 on both p.c. and phone then.
your list of problems is very short.
as well as your list of references to others with any actual issues.
together they speak volumes. but not about problems with here.
today is the first time i've seen his site.
heard about it a lot, but never been there before.
yeah, that's what you said about web o.s. too!
oh, wait, you were right ... (-;
if it was posted for a few minutes, or longer, and then deleted then it was likely done through human intervention.
if it was whacked immediately then it was done by the board software.
what actually happened?
i was going to say don't tell him, it's fun to watch him flounder.
but if he hasn't found out yet there really isn't any risk that he ever will! X-D
well, it hasn't needed to be reliable before. now they have to be able to perform, not just be there by default.
may be they will do what they did with skype to keep it online and handle the traffic ; use linux servers to stabilize the service.
as long as they keep it hidden behind akamai no one will know unless there are internal leaks.
next step: develop a wetware firewall to keep the employees from giving their info away. (-;
why is there a picture of a couple of [fictional] sheep ranchers displayed in that article?
what analogies should we draw from that? X-D
or pack of wein-ies? sauced on rheinwein. blasted on bhang?
they don't seem to care about the engineers accomplishments, just his physical attributes.
makes you wonder where/how they got their info. X-D X-D X-D