REAPER is a powerful Windows application for multitrack recording and editing of audio. REAPER provides a flexible but easy to use interface that is suitable for amateurs and professionals alike.
For a long time music recording has been difficult for those who could not get access to professional recording studios. The inability to afford expensive equipment has often confined many musicians to the world of second rate equipment, discouraging their ambitions to realize their true musical potential.
XnConvert is a cross-platform batch image-converter and resizer with a powerful and ease of use experience. All common picture and graphics formats are supported (i.e. JPG, PNG, TIFF, GIF, Camera RAW, JPEG2000, WebP, OpenEXR) as well as supporting over 500 other image formats.
iTunes makes it easy to play and organize music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and more. Forget rifling through stacks of CDs or flipping through channels. iTunes puts your entire music and video collection a mere click away, giving you an all-access pass to thousands of hours of digital entertainment. Browse. Organize. Play. All from your Mac or PC.
RawTherapee is an advanced raw image processor with a wide range of powerful features for processing the raw photos from your digital camera. Demosaicing, advanced color handling, exposure and tonality tools, denoising methods, and more are right at hand in the configurable interface. It supports JPEG, BMP, TIFF and PNG, among other file types.
Free test program, running on 32 and 64-bit Windows, OSX, iOS and Android platforms, by the help of which you can obtain detailed information regarding the OpenGL properties of the graphics controller and you can modify some settings of the registry.
VueScan supports over 1500 flatbed and film scanners and 321 digital camera raw file types, and is available for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux. It automatically adjusts images to optimum color balance, which reduces the need to manually do this in Photoshop.
Cinebench is a free benchmark program for Windows (both 32 and 64-bit) and Mac OS. It uses a platform-independent benchmarking method, providing great accuracy in comparing basically different systems. Its benchmark results reflect the speed of the CPU and the OpenGL performance of the graphics controller.
PTGui is panoramic stitching software for Windows and Mac OSX. Originally developed as a Graphical User Interface for Panorama Tools (hence the name), PTGui now is a full featured photo stitching application.
Racket is a programming language. Racket's interactive mode encourages experimentation, and quick scripts easily compose into larger systems. Small scripts and large systems both benefit from native-code JIT compilation. When a system gets too big to keep in your head, you can add static types.
As announced last year during the WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) event, Apple will deprecate support for 32-bit apps in future versions of its macOS operating system for Mac computers.
Apple released earlier the first beta update of the upcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 software update, which implements a new 64-bit testing mode to prepare users for deprecation of macOS 32-bit support.
Apple published a new blog post on Friday on its developer website reminding all devs that it will no longer accept 32-bit apps in the Mac App Store starting January 1, 2018.
MacDrive gives you hassle-free, seamless access to Mac files on Mac disks directly from Windows. You can open, edit and save files on Mac disks, as well as create new disks and repair damaged ones. MacDrive is like having a Mac interpreter in your PC.
Apple started requiring new iOS apps to include 64-bit binaries back in iOS 8, but developers with 32-bit apps already in the App Store were allowed to stay. The writing was on the wall, however, and Apple since then has pushed for its entire ecosystem to go 64-bit, culminating with an announcement earlier this year that all apps, legacy or not, must move to 64-bit for iOS 11.
Apple announced the next major update to iOS at WWDC 2017 today, calling it, you guessed it, iOS 11. Three devices will lose support, making the OS exclusive to 64-bit devices, and while the company didn't explicitly say so during its keynote, 64-bit apps.
Apple’s intention to drop 32-bit support isn’t a surprise, the Cupertino-based company has been hinting at the new move for quite some time now, ever since it started sending notifications to update apps to improve compatibility.
App analytics firm Sensor Tower conducted a survey on the assumption that Apple’s next major iOS update could remove 32-bit support. This would mean that nearly 200,000 apps from the App Store would be rendered obsolete.
The recently-released iOS 10.3 beta 1 provides us with a glimpse into how Apple sees the future of the platform, as new evidence indicates that support for 32-bit apps is very likely to be pulled.
CodeWeavers' Josh DuBois informs Softpedia today, December 13, 2016, about the general availability of the final release of CrossOver 16.0.0 commercial graphical user interface for Wine.
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