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    MrMoco - MotionControlCameraRig
    posted by Andreas Martin Aanerud on June 13, 2014, 1:55 a.m.
    Hey,

    We just bought one, and now Im trying to learn their app Flair to controll the rig. is everyone using that application, or is there some more custom controlls around here ?

    a bit scared of Flair as it looks like it where made during the creation of Jurassic Park

    Best
    Andreas
    --
    _____________________________
    Andreas Martin Aanerud, ing.
    Cell: + 47 90978137
    email: a.m.aanerud@gmail.com
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    Hey,

    We just bought one, and now Im trying to learn their app Flair to controll the rig. is everyone using that application, or is there some more custom controlls around here ?

    a bit scared of Flair as it looks like it where made during the creation of Jurassic Park

    Best
    Andreas
    --
    _____________________________
    Andreas Martin Aanerud, ing.
    Cell: + 47 90978137
    email: a.m.aanerud@gmail.com

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  • 06/13/14--11:35: friday funnies. sort of. 8)
  • friday funnies. sort of. 8)
    posted by Greg Whynott on June 13, 2014, 2:35 p.m.
    I want to create a fake linked page and fill it with credentials from job titles taken from this page:

    http://www.bullshitjob.com/title/



    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    I want to create a fake linked page and fill it with credentials from job titles taken from this page:

    http://www.bullshitjob.com/title/




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  • 06/13/14--12:15: Linux Maya rental?
  • Linux Maya rental?
    posted by Brian Krusic on June 13, 2014, 3:15 p.m.
    I hear that Maya rentals are only available for Windows/Mac?

    Can this be seriously serious?

    - Brian

    SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green.

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    I hear that Maya rentals are only available for Windows/Mac?

    Can this be seriously serious?

    - Brian

    SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green.


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  • 06/13/14--12:20: Temp internet connection
  • Temp internet connection
    posted by Jeremy Smith on June 13, 2014, 3:20 p.m.

    Hello everyone,

     

    Just wondering if anyone has been in this situation before.  We are moving several members of our team into a new building (based in London); we placed an order to get fibre installed as this will be required going forward.  However due to additional works that need to be done that were not foreseen (digging up pavement etc etc) we are going to miss our deadline before we need to go live.

     

    I am thinking of getting an ADSL line installed, however we only need it for a month.  My question is… does anyone know of a quicker way to get BT to come and install a line.  I don’t know what the lead times normally are and it’s too late in the day to call anyone.  I don’t want to sign a year’s contract (month to month would be ideal) as we only need it for a few weeks, but we can’t live without email/basic internet for any duration of time.

     

    If anyone can suggest anything it would be appreciated.

     

    Thank you and looking forward to your reply

     

    Jeremy

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    Hello everyone,

     

    Just wondering if anyone has been in this situation before.  We are moving several members of our team into a new building (based in London); we placed an order to get fibre installed as this will be required going forward.  However due to additional works that need to be done that were not foreseen (digging up pavement etc etc) we are going to miss our deadline before we need to go live.

     

    I am thinking of getting an ADSL line installed, however we only need it for a month.  My question is… does anyone know of a quicker way to get BT to come and install a line.  I don’t know what the lead times normally are and it’s too late in the day to call anyone.  I don’t want to sign a year’s contract (month to month would be ideal) as we only need it for a few weeks, but we can’t live without email/basic internet for any duration of time.

     

    If anyone can suggest anything it would be appreciated.

     

    Thank you and looking forward to your reply

     

    Jeremy


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  • 06/13/14--19:00: Math is hard
  • Math is hard
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on June 13, 2014, 10 p.m.
    Trying to lower license count in Office 365 console from 2 to 1:



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      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Trying to lower license count in Office 365 console from 2 to 1:




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    OT - Panasonic Wireless LAN Adapter
    posted by Brian Krusic on June 14, 2014, 6:30 p.m.
    Hi,

    Any one need a WiFi LAN adapter for there Panasonic TV?

    Its part # N5HBZ0000055

    New unused etc


    - Brian

    SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green.

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     
    Hi,

    Any one need a WiFi LAN adapter for there Panasonic TV?

    Its part # N5HBZ0000055

    New unused etc


    - Brian

    SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green.


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  • 06/16/14--08:10: 10GB SFP on Solaris 11
  • 10GB SFP on Solaris 11
    posted by William Sandler on June 16, 2014, 11:10 a.m. (1 day ago)
    Does anyone have this working? Specifically with the Intel X520-DA2? The card is on the Solaris HCL but fails to initialize. I opened a ticket with Oracle but thought maybe someone here has had this issue.

    Jun 14 03:11:32 XXXXX ixgbe: [ID 611667 kern.warning] WARNING: ixgbe1: Failed to initialize adapter


    I'm pretty sure my IXGBE is loading properly...

    root@XXXXXX:~# modinfo | grep ixgbe

    224 fffffffff823a000 31c10 135 1 ixgbe (Intel 10Gb Ethernet)

    root@XXXX:~# grep ixgbe /etc/path_to_inst

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340a@3/pci8086,3@0" 0 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340a@3/pci8086,3@0,1" 1 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci8086,3@0" 2 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci8086,3@0,1" 3 "ixgbe"



    William Sandler
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Does anyone have this working? Specifically with the Intel X520-DA2? The card is on the Solaris HCL but fails to initialize. I opened a ticket with Oracle but thought maybe someone here has had this issue.

    Jun 14 03:11:32 XXXXX ixgbe: [ID 611667 kern.warning] WARNING: ixgbe1: Failed to initialize adapter


    I'm pretty sure my IXGBE is loading properly...

    root@XXXXXX:~# modinfo | grep ixgbe

    224 fffffffff823a000 31c10 135 1 ixgbe (Intel 10Gb Ethernet)

    root@XXXX:~# grep ixgbe /etc/path_to_inst

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340a@3/pci8086,3@0" 0 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340a@3/pci8086,3@0,1" 1 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci8086,3@0" 2 "ixgbe"

    "/pci@0,0/pci8086,340c@5/pci8086,3@0,1" 3 "ixgbe"



    William Sandler

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    Primestream fork directly writing to NAS
    posted by Biju Krishnan on June 16, 2014, 2:21 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Hi,

    I'm trying to configure Hitachi NAS 4060 for use with Primestream Fork ingest application. While the ingest performance is good, the excercise renders approximately 3-4 hrs during an ingest of 1 hr. Performance of NFS is better but is prone to more errors. CIFS has fewer errors but is unable to perform as desired.

     

    Almost all the configurations I can see on the web use Fork with FC. The ones where NAS is used, have either a transcoder or some sort of local caching server in between the client and the NAS storage. 

     

    So my question is, does fork ingest ever work directly with NAS or is it not designed for that.

     

    I have very little knowledge of media systems and hence my question might miss information you need. Apologies in advance.

     

    Regards,

    Biju

    Thread Tags:
      hitachi storage, primestream, fork, nas 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    Hi,

    I'm trying to configure Hitachi NAS 4060 for use with Primestream Fork ingest application. While the ingest performance is good, the excercise renders approximately 3-4 hrs during an ingest of 1 hr. Performance of NFS is better but is prone to more errors. CIFS has fewer errors but is unable to perform as desired.

     

    Almost all the configurations I can see on the web use Fork with FC. The ones where NAS is used, have either a transcoder or some sort of local caching server in between the client and the NAS storage. 

     

    So my question is, does fork ingest ever work directly with NAS or is it not designed for that.

     

    I have very little knowledge of media systems and hence my question might miss information you need. Apologies in advance.

     

    Regards,

    Biju


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  • 06/17/14--05:50: projector rentals in London
  • projector rentals in London
    posted by Paul Nendick on June 17, 2014, 8:50 a.m.
    Hey All,

    Does anyone have recommendations for who might do rentals of projectors here in London?

    Thanks

    Paul
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hey All,

    Does anyone have recommendations for who might do rentals of projectors here in London?

    Thanks

    Paul

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    Reminder - Vancouver SSA meeting TODAY! :)
    posted by Ron Stinson on June 17, 2014, 9:50 a.m.

    Hi Everyone,

    I’d like to invite everyone in the Vancouver area, or those visiting to join us on June 17th for the Vancouver Sysadmins meeting. Please RSVP either by sending me an email or through the Studio Sysadmin website.

    Thanks, Ron

     

    Studio SysAdmins Vancouver - June 17, 2014

    for Ron (3)

    TOPICS:
-	TODAY’S INNOVATIONS IN STORAGE AND BACKUP/RECOVERY
-	THE ADOPTION OF COLLABORATION
               

     

     

     

     

     Time: 6:00pm—8:30pm

    Doors open at 5:30pm; Meeting starts at 6pm

    Date: June 17, 2014

    Place:685 Great Northern Way

     


    Presenter: Ash D’Costa, BSc                                             

    Chief Technical Officer

    Mainland Information Systems Ltd.             

     

    Topic 1) Today’s Innovations in Storage and Backup/Recovery

     

    Once upon a time a company called Sun Microsystems stated that the network is the computer and predicted that computers will become peripherals to storage.  Sun is now gone, but their uncanny premonition lives on.  Ever increasing storage demands has put some of the greatest pressures on computer systems infrastructure.  Disk performance expectations are at an all-time high and the demand for storage capacity seems to be insatiable.  These pressures have triggered two of new innovations in systems infrastructure: solid state (flash) storage arrays and out-of-band backup/recovery.

     

    In my presentation, I will be describing how the latest generation of flash storage systems can satisfy ultra-high storage performance needs while still delivering storage capacity nearly equivalent to today’s traditional spinning-disk storage arrays.  As well, I will be discussing a second innovation that addresses the unfortunate side-effect of rapidly increasing storage capacity: how do I back it all up without tanking the backup server(s)?  Imagine applying software-defined data center concepts to traditional backup/recovery infrastructure: separate the control plane from the data plane, creating a “backup-server-less” backup/recovery architecture with fewer bottlenecks than the traditional approach.

     

    I’m sure you’ll find this to be an informative session, so stop by armed with all your questions!

    Ash D’Costa - Chief Technology Officer

    Ash D’Costa - Chief Technology Officer

    Ash has over 20 years of IT experience. He began his career with MVS and VM mainframes, moving on to UNIX and Windows systems, and now into the virtual data centre infrastructures of today. As Mainland’s CTO, Ash helps guide the company’s technology direction by staying on top of the latest industry innovations and through regular interaction with Mainland’s customers and business partners. Ash holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of Alberta and lives in Calgary.

     

     


    Presenters:                          cid:4e2859b8-e872-414a-9af5-20fb5927cbb7@namprd07.prod.outlook.com

    Steven Taylor                                             

    President of igniteCSG

     

    John Legare

    Senior Collaboration Engineering

     

    Topic 2) The Adoption of Collaboration

     

    An update on some of the recent changes with Collaboration and how organizations are using these tools to bring about cultural change within their teams. 

     

    Speakers

     

    Steven Taylor, President of igniteCSG with over 17 years in the communication industry with a heavy focus on unified communication & video conferencing

     

    John Legare, Senior Collaboration Engineering with over 25 years in the communication industry specializing on new technologies to enhance communications  

     

     

    Sponsor of the Event:

 
cid:image013.jpg@01CF81A6.D7A8C570

    Parking is free

    OF COURSE BEER AND FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED  J

     

     

     

     



    This e-mail and any attachments are intended only for use by the addressee(s) named herein and may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are hereby notified any dissemination, distribution or copying of this email and any attachments is strictly prohibited. If you receive this email in error, please immediately notify the sender by return email and permanently delete the original, any copy and any printout thereof. The integrity and security of e-mail cannot be guaranteed.
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    Hi Everyone,

    I’d like to invite everyone in the Vancouver area, or those visiting to join us on June 17th for the Vancouver Sysadmins meeting. Please RSVP either by sending me an email or through the Studio Sysadmin website.

    Thanks, Ron

     

    Studio SysAdmins Vancouver - June 17, 2014

    for Ron (3)

    TOPICS:
-	TODAY’S INNOVATIONS IN STORAGE AND BACKUP/RECOVERY
-	THE ADOPTION OF COLLABORATION
               

     

     

     

     

     Time: 6:00pm—8:30pm

    Doors open at 5:30pm; Meeting starts at 6pm

    Date: June 17, 2014

    Place:685 Great Northern Way

     


    Presenter: Ash D’Costa, BSc                                             

    Chief Technical Officer

    Mainland Information Systems Ltd.             

     

    Topic 1) Today’s Innovations in Storage and Backup/Recovery

     

    Once upon a time a company called Sun Microsystems stated that the network is the computer and predicted that computers will become peripherals to storage.  Sun is now gone, but their uncanny premonition lives on.  Ever increasing storage demands has put some of the greatest pressures on computer systems infrastructure.  Disk performance expectations are at an all-time high and the demand for storage capacity seems to be insatiable.  These pressures have triggered two of new innovations in systems infrastructure: solid state (flash) storage arrays and out-of-band backup/recovery.

     

    In my presentation, I will be describing how the latest generation of flash storage systems can satisfy ultra-high storage performance needs while still delivering storage capacity nearly equivalent to today’s traditional spinning-disk storage arrays.  As well, I will be discussing a second innovation that addresses the unfortunate side-effect of rapidly increasing storage capacity: how do I back it all up without tanking the backup server(s)?  Imagine applying software-defined data center concepts to traditional backup/recovery infrastructure: separate the control plane from the data plane, creating a “backup-server-less” backup/recovery architecture with fewer bottlenecks than the traditional approach.

     

    I’m sure you’ll find this to be an informative session, so stop by armed with all your questions!

    Ash D’Costa - Chief Technology Officer

    Ash D’Costa - Chief Technology Officer

    Ash has over 20 years of IT experience. He began his career with MVS and VM mainframes, moving on to UNIX and Windows systems, and now into the virtual data centre infrastructures of today. As Mainland’s CTO, Ash helps guide the company’s technology direction by staying on top of the latest industry innovations and through regular interaction with Mainland’s customers and business partners. Ash holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from the University of Alberta and lives in Calgary.

     

     


    Presenters:                          cid:4e2859b8-e872-414a-9af5-20fb5927cbb7@namprd07.prod.outlook.com

    Steven Taylor                                             

    President of igniteCSG

     

    John Legare

    Senior Collaboration Engineering

     

    Topic 2) The Adoption of Collaboration

     

    An update on some of the recent changes with Collaboration and how organizations are using these tools to bring about cultural change within their teams. 

     

    Speakers

     

    Steven Taylor, President of igniteCSG with over 17 years in the communication industry with a heavy focus on unified communication & video conferencing

     

    John Legare, Senior Collaboration Engineering with over 25 years in the communication industry specializing on new technologies to enhance communications  

     

     

    Sponsor of the Event:

 
cid:image013.jpg@01CF81A6.D7A8C570

    Parking is free

    OF COURSE BEER AND FOOD WILL BE PROVIDED  J

     

     

     

     



    This e-mail and any attachments are intended only for use by the addressee(s) named herein and may contain confidential information. If you are not the intended recipient of this e-mail, you are hereby notified any dissemination, distribution or copying of this email and any attachments is strictly prohibited. If you receive this email in error, please immediately notify the sender by return email and permanently delete the original, any copy and any printout thereof. The integrity and security of e-mail cannot be guaranteed.

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  • 06/17/14--08:35: Sandisk to buyout Fusion IO
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    VFX Systems Administrator Position MPC NY
    posted by  on June 17, 2014, 3:45 p.m.

    Systems Administrator - New York

    MPC is one of the world's leading post production facilities creating high-end digital visual effects for the advertising, music, television and feature film industries. The company works with and continually invests in new technologies, and a key part of the organization is the Systems team which develops and maintains the infrastructure on which all the visual effects are created.

    There is currently a vacancy for the position of Systems Administrator. Reporting to the Head of Technology, this role offers the successful candidate unlimited potential to advance technical skills, offers experience with state-of-the-art technology and opportunity to learn from specialist digital media colleagues.

    The Administrator works in collaboration with VFX Supervisors, Compositing Supervisors, 3D Animators and Production staff to advise management and clients.

    Responsibility:

    • Ensure systems run reliably according to production needs.
    • Installation, deployment, and troubleshooting of common VFX tools and internally developed tools including Baselight, Flame, Maya, Nuke.
    • Integrate off the shelf and custom applications into production pipelines.
    • Responsible for infrastructure including Tractor based Renderfarm with netbooted Linux render nodes, Isilon Storage Cluster, Linux Servers and Workstations, Network Equipment, etc.
    • Work and communicate with London headquarters and counterparts in other MPC offices around the globe.
    • Keep abreast of latest developments in VFX products and practices.
    • Work with artists and producers to understand individual projects to serve as an expert resource and advise on technology related issues, and ways to streamline workflows and deliver jobs within budget and technical limitations.
    • Direct support of end users. workstation deployment, monitor calibrations, general IT issues including email and Internet access.
    • Develop and enhance all stages of the pipeline.

    Required Skills and Experience:

    • System Administration experience with an emphasis on UNIX/Linux.
    • Familiarity with Python and UNIX Shell scripting. Tcsh, Perl, PyQt, C++ a plus.
    • Familiarity with SQL Databases. MySQL and Postgres experience a plus.
    • Experience with scale strongly preferred. (Renderfarms, Clusters, Clouds, Enterprise, etc.)
    • Strong understanding of storage and networking. NFS, Isilon storage cluster, Alcatel + HP switch configuration, Flame/Smoke Stonefs framestore, Aspera experience all strong plusses.
    • Understanding of VFX tools and pipelines. Some understanding of Color Science and Colorspaces.

    If you are interested, please email your resume to newyork-jobs@moving-picture.com

    John Kleber | Head of Technology

    MPC

    9th Floor, 434 Broadway, New York, 10013
    T +1 212 915 3110 | C +1 347 821 9399

    London  Vancouver Bangalore  New York

    Los Angeles  Amsterdam  Montral  Mexico City

    moving-picture.com

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Systems Administrator - New York

    MPC is one of the world's leading post production facilities creating high-end digital visual effects for the advertising, music, television and feature film industries. The company works with and continually invests in new technologies, and a key part of the organization is the Systems team which develops and maintains the infrastructure on which all the visual effects are created.

    There is currently a vacancy for the position of Systems Administrator. Reporting to the Head of Technology, this role offers the successful candidate unlimited potential to advance technical skills, offers experience with state-of-the-art technology and opportunity to learn from specialist digital media colleagues.

    The Administrator works in collaboration with VFX Supervisors, Compositing Supervisors, 3D Animators and Production staff to advise management and clients.

    Responsibility:

    • Ensure systems run reliably according to production needs.
    • Installation, deployment, and troubleshooting of common VFX tools and internally developed tools including Baselight, Flame, Maya, Nuke.
    • Integrate off the shelf and custom applications into production pipelines.
    • Responsible for infrastructure including Tractor based Renderfarm with netbooted Linux render nodes, Isilon Storage Cluster, Linux Servers and Workstations, Network Equipment, etc.
    • Work and communicate with London headquarters and counterparts in other MPC offices around the globe.
    • Keep abreast of latest developments in VFX products and practices.
    • Work with artists and producers to understand individual projects to serve as an expert resource and advise on technology related issues, and ways to streamline workflows and deliver jobs within budget and technical limitations.
    • Direct support of end users. workstation deployment, monitor calibrations, general IT issues including email and Internet access.
    • Develop and enhance all stages of the pipeline.

    Required Skills and Experience:

    • System Administration experience with an emphasis on UNIX/Linux.
    • Familiarity with Python and UNIX Shell scripting. Tcsh, Perl, PyQt, C++ a plus.
    • Familiarity with SQL Databases. MySQL and Postgres experience a plus.
    • Experience with scale strongly preferred. (Renderfarms, Clusters, Clouds, Enterprise, etc.)
    • Strong understanding of storage and networking. NFS, Isilon storage cluster, Alcatel + HP switch configuration, Flame/Smoke Stonefs framestore, Aspera experience all strong plusses.
    • Understanding of VFX tools and pipelines. Some understanding of Color Science and Colorspaces.

    If you are interested, please email your resume to newyork-jobs@moving-picture.com

    John Kleber | Head of Technology

    MPC

    9th Floor, 434 Broadway, New York, 10013
    T +1 212 915 3110 | C +1 347 821 9399

    London  Vancouver Bangalore  New York

    Los Angeles  Amsterdam  Montral  Mexico City

    moving-picture.com


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  • 06/17/14--12:55: Quo Computer
  • Quo Computer
    posted by Brian Krusic on June 17, 2014, 3:55 p.m.
    Hi, Any one running one of these? http://quocomputer.com/ - Brian SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green. To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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    Hi, Any one running one of these? http://quocomputer.com/ - Brian SoCals #1 Sandpaper Superstore. More Grit For Less Green. To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 06/17/14--13:15: Sandisk bought FusionIO
  • Sandisk bought FusionIO
    posted by  on June 17, 2014, 4:15 p.m.
    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

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    Mac OS X 10.9 'Mavericks' performance with Maya 2014 or Maya 2015
    posted by Andrew Spurbeck on June 18, 2014, 1:05 a.m.
    Hey all, Just wanted to see if anyone is having any weird issues or 'bugs' with Maya 2014 or Maya 2015 on Mavericks. Is anyone on here running either of those on Mavericks? These are the latest builds in case you haven't tried them yet. Maya 2014 SP4 http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/downloads/caas/downloads/content/autodesk-maya-2014-service-pack--4.html Maya 2015 SP2 http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/downloads/caas/downloads/content/autodesk-maya-2015-service-pack-2.html Thanks, -- -=Andrew RFX To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
    Thread Tags:
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    Hey all, Just wanted to see if anyone is having any weird issues or 'bugs' with Maya 2014 or Maya 2015 on Mavericks. Is anyone on here running either of those on Mavericks? These are the latest builds in case you haven't tried them yet. Maya 2014 SP4 http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/downloads/caas/downloads/content/autodesk-maya-2014-service-pack--4.html Maya 2015 SP2 http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/maya/downloads/caas/downloads/content/autodesk-maya-2015-service-pack-2.html Thanks, -- -=Andrew RFX To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 06/18/14--04:45: happy birthday Dave Y.!
  • happy birthday Dave Y.!
    posted by Greg Whynott on June 18, 2014, 7:45 a.m.

    Thread Tags:
      discuss-at-studiosysadmins 

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  • 06/18/14--07:45: Vue 2014 linux render
  • Vue 2014 linux render
    posted by Sean Macrae on June 18, 2014, 10:45 a.m.

    We tested Vue render in linux on our farm a few years back with no avail. We found it quite terrable. My question to the forum is: Is anyone using it now? Is it stable etc?

     

    We're currently using the windows version and are just investigating weather we can take a second look at the linux version (if it even still exists or was further developed)

     

    Sean


    0 Responses     0 Plus One's     0 Comments  
     

    We tested Vue render in linux on our farm a few years back with no avail. We found it quite terrable. My question to the forum is: Is anyone using it now? Is it stable etc?

     

    We're currently using the windows version and are just investigating weather we can take a second look at the linux version (if it even still exists or was further developed)

     

    Sean


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    Reminder: SSA London Event: BBQ with Cumulus Networks and Sohonet 24th June 2014 Next TUESDAY!
    posted by Ben De Luca on June 18, 2014, 12:50 p.m.
    Now that it's summer we would like to invite you to join Cumulus Networks and Sohonet for our 2014SSAsocial BBQ from6:30pmon Tuesday 24th of June.

    Nat Morris from Cumulus will take us through the use of Linux on a new generation of hardware accelerated network switches. Cumulus Networks, founded by veteran networking engineers from Cisco and VMware, has developed the first true, full-featured Linux operating system for networking hardware.

    Patrick Sumby from Sohonet will be discussing direct cloud connectivity from the Sohonet Media Network and its applications in the Media and Entertainment Industry.

    Please join us to talk tech, enjoy a BBQ and a beverage or three on Sohonet's roof top terrace.

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    Now that it's summer we would like to invite you to join Cumulus Networks and Sohonet for our 2014SSAsocial BBQ from6:30pmon Tuesday 24th of June.

    Nat Morris from Cumulus will take us through the use of Linux on a new generation of hardware accelerated network switches. Cumulus Networks, founded by veteran networking engineers from Cisco and VMware, has developed the first true, full-featured Linux operating system for networking hardware.

    Patrick Sumby from Sohonet will be discussing direct cloud connectivity from the Sohonet Media Network and its applications in the Media and Entertainment Industry.

    Please join us to talk tech, enjoy a BBQ and a beverage or three on Sohonet's roof top terrace.


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    do you have old tape drives laying around?
    posted by Greg Whynott on June 18, 2014, 4:35 p.m.
    I'm looking to borrow for a week or less the following tape drives:

    syquest
    exabyte
    and Qick 650 or something like that.. think i butchered the name..

    this is in Toronto. Found some old tapes and want to attempt to pull the data off them to see what is there..

    thanks much,
    g


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    I'm looking to borrow for a week or less the following tape drives:

    syquest
    exabyte
    and Qick 650 or something like that.. think i butchered the name..

    this is in Toronto. Found some old tapes and want to attempt to pull the data off them to see what is there..

    thanks much,
    g



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  • 06/19/14--02:05: Perforce in Studio.
  • Perforce in Studio.
    posted by Oliver Timm on June 19, 2014, 5:05 a.m. (1 day ago)
    We've just decided to give Perforce a trial for 12 months. Less than 10 users, mainly for development. Python and HTML stuff. Curious if anyone is using it for asset management of maya scenes, characters, environments or even renders? OliPhone To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    We've just decided to give Perforce a trial for 12 months. Less than 10 users, mainly for development. Python and HTML stuff. Curious if anyone is using it for asset management of maya scenes, characters, environments or even renders? OliPhone To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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