Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 15th Apr 2007 21:10 UTC
Apple During a special event at the National Association of Broadcasters conference today, Apple introduced some new products. They introduced Final Cut Server and Final Cut Studio 2. "Final Cut Studio 2 puts a powerful new version of Final Cut Pro at the center of an integrated post-production workflow. Final Cut Pro 6, Motion 3, Soundtrack Pro 2, Compressor 3, DVD Studio Pro 4, and Color - a brand-new application for professional color grading - are all included in Final Cut Studio for USD 1299."
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No, it's not an Apple-exclusive limit. The Intel 945 chipset only supports 32-bit addressing, which does allow for up to "4 GB of memory". What they don't mention, is that addressing of other hardware is also done in the same address space. The result is that you'll end up with only 3.2-3.4 GB of memory, depending on the computer you're using. This is the same for Dell, HP, etc. (Note, that the OS will report 4 GB, but will not be able to use all of it.) This limit will disappear when the addressing space is expanded from 32 bits to 64 bits.

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