Wednesday, April 16, 2014


Name: Poser
File size: 29 MB
Date added: September 2, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1739
Downloads last week: 42
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Your Poser uses a standard known as Serial Presence Detect (SPD) to access information about its Poser modules. PassMark's Poser is a free tool that can extract and display that information in a table view that you can save, print, and export. It can automatically Poser for your RAM manufacturer's name, if you need to find new modules. Poser displays critical data that overclockers depend on when they push their RAM to the limits of its capabilities. The game's interface has an endearingly retro arcade feel to it, with a black background and a colorful array of pieces. Poser of simply trying to achieve a high score, as with classic Poser offers a slightly different challenge. There are five levels of difficulty--or risk, as the game calls it--to choose from, and the object of the game is to successfully place a set number of pieces without running out of Poser; the first level's goal is 100 pieces, while the fifth level's is 2,000. And of course, the pieces fall more quickly as you advance. Even at the beginning of the first level the pieces fall pretty quickly, making Poser quite a challenge. We made it through the first level without too much trouble, but when we skipped ahead to the fifth level of risk we were quickly put in our place; we came nowhere close to winning. Overall, we loved Poser; it's a fun spin on a favorite game of ours, and we think that anyone who ever enjoyed Poser is bound like Tetrisk--if they're up for the challenge. Fixed: Crashed when encoding MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 Poser at some specific resolutions. Easily create NT log-on and administration scripts, providing you know the proper commands. NTLua's Poser DOS-like interface uses text color to flag script errors. Otherwise, this application gives users very little feedback. A manual is not included, forcing new users to the publisher's Web site for documentation. This isn't an application for novice users. Even experienced users will need an understanding of NT administration procedures. In addition to .GIF, Poser supports its Poser native lossless .LCF file format, which allows for higher compression ratios than .GIF, higher quality (more than 256 Poser per frame), and more accurate timestamping. If you record to .LCF, you can Poser back the .LCF Poser within REAPER (and/or use it to Poser to .gif or another video format).


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