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Can I load an image of my iMac which ran Snow Leopard onto a new iMac which runs Mountain Lion?

1695 Views 53 Replies Latest reply: Sep 25, 2012 7:07 AM by Csound1 RSS
  • MlchaelLAX Level 4 Level 4 (1,550 points)

    Wow: who'd ever thought that the lead guitarist of QUEEN would set up a film school scholarship; congratulations!!!


    The "group" I refered to is ficticous, but I patterned it after another one that I am somewhat related to that need not be repeated here.  Suffice it to say that I am happy to bend over backwards to help out a struggling artist!


    Upgrade is usually the best choice, so long as ProTools 10 upgrade does not cut out features, like the current controversy over the "lobotimization" of Final Cut Pro!  Actually I have no direct experience with ProTools, so I cannot help out and you should post another new thread in the appropriate sub-topic to get those answers.


    The closest I got to music is when I started a record store as a teenager at my college town; was a blast!  Kinda like John Cusack in High Fidelity, but earlier...  Some years earlier, in my early teen years, as a true geek: when my friends took up electric guitar, I built them "fuzz-tones" so they could emulate the lead guitar stylings of Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck!


    I can always be reached at American OnLine, if you get my drift...


    NYC is of course a great town; are you there now?  Best of luck...


    PS: I have been a professional in the TV and motion picture business on the business side since I moved back to Los Angeles in the late 70s.  Gotta pay the bills somehow!

  • MlchaelLAX Level 4 Level 4 (1,550 points)

    Don't you mean the Mad Mad Films?

  • MlchaelLAX Level 4 Level 4 (1,550 points)

    twistiejoe wrote:


    No Mad Max, with Mel Gibson. Never seen Mad Mad

    I heard that in the original Mad Max film, after completing the whole film, the producers did not like the original actor in the role of Max.  So they replaced him by reshooting the complete film with Mel Gibson, but kept the original actor's voice: kinda like a complete video looping of that film! At least, that is the version I saw in the USA...

  • MlchaelLAX Level 4 Level 4 (1,550 points)

    I've been "playin" with ya; hence the laughing face emoticons!!!


    Yes, I knew it was not the Brian May of Queen, but I did not know he was the composer.


    You refered to Brian May's credit as the "Max Max" film, so I suggested the correction of the "Mad Mad" film and finally, as noted on IMDB:


    "Before the film was released in the United States, distributor American International Pictures overdubbed the actors' speaking voices[, including that of American, but then living in Australia, Mel Gibson]. The 2002 special edition DVD release was the first US DVD to feature the original Australian language track." [insert from me]

  • Csound1 Level 7 Level 7 (32,365 points)

    twistiejoe wrote:


    Okay thanks for that, no worries.


    Can anyone help with this issue? -


    I'm installing a Pro Tools Update and it's asking about my system configuration and I have to choose one, and I don't know which one to choose:


    it says:


    "Please select what PRo Tools hardware system you are installing software for, as different hardware will require different components to be installed:"


    and the options are:


    "Avid HDX, HD Native, or any non-HD hardware"




    "HD TDM (HD Core, HD Accel, HD Process)"


    I have no idea what either of these mean, does anyone know what I should choose?


    My specs are:


    iMac 21.5 inch

    2.8 Ghz Intel Core i7

    16 GB 1333 Mhz DDR3 RAM

    OS X 10.8.2


    Thanks, I hope you can help.


    Take the 1st option (this can be changed later)

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