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AMD lanza Software Explorador de Medios

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010101

Reconquista, Santa Fe

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18:55 13/04/2009

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No sólo hacemos chips vitéh

Puede que el título infiera a que estamos ante un Navegador Web 3D, un software de AMD para hacerle la pelea a Fiefox e Internet Explorer, pero es más que eso. En realidad, nos estamos refiriendo a un Navegador de Archivos Multimedia 3D con navegador integrado; algo así como un Explorador de Medios.

AMD Fusion Media Explorer (en versión Beta) tiene como propósito servir a los usuarios con el poder gráfico de sus productos en su escritorio. El programa permite buscar y manejar archivos multimedia en el PC en una interfaz 3D, e integrarlos o descargarlos en servicios como Facebook y Youtube. Incluso, puede reproducir arvhicos dentro del programa o bien navegar por internet.

La aplicación la puenden descargar desde el mismo sitio de AMD Fusion Media Explorer. Lamentablemente para muchos, sólo funciona en Windows Vista, nada de Windows 7, Windows XP o Linux por el momento. Tampoco sabemos si se puede instalar en una plataforma Intel + NVIDIA, nada se pierde con intentarlo.

Pinta muy bueno ya mismo lo bajo **** tengo seven

Fuente: ComputerWorld

……:::::Update !! Como hacerlo andar en micros Intel :::::….

Ya se soy groxo Como hacerlo andar en micros Intel y para mañana supuestamente en XP

Cita:
Updated –How to Run AMD's Fusion Media Explorer on an Intel CPU
4/9/2009 by: Sean Kalinich – Get more from this author

AMD just released its newest project, the Beta of the Fusion Media Explorer[FME]. This very impressive software is meant to run on an AMD Puma or Dragon platform and give a rich visual entertainment experience that will make the boys in Cupertino green with envy.
The interface is amazing and the performance great, but the problem is that it won’t run on Intel CPUs.
However where there is a will, there is always a way.
Being a highly inquisitive person I decided to dig. My work laptop has an Intel 2.8GHz C2D and an nVidia 8800GTM. So I thought it would be the perfect platform to play. Grabbing the new Beta of FME, I started the Process. I began the installation of the beta and sure enough I was told I needed an AMD CPU to run FME.
Before exiting I grabbed the .msi from the C:Users[user name]AppDataLocalTemp folder the file was called f8f432.msi. After copying this to the desktop I clicked the finished button and watched that file disappear from the temp folder.
Next I downloaded SuperOrca which is an MSI editor. Once you get this free software down you can open your newly copied msi.

<

Scroll down the left pane until you find LaunchConditions. Here you will see something interesting saying APRNOMODIFY > < “AMD” OR SUPPORTINFERIRORTECHNOLGY=”TRUE” right click on this and choose Alter Row.

<

In the window that opens change “TRUE” to “FALSE”. Close out SuperOrca and double click the .msi.

<

Once the installer starts it will ask you if you want to find the original .exe tell it yes and browse to where you downloaded it originally. From there it is following the on screen prompts and you are running on an Intel CPU.

Since this is a BETA software AMD may remove this from the final but it is fun to play with it for now. This "how-to" is provided with no warranties expressed or implied use it at your own risk.
***Updated April 09 2:52AM GMT *** For those of you looking to run this on XP, you need at least SP3 AND Windows Search 4.0. From there change the line under launch conditions that says (VersionNT=600) OR (IGNOREOSRESTRICT="TRUE&quotwink to (VersionNT=600) OR (IGNOREOSRESTRICT="FALSE&quotwink. follow the rest of the directions above and it should work for you.

*** Updated April 10 10:46 PM GMT *** Our first attempt at FME on XP failed the install outside of a Virtual Machine, We are working on this and have succeded in installing FME on XP x64 but are having a small error after, We should have this resolved by tomorrow and will have complete instructions up for installing AMD's Fusion Media Explorer on Windows XP.

© 2009 Bright Side Of News*, All rights reserved.

Fuente: http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news…intel-cpu.aspx

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jht

Rio cuarto

entradas: 5473

19:32 13/04/2009

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Che no enda en win seven, pide vista si o si, hasta puse el modo compatibilidad y nada

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010101

Reconquista, Santa Fe

entradas: 6759

19:38 13/04/2009

3

Si tenes razon dejo la data…que cagad*

Operating Systems Supported:
The following Operating Systems have been tested to work with AMD Fusion Media Explorer:
- Windows Vista® Home Premium (32-bit and 64-bit editions)
- Windows Vista® Ultimate (32-bit and 64-bit editions)

The following Operating Systems have not been tested but are believed to work with AMD Fusion Media Explorer:
- Windows Vista® Home Basic
- Windows Vista® Business
- Windows Vista® Enterprise

The following Operating Systems are not supported with AMD Fusion Media Explorer:
- Microsoft® Windows® XP (any version)
- Microsoft® Windows® Home Server
- Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 (any version)

- Microsoft® Windows 7® Beta
- Linux®

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jht

Rio cuarto

entradas: 5473

19:54 13/04/2009

4

la verdad me hubiera gstado probarlo, tengo todos los navegadores me encanta probarlos jaja, pero el google crome hasta ahora es el que me sedujo mas, asi que va a tener que tenr muchas cualidades para que em seduzca este

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phjperro

entradas: 310

20:03 13/04/2009

5

probando a ver que tal

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dano29

entradas: 372

20:34 13/04/2009

6

Para la futura plataforma la vamos a probar asi como fusion para los juegos.

The Masters

[SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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panda

entradas: 629

21:53 13/04/2009

7

estem no si mi computadora sera demaciada pedorra peeeeeeero ME ANDA UNA PASTA!!!!!! para eso prefiero windows media center, encima fijense lo que hace cuando abren el navegador, abre un internet explorer y despues lo oculta juajua

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Huemulito

QUE CARAJO TE IMPORTA FEO

entradas: 1737

22:24 13/04/2009

8

Lastima que no lo puedo probar tengo XP sera cuestion de pronto actualizar al vista :S

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marcosaris

entradas: 452

22:40 13/04/2009

9

Me dice que requiere un procesador AMD, es increible esto, tenia muchas anas de probarlo.

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Iguana

entradas: 2079

22:46 13/04/2009

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Me dice que requiere un procesador AMD, es increible esto, tenia muchas anas de probarlo.

Probalo a ver si anda, debe decir que es solo para AMD, porque justamente fue creado por esa empresa, no creo que haya complicación a la hora de usarlo en un micro Intel o si?

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fransbh

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23:09 13/04/2009

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Probalo a ver si anda, debe decir que es solo para AMD, porque justamente fue creado por esa empresa, no creo que haya complicación a la hora de usarlo en un micro Intel o si?

Si, hay complicacion te aborta la instalacion diciendo que necesitas un micro AMD.

DESDE 1908 EN EL MISMO BARRIO

CUANTAS VECES ARRANQUE POR TU AMOR

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Kenta

entradas: 1771

00:21 14/04/2009

12

Lo acabo de probar, pero básicamente es un programita que llama a otro programa, o por lo menos así lo entiendo yo, y los reune en uno solo y le agrega alguno gadgets, es un programa que llama al reproductor por defecto, al explorador, etc, nada más que en vez de tener varias ventanas abierta está en uno solo, abrir abre rápido, pero cuando llamás al reproductor por ej, se hace más lento que que haciendo doble click al acceso directo.

Muy rápido de instalar, posteo esto y lo desinstalo.

Un saludo.

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010101

Reconquista, Santa Fe

entradas: 6759

08:29 14/04/2009

13

Entonces es medio porquería

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jere7em

Buenos Aires

entradas: 3781

09:02 14/04/2009

14

Hoy lo pruebo,aunque con lo que comentan ya me saco las ganas

Core i7 930 @ 3.8ghz 1,27v + Corsair H50 || ASUS P6T || 3x2GB Gskill Ripjaw 1600mhz || MSI GTX580 Twin Frozr II || 2x500GB WD Raid 0 + 2TB Green + 160 WD || SB X-Fi Platinum Fatal1ty || Lancool K62 || Samsung P2370H + LCD 32 Phillips Full HD || Logitech X-540 & TactX Headset || Microsoft X6 & Razer Mamba
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Side

entradas: 258

10:16 14/04/2009

15

q pedorriada eso de q si o si tengas q tener un amd y encima la garch… de vista

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010101

Reconquista, Santa Fe

entradas: 6759

10:40 14/04/2009

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Ya se soy groxo Como hacerlo andar en micros Intel y para mañana supuestamente en XP

Updated –How to Run AMD's Fusion Media Explorer on an Intel CPU
4/9/2009 by: Sean Kalinich – Get more from this author

AMD just released its newest project, the Beta of the Fusion Media Explorer[FME]. This very impressive software is meant to run on an AMD Puma or Dragon platform and give a rich visual entertainment experience that will make the boys in Cupertino green with envy.
The interface is amazing and the performance great, but the problem is that it won’t run on Intel CPUs.
However where there is a will, there is always a way.
Being a highly inquisitive person I decided to dig. My work laptop has an Intel 2.8GHz C2D and an nVidia 8800GTM. So I thought it would be the perfect platform to play. Grabbing the new Beta of FME, I started the Process. I began the installation of the beta and sure enough I was told I needed an AMD CPU to run FME.
Before exiting I grabbed the .msi from the C:Users[user name]AppDataLocalTemp folder the file was called f8f432.msi. After copying this to the desktop I clicked the finished button and watched that file disappear from the temp folder.
Next I downloaded SuperOrca which is an MSI editor. Once you get this free software down you can open your newly copied msi.

<

Scroll down the left pane until you find LaunchConditions. Here you will see something interesting saying APRNOMODIFY > < “AMD” OR SUPPORTINFERIRORTECHNOLGY=”TRUE” right click on this and choose Alter Row.

<

In the window that opens change “TRUE” to “FALSE”. Close out SuperOrca and double click the .msi.

<

Once the installer starts it will ask you if you want to find the original .exe tell it yes and browse to where you downloaded it originally. From there it is following the on screen prompts and you are running on an Intel CPU.

Since this is a BETA software AMD may remove this from the final but it is fun to play with it for now. This "how-to" is provided with no warranties expressed or implied use it at your own risk.
***Updated April 09 2:52AM GMT *** For those of you looking to run this on XP, you need at least SP3 AND Windows Search 4.0. From there change the line under launch conditions that says (VersionNT=600) OR (IGNOREOSRESTRICT="TRUE&quotwink to (VersionNT=600) OR (IGNOREOSRESTRICT="FALSE&quotwink. follow the rest of the directions above and it should work for you.

*** Updated April 10 10:46 PM GMT *** Our first attempt at FME on XP failed the install outside of a Virtual Machine, We are working on this and have succeded in installing FME on XP x64 but are having a small error after, We should have this resolved by tomorrow and will have complete instructions up for installing AMD's Fusion Media Explorer on Windows XP.

© 2009 Bright Side Of News*, All rights reserved.

Fuente: http://www.brightsideofnews.com/news…intel-cpu.aspx