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selesn777 posted a topic in Software UpdatesNewblueFX Titler Pro 3.0 build 140516 Stand-Alone + Plugins for NLE Titler Pro is the powerful plugins for the montage, helps users create beautiful text effects with a variety of movements and styles. Titler Pro is probably no stranger to the film producers by developing its NewBlueFX for most video editing software professional and semi-professional now: Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, Media Composer & Symphony, Vegas Pro, Vegas Movie Studio, EDIUS, ... Features Recommended System Requirements Microsoft® Windows® XP (SP 3 or later)Windows Vista® (SP 2 or later), Windows 7 - 8.11 GHz processor (multicore or multiprocessor CPU recommended for HD)OpenGL 2.1-capable graphics card and minimum 512MB graphics memory.1GB or higher recommended for HD.*400 MB hard-disk space for installation4 GB RAM (8 GB RAM recommended for HD)*nVidia GeForce or Quadro card that supports CUDA with driver 285.62 or newer, AMD/ATI Radeon HD 2400 or better with Catalyst 11.11 or newer, Intel HD is not supported. Website: http://www.newbluefx.com/ Language: Eng Medicine: Key Size: 157,22 Mb.
Reefa posted a topic in Security & Privacy NewsCybercriminals always look for the weakest link they can leverage to make as many victims as possible, and it looks like web browsers with out-of-date plugins are the norm in Europe. Browser plugin update situation in Europe According to the latest statistics from the Germany-based Cyscon GmbH, a company specializing in detecting an mitigating cyber threats, the users of most countries in Europe rely on poorly updated web browsers to explore the online world, which translates into plenty of possible victims for the crooks. The company makes available an interactive map that shows, in percentage, the proportion of a country’s users that do not rely on a browser that integrate plugin components updated with the latest patches available. According to Cyscon’s statistics at the time of the writing, the European country whose users are more aware of the security risks posed by out of date web browsing software, is Netherlands, where 51% of the computer users have at least one plugin component in the browser that needs to be updated. Although this is an alarming value, the country whose users would be more prone to falling victim to a cybercriminal, is Croatia, where it appears that 97% of the users contributing to Cyscon’s statistics do not have installed all the updates for said components. It is followed by Republic of Moldova, with 94%, Serbia with 86% and Germany with 80%. As shown by these statistics, there is no country with users sufficiently aware of risk posed by an old component with security glitches, to report outdate information lower than 50%. Source