On Thu, October 11, 2012 10:00 am, Jörn Nettingsmeier wrote:
That is simply because the majority of the businesses are not supporting
the Linux platform. It has nothing to do with the viability of Linux audio
as a platform for serious multimedia production. It's more like comparing
NASA with CNSA. One is a bloated organisation that is on it;s last legs
that relies on marketing and propaganda to sell it's agenda and the other
is a dynamic and productive organisation that is quickly achieving
significant results surpassing the technological achievements of the other
with very little reliance on marketing or propaganda.
> now under the hood, things look quite different, but that doesn't have
We can certainly find fat bearded guys with black T-Shirts and a lot of
equipment if anyone feels like making those kind of ads.
> the only time it hurts is when i cannot get hardware support for gear
It's not a problem for you or me personally but for business people who
are seeking to make a living out of the Linux Audio and multimedia
platform getting access to a larger customer base of people who don't have
the supported cards is a good thing.
> intel and amd thankfully make dsp cards that will also deal with my
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