Use your music section of your iPhone to create a full fledged music library for work or school. This can link directly to the iTunes on your computer, where you can download your favorite music onto your phone. Additionally, you can shuffle or repeat some of the songs that you enjoy the most on your iPhone.
Certain iPhones can be set up to connect to Wi-Fi, although some setup is required. The benefits of the connectivity is obvious, because you can access the internet away from home with your iPhone. This a great advantage to business people because they can check their messages while they are away from their office.
Now that you have a better understanding of the iphone, you should already have your keys in your pocket to rush to the store to make your purchase. Iphones are great devices to have, and they can truly improve your quality of life. Hopefully you'll realize this, and make your purchase of an iphone sooner than later to see this for yourself.
FFmpeg 4.2 also comes with support for decoding HEVC 4:4:4 content in VDPAU (Video Decode and Presentation API for Unix), support for using Clang to compile CUDA kernels, the ability for the mov muxer to write tracks with unspecified language instead of English by default, a GIF parser, as well as the removal of the libndi-newtek component.
"New filters, encoders, decoders, and demuxers"
Of course, there's no major FFmpeg release without some new filters, and it looks like FFmpeg 4.2 brings quite a bunch of them, including an AV1 frame split bitstream filter, tpad filter, dedot filter, freezedetect filter, truehd_core bitstream filter, anlmdn filter, maskfun filter, as well as chromashift and rgbashift filters.
The lagfun filter, asoftclip filter, colorhold filter, xmedian filter, asr filter, derain filter, deesser filter, and showspatial multimedia filter were added as well, along with the dhav demuxer, vividas demuxer, KUX demuxer, IFV demuxer, hcom demuxer and decoder, hymt decoder, ARBC decoder, agm decoder, lscr decoder, VP4 video decoder, and the PCM-DVD encoder.
“Insomniac Games is one of the most highly-acclaimed development studios in the industry and their legacy of best-in-class storytelling and gameplay is unparalleled. We have enjoyed a strong collaborative partnership with the studio for many years, and are thrilled to officially welcome them to the Worldwide Studios family,” said Shawn Layden, chairman of Sony Interactive Entertainment Worldwide Studios.
Once the deal closes successfully, Insomniac's management team will be given the freedom to run the studio, but they will be supervised by Sony's internal studio in San Mateo, California.
Founded 25 years ago, Insomniac is mostly known for titles like Ratchet & Clank, Spyro the Dragon, Resistance, and Marvel's Spider-Man. Insomniac is the same studio that has given us the Xbox One exclusive Sunset Overdrive, which made it to PC later on.
Square Enix has just announced that Final Fantasy VIII Remastered will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on September 3. The game is already available for pre-order for $19.99/€19.99 on all platforms, so fans can check that out.
Along with the announcement, the Japanese company outed a release date trailer and several screenshots captured in-game. And for those who'd like to know what the remastered version brings in terms of improvements, there's a list published by Sony that offers all the details.