Quote: Originally Posted by Funkwave So no one is going to mention the elephant in the room? UAD have become under increasing scrutiny for what is felt to be under powered hardware especially when compared to modern day i7 workstation’s i.e. Native processing. Universal Audio Announces New Apollo X Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interfaces for Mac and Windows — Apollo X allows music producers, project, and post-production studios to track and mix with world-beating A/D and D/A conversion, HEXA Core DSP processing, and 7.1 Surround Sound monitoring —. Universal audio announces new apollo x thunderbolt 3 audio interfaces. Universal Audio has introduced the Apollo X Series of Thunderbolt 3 rackmount audio interfaces. Featuring all-new, 'elite-class' A/D and D/A conversion and HEXA Core UAD plug-in processing, and yielding 50% more DSP for running UAD Powered Plug-ins in real time, the Apollo X range is further distinguished by its ability to run Unison mic preamp. The flagship Apollo x16 boasts the widest dynamic range (133 dB) and lowest THD+N (-129 dB) of any Thunderbolt audio interface on the market. This 18 x 20 interface is the perfect solution for commercial studios, mix rooms, and post-production facilities. Universal Audio Announces New Apollo X Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interfaces for Mac and Windows Apollo X allows music producers, project, and post-production studios to track and mix with world-beating A/D and D/A conversion, HEXA Core DSP processing,.
If I am not mistaken, what I want is oneDrive Business sync of SharePoint files to my Mac (osMac Sierra). I have installed the oneDrive business client ( Version 17.3.6798 (0207) ) (yes, I uninstalled all other oneDrive clients before) but it always syncs with my private oneDrive account. You could consider using OneDrive for business to sync files in SharePoint 2013. Because OneDrive for business can be available on Mac. For more detailed information, you could refer to the articles below. Hp officejet 5610 all-in-one drivers for mac.
If you spend lots of time on the road or work in places where there is no Internet connection (do places like this even exist these days?), you have a scenario where you need your files to be available in offline mode. Today I will be writing about a feature that I am not a particular fan off. However, lots of users are inquiring about this, so I would like to explain how it works as well as discuss its limitations.
The feature I am talking about is OneDrive Sync. The idea is that you sync the whole SharePoint Document library to your computer, make changes on your desktop and all the changes automatically sync back to SharePoint when you have Internet Connection. How to Sync SharePoint Document Library with OneDrive To sync files on your computer is pretty easy and straightforward: • Go to the library you want to sync • Click on Sync button • If you don’t have OneDrive application installed on your machine, it will prompt you to download that software first. • Once all set and done, the library will sync to your computer. Here is how it looks. By the way, the OneDrive App that allows you to sync SharePoint Document Library is the same app that allows you to sync files and folders from your own OneDrive for Business Account. You can easily differentiate between the 2 in your Desktop OneDrive for Business Folder. My Desktop OneDrive shows two “folders”: One that syncs my files and folders from my own OneDrive for Business account and one that syncs all SharePoint document libraries Sounds simple?