What do bettors think of Raiders’ chances this season?

first_imgWhen you follow the money, it’s hard not to believe the Raiders are in for a long season.With the NFL season kicking off in just two days, we took one last look at what the oddsmakers and bettors think of our Bay Area teams.The good news for the Raiders is they’re the most heavily bet team to win the AFC West, according to both BetOnline.ag and Sportsbetting.ag. The not-so-good news is the money is flowing in because Oakland faces 16-1 odds to supplant the Chiefs as division winners.Perhaps …last_img read more

Tip for Rendering in OSX Mavericks: Prevent App Nap

first_imgIs your video editing application not rendering with OSX Mavericks? App Nap is the culprit – and here’s how to solve it.One of the new features in the Mavericks OSX is App Nap – a tool designed to conserve your computer’s power. For applications like browsers, word processor and the like, App Nap makes sense. But for video editors, this simple feature can lead to headaches, and likely a bit of confusion. With App Nap enabled your video editing software will ‘go to sleep’ if put in the background, causing your renderings to fail.Thanks to NoFilmSchool for turning us on to this simple tip for disabling App Nap for certain applications on your system. Video editors will likely want to “Prevent App Nap” for any applications with renders (Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro, After Effects, DaVinci Resolve, etc).Navigate to a video editing or motion design app in your Finder’s ‘Applications’ folder. With the program name highlighted ‘Get Info’ (either by using the shortcut Command + I or by navigating to the menu bar – File > Get Info).  Click the ‘Prevent App Nap’ box.last_img read more