There are restriction listed at Apples site. Only 2011 years Macs and newer will be able to use AirPlay mirroring.
Happy to see? It was in there from 10.2. cmd+shift+S.
I'm mostly excited for Airplay mirroring from my Mac. Now, I read that Apple came out with newer AppleTV's since March. Will the older ones be able to play 1080p as well? I bought mine last year I think.
Where do you see that? I can't find it.
No only encoding.Looks like Quicktime X got Quick Sync accelerated encodes.
AirPlay for 720p & 1080p requires QuickSync, AFAIK, and only Sandy Bridge (or newer) has this decoding/encoding hardware unit.There are restriction listed at Apples site. Only 2011 years Macs and newer will be able to use AirPlay mirroring.
What I find amusing in a sad way is "Calendar sidebar - Click the Calendars button to keep a list of all your calendars accessible in a sidebar." This feature was in iCal prior to Lion.Don't get me wrong, I love Mountain Lion and I love all the new features. I'm fully impressed and love the upgrade(running the beta). But going through this feature list, you can tell they were grasping at straws to get to the 200 feature number. Keyboard shortcut for save as? Really? That's a new feature? lol.
Save As was removed in 10.7 for autosave apps.
Apple said:Revert to last saved
Easily revert to the last saved version of a document to instantly undo all changes you made since you last saved the document.
Apple said:Address Book - Groups column
Contacts includes a new groups column, which always gives you quick access to your contact groups.
Apple said:Messages - Typing indicator
As soon as a friend starts typing a reply, Messages displays ellipsis points in your conversation to let you know a response is on the way.
Apple said:Notes - Search
Use the search field to quickly find the note you’re looking for.
Apple said:Reminders - Search
The search field makes it easy to find a specific reminder.
My point was that some machines that aren't listed should definitely be capable of handling it though; I have an 8-core "early 2008" Mac Pro, should be more than enough processing power to handle it.