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Font loading is not proper in NoSQL Workbench (Windows 11)
I am using a Windows 11 PC (Lenovo Legion Y540) and have installed NoSQL Workbench v3.3.0 The fonts are not loading properly for me on the app, creating a strain on my eyes & ruining the experience. Here's a screenshot for your reference ![UI Snapshot](/media/postImages/original/IMEGatrdObQr2bjgpZJrsOWA) I suspect this is due to a font not having been properly installed on my machine. Can you please tell me which font this application uses so that I can go install it & then maybe try rebooting the application and try again ? I have installed all Amazon Developer fonts, Helvetica, Roboto, Sans Serif on my machine & yet they somehow don't seem to be working
EC2 EGA Retirement Notification period
Hello, I have read https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/WindowsGuide/elastic-graphics-maintenance.html and am looking for additional information. What is the minimum amount of notice I will be given that an Elastic Graphics accelerator has been scheduled for retirement? For example, if I am only given two minutes notice that is obviously not enough time for me to make sure my workload can be shifted to another instance with another accelerator. I hope that the minimum is at least 36 hours. I plan to use these accelerators for live event video streaming so I need to know that my instances won't break in the middle of a live event. Thank you.
Can't create Graphics Bundle Workspace. An Error Has Occurred
Hello, I'm trying to create a Graphics.g4dn in São Paulo region, but it fails imediately when I click on launch: > An Error Has Occurred > **It only happens with Graphics.g4dn bundle, any other bundle works perfectly.** We've been using Workspaces for quite a long time and this is the first time I get a problem like this.
Elastic Graphics card EC2 Windows instance AUTOSCALING
Hi, I have an Windows EC2 instance on which runs an graphical heavy load application so i created an AMI from the Windows instance and launched new W-EC2 from that AMI and attached the Elastic Graphical card(GPU) . I was trying to figure it out how to Autoscale that. I created a launch template/configuration but i don't have a field to introduce the Elastic Graphical Card. I know that the process of adding EGC is that you can only add it at launch, then you have to login , download EGC software and restart the EC2 in order to get the GPU added to the Windows EC2. My questions are: How can i automate this process? How can i achieve autoscaling for my application? Any answer, blog or documentation to read regarding this will be helpful. Thanks in advance!
HTML Motion Graphics in MediaLive Initializes to first input resolution it gets.
Configuration: - RMTP push input - single pipeline - single HLS output to s3 - max input res: 1080p at 10mpbs - output: 720p QBVR optimized for mobile streaming - HTML motion graphics enabled We have a system that builds up the RTMP input resolution based on mobile network conditions. We have noticed that the HTML motion graphics takes its frame reference as the first input resolution that it gets. e.g if the input resolution starts at 240p, the HTML motion graphics look distorted(looks like 240p basically) even though the output resolution is 720p. The expected behavior would be that the video quality would be low since the input is of a low resolution, but the HTML motion graphics should be based on a 720p frame and hence should be clear. As a result, even if our input resolution builds up from say 240p -> 720p, the HTML motion graphics continue to be of lower quality.
Not able to use Image Builder for Graphics-Pro instance type with AppStream 2.0
I have already made request to increase the quota limit for the stream.graphics-pro.8xlarge instance for image builder. I got response from the AWS support executive and got confirmation that quota increase has been approved and I can use the requested instance type for image builder in AppStream. But while using the image builder, I am not getting the option to use the Graphics-Pro instance family. It only shows General purpose and G4 instance family. What am I missing here? Please do the needful.
Where to get started as a C/C++/C# developer?
Hello everyone, I've been a software and game developer for well over a decade, and I feel very at home with C, C++ and C#/.NET. I've done a lot of programming with DirectX SDKs and Unity, as well as desktop and mobile development. However, I don't really know much at all about the web and networking. But now I'm becoming very interested in what kinds of things I can do with AWS in game development, as well as with blockchain, AI/ML and cloud computing power. There seems to be more AWS services and packages than I can count though, and I'm really not sure which ones I should be pursuing and trying to learn more about and which ones are irrelevant to me and my job. The list of services, SDKs and packages is as impressive and inspiring as it is overwhelming and confusing! I'd like to be able to deploy some .NET applications to AWS to provide remote APIs for games and applications. To start with and get the hang of it, I just want to make a little minigame that lives on a server that a Unity or Unreal game can interact with through http requests. And I'll incrementally add some features to it as I start to get the hang of it. I'd also like to do some experimentation with blockchain software and services and see what kinds of interesting things can be accomplished with it. And beyond that, I'd eventually like to get into using AI/ML to accomplish goals in games and apps, harness cloud-based CPU/GPU processing power for heavy-lifting and even setup some real-time multiplayer game servers. I just don't know what tools/services/packages I need to dive into and start figuring out. I've found [the Visual Studio 2022 AWS package here](https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=AmazonWebServices.AWSToolkitforVisualStudio2022&ssr=false#overview), as well as [this AWS GitHub page](https://github.com/aws/dotnet) for .NET. I've also heard about Lambda. I really have no idea which ones are relevant to me or where I should start with this. To begin with, I want to run a .NET application on a server that applications can query and interact with and have it store and supply data for them, offer some remote APIs and requests, etc. I'd also potentially be interested in running some native C/C++ modules on servers. Can someone point me in the right direction and tell me what I need to set up and dive into first? I'm doing this in my free time when I'm not working on projects for work, so my time is very limited and researching and learning the wrong things would be a big setback for me. Any help or guidance is greatly appreciated!