Avid ISIS 1000 with Final Cut Pro X

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Avid ISIS | 1000 for Apple Final Cut Pro X

Avid ISIS shared storage is the standard for the media and entertainment industry and now, with the new Avid ISIS | 1000, it is now affordable for small workgroups! The Avid ISIS | 1000 includes 10 2TB SSD drives for 20TB of shared storage and fits perfectly into every workflow including Apple Final Cut Pro, Read More

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By Videoguys, October 30, 2015

News and Sales

New at NAB: Convergent Design to Expand Odyssey7QPlus and Odyssey7Q Apple ProRes Record Frame Rates

Convergent Design to Expand Odyssey7Q+ and Odyssey7Q Apple ProRes Record Frame Rates to 4K/UHD 60p, 2K/HD 240p Convergent Design engineers are always working to expand the capabilities of the Odyssey family of monitor/recorders. Today the company announces that Apple ProRes 4K/UHD will be possible up to 60p and 2K/HD will be possible up to 240p. Read More

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By Brittany, April 14, 2015

Computer Hardware

Apple macs might be getting a massive change

RedShark by David Shapton Could Apple possibly ditch Intel as its processor chip supplier? What would that mean? And how could it happen? Ever since Apple started to make its own processor chips for iPhones and iPads there has been speculation that, eventually, these components would end up powering Macs. It’s a reasonable thing to Read More

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By Videoguys, August 8, 2014

Video Editing

Lightworks for Apple OS X is here: public beta is available now!

RedShark News This is the big one. Lightworks for the Mac. Available for everyone to try today There’s a new, industrial-strength editing system for the Mac. It’s the same editor that’s been used on a huge roster of Hollywood films, and on thousands of smaller productions. It’s also one of the most mature editing platforms Read More

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By Videoguys, June 10, 2014

Cool Gadgets

Top Seven Takeaways from Apple’s WWDC Keynote

Studio Daily by Bryant Frazer A New Programming Language, Third-Party iOS Keyboards, Image Annotation in Email, and More What’s been cooking in Cupertino? Today was the big keynote address at Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC), in which Apple CEO Tim Cook rolled out the company’s latest and greatest for an audience of software developers — Read More

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By Videoguys, June 3, 2014

Video Editing

Apple FCP and Compressor vs. Adobe CC, Timeline-to-Transcode Workflows, Part 2: Test Results–UPDATED WITH LINK TO TEST FILES

Streaming Media Producer by Tim Siglin You can now view our project files, encoder presets, and output files to compare the quality and specs for yourself at this link. “Better late than never” is often a good excuse, but in our case, it was a necessity. Two areas we didn’t anticipate—distance and a newer R3D Read More

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By Videoguys, March 21, 2014

Computer Hardware, Video Editing

Review: Apple’s New Mac Pro

Studio Daily by The Diamond Brothers This Radical Redesign Is a Tiny Powerhouse … with a Few Limitations The new Mac Pro is here! The new Mac Pro is here! That’s all that went through our heads when we first saw the announcement of this new iteration of Apple’s flagship pro desktop model. (Yes, that’s a Read More

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By Videoguys, March 6, 2014

Video Editing

Apple FCP X and Compressor vs. Adobe CC, Part 1: Timeline-to-Transcode Workflows

Streaming Media by Tim Siglin & Paul Schmutzler We brave the “third rail” by testing two popular NLEs and their companion transcoding tools. When it comes to transcoding, speed and quality often feel at odds: one wants quality—the highest quality, if possible—in the shortest time, regardless of the software-and-hardware combination being used. If time were Read More

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By Videoguys, February 27, 2014

Computer Hardware, Video Editing

Videomaker reviews: Apple Mac Pro & Final Cut Pro X 10.1

Videomaker by Adam Vesely Using innovative design, superior components and solid software solutions, the new Apple Mac Pro shows that Apple has raised the bar once again, providing one of the smallest, fastest and quietest workstations ever conceived. In June 2012, a Mac user decided to write a letter to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook asking Read More

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By Videoguys,


Apple Building Out Their Own CDN To Deliver Content To Consumers

Streamining Media by Dan Rayburn Over the past year, there has been speculation of when or if Apple would build out their own content delivery network for the purpose of delivering content to consumers. To date, all of the CDN deployments done by Apple have been for internal purposes only, but that’s about to change. Read More

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By Videoguys, February 17, 2014