Computers, DIY and System Recommendations

Game on! AMD Ryzen Threadripper vs Intel Core i9

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen this kind of CPU competition in the marketplace – AMD Ryzen Threadripper vs Intel Core i9 is heating up to be the battle of the century. This is going to make a huge impact on DIY video editing & live streaming workstations. For the past 4 or Read More

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By Gary, August 14, 2017

Computers, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Red Giant Trapcode Suite 14 Delivers Faster & Easier Visual FX

Visual effects are a key production aspect in any successful project.  The ability to bring the elements in a film to life that aren’t there during production or even correct minor production mistakes is often overlooked.  The work for these affects are tedious but necessary.  According to Videomaker.com, Red Giant is releasing Trapcode Suite 14, Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 10, 2017

Computers, Production Hardware, Storage Solutions, Tech Tips & Tricks

G-Technology Thunderbolt 3 Drives on Location in Iceland

Join adventure photographer, filmmaker and G-TEAM member Lucas Gilman as he demonstrates how our new family of Thunderbolt 3 products help optimize his end-to-end workflow with fast, reliable and efficient storage. G-RAID with Thunderbolt 3: High-performance, Dual-Drive Storage.   The is a high-performance, dual Enterprise-class 7200RPM hard drive storage system featuring Thunderbolt 3, USB–C™ (supports Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 9, 2017

Computers, Software, Streaming, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Videoguys Webinar: EDIUS Pro 8

Missed the live webinar?  You can still watch it anytime anywhere on our blog page, our Twitter and Facebook pages also on our YouTube channel.  This week Jim highlighted EDIUS Pro 8 editing software as a leading live NLE going out at a fraction of the price of it’s competitors.  If you’re live production could use some Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 8, 2017

Computers, Production Hardware, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

NVIDIA Announces External eGPU Acceleration for Video Editing on Laptops

By Jose Antunes With technology rapidly changing the landscape of how we work and play, one thing has become clear: we want to take our technology with us, wherever we go.  Whether it’s to work or play, most consumers want the ability to access whatever they want, wherever they want.  This specific issue has more Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 7, 2017

Computers, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Watch and Learn about Avid ScriptSync

For many editors out there, the struggle between going from your work space to the script may seem tasking at times.  Trying to keep track of the different versions you’re working off of and even with script notes and rewrites can be maddening and slow your workflow down.  Avid had created their ScriptSync option within Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 4, 2017

Camera and Accessories, Computers, Production Hardware, Software, Streaming, Tech Tips & Tricks, VR Virtual Reality

How NewTek NDI IP Was Used to Cover eSports Minecraft Tournament

The evolution of video games and the growing interest in video game leagues has added another avenue where NewTek‘s NDI IP technology can make a presence.  At last year’s Insomnia 60, Digital Tree Media needed to support an interactive gaming center for those attending to play while also being broadcast and streamed live.  Using NewTek’s Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, August 2, 2017

Computers, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

LumaForge Roundtable Discussion: State of NLE’s in the Industry

Bill Davis, Michael Kammes, Oliver Peters and Scott Simmons take on one of the most controversial questions in post production. Which editing software is best?!  They discuss the benefits and downsides to Premiere Pro, FCPX, Avid, and DaVinci Resolve.   Click here to watch the video on YouTube.

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By Edward Blumenthal, July 25, 2017

Computers, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, User Stories and Reviews, Video Editing

Media Composer First One Month Later

It’s good to get feedback on a product early after it’s release.  In the technologically advanced world we live in today, solid feedback needs to come sooner than later.  Almost a month after it’s release, we have a list of things that Avid Media Composer First have done right, and some things that have missed Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, July 21, 2017

Computers, Production Hardware, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, User Stories and Reviews, Video Editing

Goodbye to Mac: Making the Switch to a Windows PC

Looking for a new computer can be tasking to anyone.  The research and learning about different types of hardware and what resolution the screen is can be a lot for someone in the market.  Some might think it’s better if you’ve got your mind made up, or at least be a preferred user of one Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, July 11, 2017