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
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4K, UHD and 3D, Computers, Guides, Production Hardware, Specials and Promotions, Storage Solutions

Videoguys Summer Savings Specials

Check out these HOT deals! Plus FREE UPS Ground Shipping & 5% OFF your order with coupon code SUMMERSAVE Production Specials Atomos Ninja Flame with FREE Power Kit $944.00 $795.00 YI 4K+ Action Camera with Waterproof Case Kit $339.98 Roland V-1HD Switcher with FREE Travel Case $995.00 PTZOptics 12x-SDI Video Conferencing Camera $1,599.00 Post Production Specials Read More

By Britt, July 7, 2017

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

HP DreamColor Monitors Top the Display Market

In most fields, now more than ever especially, visual concepts are the most important thing.  Graphic designers, video editors, even artists in a low-tech medium all rely on visuals to further their project.  Of course now they rely on computers and their display monitor to allow those visual ideas to be molded into those end Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, July 6, 2017

Computers, Software, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Top 3 Laptops for Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Pro and Final Cut X

With so much buzz about the new all-in-one‘s coming out this year or the ones currently available for purchase, there has been much debate about which device performs better, and that is no different when it comes to any computer device.  Better for what though?  Most computers now come with a target user of some Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal,

Computers, Production Hardware, Software, Storage Solutions, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

iMac Pro vs Microsoft Surface Studio

The war between Microsoft and Apple rages on with the battle of the new all-in-one’s: the iMac Pro versus the Microsoft Surface Studio.  Both machines are high-end pieces of equipment targeting professionals in the media or creative fields.  As appealing as that may be to any user, most of us will choose one brand over the Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, June 30, 2017

Computers, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

NVIDIA Guide to building the Ultimate $5K Video Editing Rig

Are you a video editor who also uses their computer for gaming?  Or a gamer who happens to edit video?  Then building your computer for gaming will accelerate your editing capabilities.  Check out our Videoguys Tech Select custom built HP Z workstations for robust super fast hardworking computers outfitted especially for video editing.  The video Read More

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By Edward Blumenthal, June 15, 2017

Computers

Apple announces iMac Pro – about freakin time!

Creative professional and video editors have been BEGGING Apple to listen to our pleas and finally give us the computers we want, running the OS we love. Yesterday Apple FINALLY announced a new iMac Pro loaded with performance. Up to 18 core Xeon processors, up to 128GB of ECC RAM and an AMD Radeon GPU Read More

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By Gary, June 6, 2017

Computers, DIY and System Recommendations

Intel Core i9 is coming! We’ll put it in DIY12!

Very exciting news out of Intel this past week.  At its Computex event in Taipei, Intel unveiled its new Core X-series of processors. The debut of its latest high-end desktop CPUs wasn’t a surprise after plans were leaked earlier this month, but the series’ flagship model — the 18-core, 36-thread Intel i9-7980XE — still makes Read More

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By Gary, May 31, 2017

Computers, Industry News and Press Releases

Envision a World with Thunderbolt 3 Technology Everywhere

Big news for the industry…Intel announces integration effort to universalize Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. Intel has a long history of leading the industry in I/O innovation. In the late 1990s, Intel developed USB, which made it easier and faster to connect external devices to computers, consolidating a multitude of existing connectors. Intel continues its I/O innovation Read More

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By Britt, May 25, 2017