Computer Hardware, Video Editing

Why Are Creative Professionals Moving to Windows?

Today more and more creative professionals and video editors are moving to Windows. While Macs still dominate in many workplaces, the days of the Mac only facility are a thing of the past.  Windows machines offer far more flexibilty, upgradability and performance for the dollar.  The impact of GPUs on software performance and the extremely Read More

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By Gary, August 24, 2015

4K, UHD and 3D, Computer Hardware, Tutorials, Tips & Tricks

4K editing efficiencies and advice

Anthony does a nice job in this article going over some of the tricks he’s learned about working with 4K footage. He’s focusing on optimizing your 4K workflow for efficiency and keeping your costs to a tight budget. IEBA Tech Thoughts by Anthony Burokas Editing 4K footage really depends on the camera you use and Read More

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By Gary, June 10, 2015
Videoguys DIY 11

Computer Hardware, Tech Support, Video Editing

Videoguys Tech Update: DIY 11 & System Recommendations for Video Editing

We’ve published two new articles on our website that video editors and digital content creators will want to read and bookmark. Our latest DIY build is DIY 11 and it is a creaming fast machine capable of 4K work. Our recommended systems page has been updated to include all the latest guidance for buying and Read More

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By Gary, May 20, 2015

Computer Hardware, DIY Systems, Featured Guides, Guides, How-To Articles

Videoguys’ DIY 11: How to Build an Affordable Editing & Streaming Workstation with Balanced Components for the Best Performance

For more than 10 years Videoguys.com, one of the world’s leading resellers of video editing and production equipment, has been publishing DIY articles as a service to customers. These guides will help you choose the best system components for your non-linear editing workstation. Get a Special Coupon Code! The Videoguys DIY11 coupon code will save you $11 Read More

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By Brittany, March 20, 2015
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4K, UHD and 3D, Computer Hardware, Tutorials, Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Maximizing Your 4K Editing Efficiency

Streaming Media by Anthony Burokas If you improve your editing efficiencies and leverage the strengths of your existing system, editing 4K camera-original footage on a modestly equipped $1,000 PC should prove more than manageable. When it comes to maximizing your editing efficiencies, especially when it comes to 4K footage, you have to look at two Read More

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By Gary, March 10, 2015
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4K, UHD and 3D, Computer Hardware, Video Editing

Editing 4K Efficiently and Affordably

align=right IEBA.com – Dallas Video Production, Frisco TX You CAN edit 4K video, with filters and effects affordably – without breaking the bank on a high end edit system. The key is to work within the constraints of your system and maximize how you leverage the capabilities your system has.  I will show you a Read More

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By Gary, March 3, 2015

Computer Hardware, Video Editing

Workstation on a Budget

Edit Geek by Don Reeve As part of my Tickle King documentary project it became necessary for me to put together a better home edit suite than my laptop. It’s been a long time since I actually needed anything with any real power at home, so I needed to start from scratch. I’ve built plenty Read More

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By Videoguys, July 21, 2014

Computer Hardware

‘Project Christine’ PC and Thermaltake Level 10: Separated at birth?

By Charlie White Innovative gaming hardware company Razer rolled out Project Christine, a gorgeous PC prototype at CES 2014, calling it “a revolutionary new concept design.” You might believe that if you’ve forgotten about the Thermaltake Level 10, a computer case design by BMW DesignworksUSA that turned out to be a flash in the pan Read More

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By Videoguys, January 13, 2014

Computer Hardware

Apple’s Newest Mac Pro Costs Less than DIY PC Build… Thanks to AMD

TechGage by Rob Williams Word’s out that Apple’s latest Mac Pro costs less than an equal-configured do-it-yourself PC, but as we’ve discovered, this is one of those cases where there’s more than meets the eye. Has Apple finally loosened up on its famed “Apple Tax”? Not so. Instead, the attractive pricing of the latest Mac Read More

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By Videoguys, January 9, 2014

Computer Hardware

How to build a 4K Hackintosh on the cheap for fun and profit

9to5Mac by Chance Miller Over the years, building ‘Hackintosh’ computers has become both a lot easier and more popular. For those unfamiliar, a Hackintosh is essentially a machine running OS X on non-Apple approved and manufactured hardware. There are many reasons to build a Hackintosh instead of buying a Mac directly from Apple. They can Read More

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By Videoguys, December 30, 2013


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