Computers

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

December 30, 2013

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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First look: Promise's Pegasus2 R6 Thunderbolt 2 RAID array

Macworld by James Galbraith When Apple released the new Retina MacBook Pro last October, it also marked the debut of Thunderbolt 2 in an Apple product. But with no Thunderbolt 2 peripherals available at the time, we here in the Macworld Lab were left to test these new systems using older device using the original Read More

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Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7: Lesson 3

December 27, 2013

Avid by Kevin P. McAuliffe In the third of our “Get Started Fast with Avid Media Composer 7” tutorials, it’s time to start editing. In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe demonstrates basic editing technique in Avid Media Composer. He reveals how to perform a music mix fast, and how to trim footage in your timeline Read More

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Even at $7,000, the new Mac Pro is only 8% faster than an iMac

BGR by Zach Epstein Apple gave the world a preview of the Mac Pro earlier this year during WWDC 2013, and then it fully unveiled its new workhorse during a press conference back in October. The company wouldn’t commit to a firm release date at either event, however, which is obviously very uncharacteristic for Apple. Read More

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HP’s Thunderbolt Announcement Changes Everything.

Gary Adcock’s Blog Yesterday HP announced Thunderbolt across both their Mobile and Desktop Workstations lines, launching a truly innovative initiative in the PC world. No longer will PC users be relegated to running Windows on a Mac just to be able to use the power and speed of Thunderbolt, nor will they be limited to Read More

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G-Technology G-DOCK ev with Thunderbolt Review

StorageReview.com by Alexandra Haskell The G-Dock ev with Thunderbolt is designed for heavy media users needing high performance transfer speeds and the ability to work on digital content efficiently. The G-Dock is a one of a kind dual-bay storage system and ships with two G-Drive ev hard drives that are dual purpose. Plug the cartridge-esque Read More

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Mac Pro and Final Cut Pro X: First Impressions

The present and future of post production business and technology by| Philip Hodgetts A loaner Mac Pro arrived from Apple on Friday afternoon. It’s a 12 core, dual D700 GPUs, 512 GB Flash storage and 32 GB of RAM. Here are my initial thoughts after three days. The Mac Pro is beautiful. It’s really hard Read More

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First Impressions of Final Cut Pro X 10.1

nofilmschool by Austin Mace Apple’s release of the Final Cut Pro X 10.1 update came with a number of new features. From more 4K software and hardware support to better project and media management, FCP X‘s new capabilities are many, and here to share his first impressions of the update is a filmmaker who has Read More

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Merry Christmas from all of us at Videoguys.com!

December 24, 2013

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Avid ISIS: Unmatched Storage Flexibility & Cornerstone of Collaboration

Avid Blogs by Dennis Mahoney When I talk to customers about what they like most about Avid ISIS shared storage, a common response is always around how flexible and easy it is to manage.  While this may sound like something that every shared storage vendor should be able to boast about, most cannot.  The architecture Read More

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