4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

NVIDIA Turing technology solves RED 8K Bottleneck

August 16, 2018

8k is slowly taking over as the gold standard or resolution in professional circles, but it takes a powerfull and expensive computer to be able to edit 8k footage. Check out the artcile below to see what nvidia is doing to help make it easier to edit 8k footage. From nvidia.com State-of-the-art cameras can capture Read More

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By Christine,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

NVIDIA Announces External eGPU Acceleration for Video Editing on Laptops

August 7, 2017

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,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

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

June 15, 2017

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,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

NVIDIA Quadro M6000 powers vivid, social experience in real time

January 5, 2017

The NVIDIA Quadro M6000, accelerated by NVIDIA’s Maxwell™ GPU architecture, lets you conquer your most challenging visualization workloads with ease and enjoy interactive physically based rendering of your work. CREATING A GROUND-BREAKING REAL ESTATE BUYING EXPERIENCE IMMERSIVE Design Studios delivers a vivid, social experience in real time using proprietary software powered by the NVIDIA® Quadro® Read More

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By Jim,
Nvidia Quadro

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

Choosing & Optimizing your GPU for Adobe Premiere CC 2015

July 27, 2016

One of, if not the, most important component in your digital video editing workstation is the GPU – especially if you are an Adobe Premiere editor. If you do not have the right GPU, you will be unable to take full advantage of the Adobe Mercury Playback engine.  Without Mercury Playback you will find it Read More

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By Gary,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

Into The Future: Harnessing The Power Of VR Storytelling

July 14, 2016

Into The Future: Harnessing The Power Of VR For Storytelling by: James Mathers / DigiMediaPros Although I’’ve written about Virtual Reality previously, it is such a quickly evolving space, that I think it deserves an update. I’’ve been researching the latest developments in preparation for SIGGRAPH, coming up later this month. I’’ll be moderating a Read More

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By Jim,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

Videoguys Recommended Laptops for Video Editing and Live Production

June 4, 2016

Welcome to the Summer 2016 version of this guide. We get asked all the time about what laptops we recommend for video editing and live video streaming. In the past we would only get asked about editing, but today more and more people want to start producing live video streaming to YouTube Live, Ustream, Twitch Read More

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By Jim,
Videoguys Recommended Laptops for Video Editing and Live Production

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

NVIDIA Quadro M4000 & M5000 Push Workstation GPU Performance

March 16, 2016

For professional level video editing and content creation work Videoguys recommends NVIDIA Quadro cards. These cards cost a bit more, but they are over engineered to maximize workstation performance and reliability. If you’re building a DIY machine a gaming GPU can deliver the performance you want at a cheaper price, but for workstations we strongly Read More

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By Gary,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

AMD & OpenCL vs Nvidia & CUDA: Which will perform best?

July 24, 2015

Picking the right  graphics card (GPU) is critical for video editing applications. When both PCs and Macs shipped with nVidia GPUs loaded with CUDA cores this was pretty simple. Apple has since abandoned nVidia and gone with AMD. The new Mac Pro gets most of its performance gains from having two powerful AMD Sapphire graphics cards. Read More

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By Gary,

4K, UHD and 3D, Video Editing

Workstation on a Budget

July 21, 2014

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 Jim,