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Monthly Archives: September 2013

G-Technology G-Dock Ev review: A new level of external storage flexibility

The G-Dock Ev blends USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt technologies together to offer a fast and flexible storage option. It comes with two TB G-Drive Ev units that can double as standalone USB 3.0 portable drives. You can also set up the G-Dock’s storage using RAID 1 or RAID 0 and make it work just like […]

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The Best Video Editing Software 2013 (Part One): The Beginning

It had to come to this. This article compares seven of the biggest names in video editing to find the best video editing software. We all know this is going to end in a bloodbath. Look around far and wide, and you won’t find a single comprehensive comparison of every major video editing software. So, […]

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G-Technology show how to get almost 1000 MB/s write speeds with striped Thunderbolt drives

Ever wanted to get super fast drive read and write speeds in the field? editing RAW or 4K material on location? Well G-technology might just have answered your prayers with this clever workaround using multiple striped Thunderbolt drives. By making use of the two Thunderbolt ports on the newer Macbook Pros you can now stripe […]

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Matrox Ships Monarch HD Video Streaming and Recording Appliance

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HP Z Workstations and Displays..!

This past week I was in Manhattan New York City to take part in the HP Pre Launch. It was really cool to see all the latest HP offerings and enhancements to their whole new Z Workstations, Z Books, Z Displays…basically HP has a total solution now to maximize your workflow from mobile, workstation, and […]

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Final Cut Pro X for Pros: New Features Expand the Editing Experience

Final Cut Pro X is steadily gaining support among professional editors as Apple integrates more features in response to users’ needs. Unlike the previous iterations of Final Cut Studio—where everything was integrated into a bundle of Apple applications—FCP X relies to a greater extent on an ecosystem of outside developers who have brought a number […]

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Thunderbolt and storage roundup from IBC 2013

So what was the big news about storage at IBC 2013? Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2. We did the tour of the storage and peripheral booths on the basis that most of us won’t be buying a Petabyte SAN! …read more

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Okay, fine. Premiere Pro CC is pretty good to me.

Alright, I’ll admit it. Premiere is pretty decent these days. I know a lot of people say that. The Internet is filled with love letters to Adobe. I haven’t really been among them, well, ever. I’ve almost always had bad experiences with Premiere, which I’ve documented a-plenty. Long story short (unless you go back and […]

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Adobe Tools For the New Creative

When we shared our vision for the Creative Cloud at MAX, we said it would give us the opportunity and the impetus to innovate – and ultimately empower a new generation of creatives. With full hearts and open minds we also shared our first explorations into the future of creative hardware. …read more

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The Ultimate Guide to Learning how to use Your first DSLR

If you’ve bought yourself a DSLR and, after unpacking it from the box, you are intimidated by the number of buttons and dials, and by the thickness of the manual, it can be very tempting to put the manual down, flick it onto ‘Auto’ and start shooting. Whilst that is fine for some, it may […]

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