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New Apple Mac Mini 2018 – Precursor to the Upcoming Mac Pro 2019?

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Yesterday, at the NYC Apple event, the Cupertino electronics giant announced a few new consumer products and in between the iPad Pro 2018 and the new Macbook Air, Apple managed to sneak in a new Mac Mini, which now packs more horsepower than ever and can even be used as a realistic base for an editing…
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Blackmagic Design Introduces the eGPU Pro with Radeon RX Vega 56

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Only a few months after the release of the original eGPU, Blackmagic Design are now rolling out the brand new eGPU Pro, a Thunderbolt 3 equipped external GPU powered by a Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics processor. The Pro model uses the same aluminum chassis with a thermal grill for cooling and efficient heat dissipation…
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Lexar Announces World’s Largest A2 microSD Card with 512GB Storage!

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Lexar, popular makers of flash memory solutions, that many thought had thrown in the towel (but were recently acquired by a Chinese company), recently announced a massive 512GB Lexar High-Performance 633x microSDXC™ UHS-I card meets the Application Performance Class 2 (A2) requirements from the latest SD Association’s 6.0 specifications. This card is the largest capacity…
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DJI Unveils the Mavic 2 Enterprise Drone

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DJI just announced the Mavic 2 Enterprise which essentially seems to be a beefed-up version of the Mavic 2 Zoom that features the exact same ultra-compact and foldable design as well as 2x Optical Zoom camera and gimbal combination. Additionally, the Mavic 2 Enterprise boasts an array of advanced controls and accessories that extend users’ capabilities…
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Acer Predator Helios 500 – 8-Core Ryzen Laptop for Video Editing

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With the continuing advancements in hardware technology, the gap between laptop and desktop performance is quickly closing. Thanks to innovative engineering strategies, companies like Intel, NVIDIA, and AMD have found ways to push the boundaries of mobile computing technology by integrating desktop-grade processors into portable computers with a much smaller physical footprint, thus creating a…
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Blackmagic RAW 4.6K Footage and Tests with URSA Mini Pro: Part 1

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First off, huge thanks to Blackmagic Design UK for lending me an URSA Mini Pro (which I sent back) in order to test Blackmagic Raw. In this post, I’ll share a couple of tests as well as some footage I shot using the latest Blackmagic Raw format announced at IBC 2018, which we wrote about…
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VideoProc: Reveals the Easiest Tricks to Transcode and Edit 4K Videos Faster

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You’d love to shoot 4K footage. Featuring approximately 4,000 horizontal pixels, 4K helps create sharper and detailed images. On the other hand, 4K post-production is inevitable. Not only should you fix possible incompatibility problem due to HEVC, but you also hope to make a better-looking than a raw file. The expert 4K processing software –…
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Canon EOS R vs Sony A7III for Shooting Video

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There’s no surprise that Sony continues to receive a tremendous amount of praise with their filmmaker-oriented A7III. With the release of Canon’s very first full-frame mirrorless camera the EOS R, however, many content creators are now pondering which one of the two rivals would suit their creative workflow better. To answer this question, Dave Altizer from…
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