Posted by: Helmut on 28/11/2011 | 0 Comments
Some examples on how to use the SANlink.
Posted by: Helmut on 11/11/2011 | 0 Comments
Can Smoke for Mac and Resolve work on the same workstation happily together? I believe they can! Recently, I did some tests to see how far Smoke and Resolve can be combined on one system. The results are encouraging and worth sharing here.
Posted by: Andrew Mooney on 2/11/2011 | 1 Comment
Until Thunderbolt came along, the biggest hurdle in capturing high quality data on any laptop was it’s poor disk performance. Thunderbolt and a wide range of video I/O and storage devices are about to change the way people work on-set and in post-production.

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