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How Fast is the Top-of-the-Line 18-Core iMac Pro?

If you are currently on the fence of shelling out the cash for a brand new iMac Pro, it’s reasonable to ask yourself which model you should buy. Other relevant questions include “What advantages are gained with a higher core count?” or “Are these possible advantages worth

Video Devices PIX-E5H Earns High Praise on Lynda.com

Freelance Director of Photography James Ball has worked in a wide variety of genres from TV series, industrials, nonprofits, live-to- tape studio productions, and commercials. He has traveled the globe honing his craft, working on feature-length documentaries for National Geographic, Discovery, Smithsonian, and PBS channels. Ball also

Cinemartin Ships a New 4K Recorder in Summer Of 2015

If you are in the market for a new external recorder for your 4K camera, you might be interested in the recent announcement of a first recorder by Cinemartin due to be released this summer. The Spanish company, known for the famous Prores and HEVC H.265 standalone & plugin video converters, recently has announced

Which Codec Is Most Suitable for Your 4K Workflow?

Before answering this question we should take a more in-depth look at the definition and structure of video codecs. There is a lot of confusion and misunderstanding about how codecs work, what are the differences among them, which one is better than the other, which codec should be used in a