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Razer Unveils the World’s First 4K Triple Display Laptop

Recently, we’ve covered a triple screen MacBook Pro setup without having a clue that only a few weeks later we’ll see the world’s first 4K triple display laptop officially announced by the leading gaming computer maker Razer. Not only that, but the brand new Project Valerie laptop

Premiere Pro CC 2017 to Resolve 12.5 Round Trip Workflow

Before we delve into the actual process, it’s essential to note that both of these platforms are completely different beasts regardless of the fact that they do share loads of common features. I’m sure you heard a lot of dreaded stories where editors have spent countless hours

The Ultimate 2016 MacBook Pro Setup For Your Editing Bay

If you’ve already picked up the latest 2016 MacBook Pro regardless of the controversies and rigorous debates that occurred since its official release a few weeks ago, you might find useful the practical desk setup suggested by Jonathan Morrison in the video below. It’s not only neat and clean,

This is How You Create a 3D Text in DaVinci Resolve 12.5 and Fusion 8

DaVinci Resolve 12.5 and Fusion 8 are very powerful applications on their own, but when you add the seamless integration between them, you get a complete, full-fledged and extremely efficient post-production suite providing limitless creative possibilities when it comes to editing, color grading, compositing, complex VFX work and

Final Cut Pro X Recieves the Most Significant Update Yet

Along with its brand new MacBook Pro models, Apple also introduced a significant update to its professional video editing app Final Cut Pro X which seems to be (arguably) the biggest the application has received since it was completely overhauled five years ago. Final Cut Pro X 10.3

How About 4K Editing on an Entry-Level 12-inch MacBook?

Native 4K video editing on a 12-inch MacBook with a 1.1Ghz Core M processor, Intel HD 5300 and 8GB of RAM might seem an impossible task for some, but is it such indeed? Hi-tech vlogger and filmmaker Jonathan Morrison provides the answer in the next video while explaining

How to Emulate the Dolly Zoom or Vertigo Effect in Post

The famous Dolly Zoom or Vertigo effect that has been employed extensively in numerous iconic Hollywood classics throughout the last century has become ubiquitous and highly recognizable over time but can one do it without using the conventional method of tracking forward and zooming out or vise verse? Well, it