Right before Halloween and during its "Scary Fast" event, Apple revealed the M3 family of desktop processors. The base M3, M3 Pro, and M3 Max chips were all highlighted with significant improvements over the past two generations. To start, Apple has equipped the 14" and 16" MacBook Pros with various M3 options, while the
Apple's product lineup has evolved quite a bit, with more options today than at any point in the company's history. Choosing the right device can be intimidating for the first-time buyer or aspiring professional. This guide is meant for anyone hoping to incorporate a Mac into their creative workflow and should help you break down and more easily identify which device might be right for you. There are currently six categories that comprise the Mac universe: MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, iMac, Mac Studio, and Mac Pro. Of course, within
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How does Apple’s new M2 Max chip perform during video editing and encoding, and how does it compare to its predecessor? Doug Guerra tests the M2 Max’s rendering times in programs like Premiere Pro and Davinci Resolve against the M1 Max. 0:00 - Introduction 0:39 - What's New? 2:15 - Adobe Premiere Pro 4:55 - Davinci Resolve 7:08 - HandBreak 8:26 – Key Takeaways 11:33 - Final Thoughts For more information, be sure to read our initial
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In this video, photographer Moshe Zussman shows us how and why to shoot tethered. Photographing while your camera is connected to a computer minimizes your workflow and helps your clients visualize the results. Shooting tethered also assists the photographer in knowing what changes to make to achieve the near-perfect image.