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Step into mixed reality with the Meta Quest 3! Jabari Holder puts the Quest 3 through its paces to see how productive, social, and entertained one can be using this VR headset. 0:00 - Introduction 0:54 - Improvements and Specs 4:05 - Work 5:23 - Gameplay 6:16 - Entertainment 6:48 - Final Thoughts and Battery Life Are you a fan of the Meta Quest 3? Tell us why or why not, in the Comments section, below.
Enjoy impeccable color accuracy and a stunning 4K display, all in a 17-inch screen that fits small desk spaces. Take a look at what the Wacom Cintiq Pro 17 and the new Pro Pen 3 have to offer. 0:00 - Introduction 0:33 - Build and Design 1:04 - Display 1:29 - Pen Pro 3 2:06 - Ergonomics 2:48 - Connectivity 3:07 - Final Thoughts Are
We put the new M2 Mac Studio to the test. How fast can the M2 Mac Studio export video in different codecs across different editing software? The results may surprise you (in a good way). 0:00 - Introduction 0:31 – In-Depth Specs 1:44 - Speed Test in Adobe Premiere 3:13 - Speed Test in Davinci Resolve 4:33 - Speed Test Using Software Encoding 6:38 - CPU & GPU Usage 7:28 - M2 Ultra Mac Pro Tower 7:55 - Benefits of the M2 Mac Studio 8:16 - Final Thoughts Are you planning on
Take your entertainment experiences to new dimensions by adding the 49" Samsung Odyssey OLED G9 Gaming Monitor to your computer setup. By merging two QHD (1440p) screens into a single 5120 x 1440 resolution, 1800R curved display, this monitor fully immerses you in games and movies by wrapping your field of view. The stylish silver metal frame measures just 4.5mm at its slimmest point, with razor thin bezels, offering
SanDisk Professional has launched the PRO-BLADE system, a brand-new, modular, hot-swappable, portable SSD product line for capturing film and photography directly from your camera. Follow along to get a deep dive into this new ecosystem and its top features. 0:00 - Introduction 3:00 - How the Pro-Blade Ecosystem Works 12:33 - Pro-Blade Station Versatility 14:34 - How the Pro-Blade System Compares to Traditional Drives and its Key Features 23:20 - Pro-Blade Media Workflow 27:18 - What Cameras are Compatible with the Pro-Blade Drive? 30:45 -
Need to access your files from anywhere in the world? Network attached storage (NAS) is the solution for you! Follow along as Matt Zefi explains what NAS is, how it differs from DAS, what setups to use, and more. 0:00 - Introduction 0:22 - What is NAS? 0:41 - NAS vs. DAS 1:16 - Small and Medium Setups 1:59 - Large Setup 3:27 - 3-2-1 Backup 4:12 - Internet Access Do you use NAS in your workflow? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
Are you tired of losing your data? In this video, Matt Zefi presents a simple and seamless solution for backing up your data using a variety of DAS. What are your own tips for backing up your data? Do you agree with Zefi's techniques? 0:00 - Introduction 0:37 - Backing-Up Basics 1:13 - Image Backup of Your Computer 1:47 - Smaller Setups 2:19 - Medium- and Large-Sized Setups 4:53 - Software and Hardware RAID 6:35 - File Sync 7:02 - Mobile Drive 7:31 - Hard Drive Health 7:45 - Cloud Solutions
In this video, Doug Guerra upgrades the PC he built in 2020 with the new Intel® Arc™ A770 and A750 graphics cards. Watch as Guerra explains what needs to be upgraded and demonstrates how each graphics card performs when editing and encoding video, as well as during AI Video Processing. 0:00 - Summary of Previous Build 3:34 - Upgrading Our PC 9:24 - Arc First Impressions 10:38 - Adobe Premiere Performance 12:02 - DaVinci Resolve
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
Wacom takes your professional graphics workflow to a new space with the launch of the Cintiq Pro 27 Creative Pen and Touch Display. Designed to keep you focused on your projects, this high-performance 26.9-inch pen-and-touchscreen display features 3840 x 2160 resolution, 120 Hz refresh rate, and support for 10-bit color and high-dynamic range, covering 98% of the DCI-P3 gamut to deliver life-like photos and illustrations. The easy-to-reach
Let's talk NAS (Network Attached Storage)! In this webinar, Chris Fry of Synology and Murray Wais of Matchstick Productions discuss the benefits of Synology's NAS, which is perfect for photo and video production teams looking to streamline their file management. 0:00 - Introduction 1:08 - Today's Speakers & About Synology 4:08 - Downsides of Hard Drive & Cloud Storage 7:38 - What is NAS? 8:56 - Benefit 1 (Centralized Storage) 18:34 - Benefit 2 (Remote Sharing) 34:18 - Benefit 3 (Backup & Recovery) 43:34 - Q&A 57:14 - Final
Perfect for designers, content creators, and video and photo editors, the BenQ PD3420Q Monitor delivers 33% more screen area (with a wide 21:9 aspect ratio), breathtaking picture quality, accurate color, and more! Click to learn more about the BenQ PD3420Q.
Let’s take a look at the Synology DiskStation DS1621+, which features six drive bays, 4GB RAM, quad-core processor, and more. In this B&H video, Jake Estes and Doug Guerra edit footage from this NAS drive to see how it performs. What is your preferred drive for storing video? Tell us about it in the Comments section, below.
SanDisk Professional’s PRO-BLADE lineup isn’t just a series of products—it’s a complete ecosystem that delivers performance, versatility, and fast workflow scalability. The PRO-BLADE lineup includes the PRO-BLADE SSD MAG, PRO-BLADE TRANSPORT, and the PRO-BLADE STATION (which will be available later this year). Let’s take a deeper dive and see exactly what is offered. PRO-BLADE SSD MAG We wouldn’t be anywhere
The Apple Mac Studio with M1 Ultra Chip powers through workflows, including playback of 18 streams of 8K ProRes video, 8K rendering, encoding and decoding of H.264, HEVC, ProRes, and much more! Doug Guerra takes the Mac Studio through its paces, editing and exporting large files with DaVinci Resolve and Adobe Premiere Pro. Guerra also uses