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2012 iMac Beats Mac Pro in Resolve and CS6

January 7, 2013, 09:13 AM


Oh where, oh where is Apple’s “Pro” line of products going? Okay, I admit the words don’t work as well with the song as the actual lyrics, but it’s still a fair enough question to ask. There’s speculation that Apple is slowly but surely consolidating its professional products line with its consumer one — in terms of both software and hardware — but whatever the reason for the delay, the fact is that the Mac Pro has been ‘on hiatus’ for two years at this point.

#resolve#cs6#mac pro#premiere pro#nle#imac
Workflow Update: iMac, Adobe and X Factor

December 11, 2012, 03:29 PM


With five edit suites currently running at Biscardi Creative Media, and four more on standby, Walter Biscardi and crew need the best possible performance our of their workflow and machines. Here, Walter describes the power (yes, power) of the iMac, the workhorse Adobe Premiere Pro, and some never say never insight on FCP X.

#adobe#film editing#imac#x factor#edit suites#biscardi
Workflow Update: iMac, Adobe, and the

December 10, 2012, 03:19 PM


Apple iMacs As I noted in my previous blog, the iMacs are fast becoming my machine of choice and the newest models are even more impressive than the two we have running.    At this time, barring any major announcement from Apple that changes my mind, my plan is to replace the remaining 3 Mac [...]

#workflow#adobe#nle#apple#imac#x factor
Configuring an iMac for video editing

December 7, 2012, 07:54 AM


I bought a new 27-inch iMac when they went on sale Friday, specifically for video editing. And, because I've had a lot of requests recently, I wanted to tell you what I bought and why.

#film editor#film editing#imac
Configuring An iMac For Video Editing

December 2, 2012, 04:49 PM


I bought a new 27" iMac when they went on sale Friday, specifically for video editing. And, because I've had a lot of requests recently, I wanted to tell you what I bought and why.

#imac#video editor
The iMac 2012 is finally for sale: a first look fo

November 30, 2012, 04:27 PM


Apple's 2012 iMacs took a long time to be announced, then the 21.5" version was promised for November, and today (the last day of November) it is finally available, while the larger 27-inch version is at least capable of being ordered now. Most pro video users who consider it will likely prefer a BTO (built-to-order) version, which is available either directly...

#apple#imac#video professionals
G-RAID with Thunderbolt Drive Review

November 30, 2012, 04:21 PM


Not only am I the face of the Audioholics product review videos, I also have the job of editing them together. That's sort of my niche: editing video. And now that everything shoots in HD and the smallest video file can take up over a gig--sorry, gigabyte--hard drive space is a commodity that is both increasingly cheap yet even more increasingly in demand. I recently switched away from a Mac Pro tower to a faster iMac, but with that came a loss of four hard drive slots...

#drive#hard drive#film editing#hd#g-raid#video editing#imac

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