Thursday, June 2, 2011
Monday, May 23, 2011
DeckLink Quad - Shipping now
SmartView Duo – Shipping now in limited quantity
H.264 Pro Recorder - any day now
Media Express 3 – any day now (this will come at the same time as the H.264 Pro Recorder)
DaVinci Resolve 8 (free download) - June
DaVinci Resolve Lite (free) - 2 to 3 weeks after above release
UltraStudio SDI - June
UltraStudio 3D - July
DeckLink 4K - June
Atem 1 M/E & 1 M/E Panel - June
Atem Television Studio – July
Atem Camera Converter - July
Atem 2 M/E & 2 M/E Panel - August
HyperDeck Shuttle – May/June
HyperDeck Studio - July
Rugged Mini Converters - end July
GPI/Tally Box – July
Universal Videohub 288 – July
Universal Videohub 72 - August
For more information on these products, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday, May 9, 2011
• What kind of Mac should I edit with?
• Do I need a tower?
• How much RAM should I buy?
• What kind of storage space do I need?
• What graphics card should I get?
Download Silverado's latest white paper "Preparing for Final Cut Pro X" and learn about the latest technologies that will allow Final Cut Pro X to perform like no other previous editing package. These topics include OpenCL, 64-bit RAM utilization, and Grand Central Dispatch.
"Preparing for Final Cut Pro X" is an 18-page PDF download. You can get it here:
New White Paper: Preparing for Final Cut Pro X [LINK]
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
We've known for a long time that its infinitely easier to use a Mac Pro because they are far more expandable and flexible for the creative professional. However, Lloyd Chambers recently wrote a great article on the exact reasons why you should get a Mac Pro and skip the iMac:
Mac Pro Westmere Compared to Quad-Core iMac by Lloyd Chambers at Mac Performance Guide
Click over to read Lloyd's laundry list of reason's why you shouldn't get an iMac for professional work. Its a great read. It will convince you to save your nickels and dimes for that tower!
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
This just in from Blackmagic Design...
BMD will host a series of free DaVinci Resolve for Mac training workshops at the upcoming Tenth Annual FCPUG San Francisco SuperMeet on January 28, 2011.
If you weren't already aware, the Final Cut Pro Users Group’s (FCPUG) annual San Francisco SuperMeet is the largest gathering of FCP, Avid and Adobe editors, HDSLR filmmakers, digital content creators and gurus in California in 2011, and includes free workshops, networking and the ability to connect with more than 35 software and hardware developers in the SuperMeet Digital Showcase.
During the day of the SuperMeet, Blackmagic Design will host three workshops offering training and tips for users of the DaVinci Resolve for Mac non-linear color correction system. The sessions, hosted by Rich Montez, the founder and owner of LA’s Whipping Post Services and 25-year veteran Hollywood colorist, will provide an introduction to the DaVinci Resolve for Mac, showcase proper set up and integration tips, provide basic how-to’s and detail Resolve features and capabilities, such as the advantages of real-time performance in color correction.
When: January 28, 2011 -- Sessions occur from 11:30 - 12:30 pm PT, 1:00 - 2:00 pm PT and 2:30 - 3:30 pm PT
Where: Mission Bay Conference Center UCSF, San Francisco, CA