Apple impressed attendees of their fall iPad event in Cupertino today with a dazzling addition to the Mac line of computers — an iMac with Retina Display. Exchanging the marketing-speak for real numbers, the new iMac has a 5K display.
4K editors rejoice, as word on the street - according to Macworld UK - is that Intel is rolling out a new range of Xeon E5 processors for those in need of more parallel processing oomph. But will they be coming to a Mac Pro near you?
In advance of the launch of OSX Yosemite this fall, Apple today rolled out a new lineup of MacBook Pros. Apple’s powerful laptop series saw minor refreshes across the board, but ought to handle the new demands of the OS and upcoming applications even better than the previous MacBooks.
We got our hands on one of the new Mac Pros a bit early, and you'll never guess what was inside the box! Our model is a 3.0Ghz 8-core Intel Xeon machine with 64GB of memory and dual FirePro D700s. We can't wait to try it out! Stay tuned for the complete review.
With the ability to make simple edits and share them over the Web, its applications range from making videos of your kids to making preliminary edits of dailies on a movie set. For the price, Avid Studio for iPad can't be beat.
Recently, we dug up old episodes of the Videomaker TV show that aired on Channel America in the early 90s. If you're missing the 90's this will be a good shot in the arm. Otherwise, turn back now--bad haircuts and pegged Levi's are on the loose. Most notable was this clip where Matt and Ron exercise a Mac and PC on the nearly impossible task of video editing (some linear, some nonlinear). My question is who's Mac and who's PC. Leave your comments.