Dell today announced the release of the latest line of Precision mobile workstations, allowing “creative professionals that demand purpose-built solutions to manage their critical workloads.” The new workstations are thinner and lighter on the outside due to a design combination of carbon fibre and aluminium; while new processors and faster memory and storage contribute to the enhanced performance on the inside.
The edge-to-edge display of the Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor is literally easy on the eyes. The curve creates a more uniform focal distance and helps your eyes search the monitor less. The picture-in-picture capability in the UltraSharp 34 Curved Monitor accepts two PCs, and allows one mouse and keyboard to control it.
Today Dell is announcing it's new line of performance workstations, and we at Videomaker were lucky enough to get a Precision T7600 in for an early look. Even before firing it up, it's clear that this workstation was built to work. If you're getting a Mac Pro vibe you're not alone. The carved mesh front and rectangular top handle is reminiscent of that iconic look, but don't let its looks fool you. Dell has pushed functional design to new levels with the T7600, by putting user convenience at the forefront.
I have been using Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 8.0 on my computer Dell Inspiron laptop and editing Sony camcorder clips with pretty good results. Things have changed. We recently purchased a Nikon D7000 and I'm finding the clips to be 'jumpy' when in the editing software. I set the camera at 720 HD 30 frames. My laptop is running XP Version 2002. Processor 1.70GHz; 1.23 GB RAM. I realize the company should upgrade the laptop. What I'm trying to is find either a reasonably priced laptop (PC because all our software is PC) or better handle the MOV files.
About a year ago I got my first editing software, Pinnacle Studio Ultimate V.12. Now I was coming from movie maker so I didn.t care when it said magic bullet looks couldn't work on my computter. Now i'm on v.14 and it still has magic bullet. Once againit shows an error. After talking to some VFX people I know I decidedI need to use this software.
So what type of graphics card do I need. I use a dell computter.
An interesting article on CNET contemplates what is going on with the Voodoo brand, which was acquired by HP in 2006. The brand has been much less active compared to, say, Dell's Alienware brand (coincidentally, acquired by Dell in '06), which has remained fairly active by comparison.
Yesterday I went to use my laptop hard for about an hour, and the thing got so hot it started to stutter, and miss keystroke commands. I checked the fans with the diagnostics, and everything seems fine. I keep the thing on a laptop pad (always on), but the thing just gets hot.
I would like to do some video editing on the laptop as well as the desktop (for when I travel), but if it gets so hot, I do not think I will be able to do so. Is it possible to ventilate a Dell Inspiron E1720 case so I do not burn up the hardware?