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HP Envy 17 Brings Gesture Based Computing to Consumers

HP Envy 17 with Leap Motion
Some people believe that all it takes is a little magic to create a video. A wave of the hand and “Presto!” the editing magician’s video is now a reality on screen. This is now closer to reality than ever before as HP announced they’ll be offering the HP Envy 17 with Leap Motion.

The Fastest Processor for Video Editing

Logos on Intel and AMD
Video editing is no simple task. Besides mastering the intricacies of a professional video editing system, video editors needs to understand their system’s processing needs. What features are important in a CPU for video editing and motion graphics? Why would you chose one CPU over another? How do CPU lines from AMD and Intel differ in these features?

OS X Mountain Lion's Coolest Features for Videographers

OS X Mountain Lion's Coolest Features for Videographers

Leading up to today's Mountain Lion release, Final Cut Pro 7 users everywhere were sweating bullets wondering if their beloved Apple based editing platform would finally be killed off (that is, be incompatable with future OS updates). Well, for those of you looking for that bite sized bit of information, here it is: Final Cut Pro 7 still works with OS X Mountain Lion. That said, I'd advise FCP 7 users still sitting on the sidelines to make a decision: Apple, Adobe, Avid, or Sony (if you're OK switching to Windows). Apple can't support FCP 7 forever.

Editing Tip: Clean Edits

Editing Tip: Clean Edits
It's easy to spot amateur video. These videos are usually unpolished, resulting in a slew of flash frames. To the untrained eye, flash frames can be hard to spot.