Retired freelance TV commercial and documentory producer/director/camera/editor
Craig Marshall updates his enormously popular article, How to build a system to run Resolve - on a shoestring, by spending a bit of his hard-earned cash on a rather necessary GPU upgrade.
With all its high-profile and international presence, you may be forgiven for thinking Røde is a giant multinational company, but in fact it is a relatively small family operation and one that has just released four new products simultaneously, a first for the Australian firm.
Some readers may remember a piece RedSharkNews published in 2013 detailing the camera rig I built up from parts collected from all over the world. In keeping with this theme, I recently purchased an Atomos Ninja Star portable ProRes recorder to give my three year-old Sony HD ‘hybrid’ a new lease of life.
RedShark Replay: This article is nearly two years old now and, as we all know, the industry moves a bit faster than that. But, for anyone that's watched our new Resolve tutorials, this story about one man's quest to put together a smooth, responsive system to run it on a budget will still have resonance.
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- Tuesday 12 Sep 2017 - (8467) Canon announces two new fixed lens 4K camcorders with high frame rate capabilities
- Wednesday 13 Sep 2017 - (7663) HP boasts new workstation is ‘the most powerful on the planet’
- Friday 15 Sep 2017 - (6958) Sony's new 120fps 8K broadcast camera offers a step change for live broadcasting
- Thursday 21 Sep 2017 - (277) How the DSLR revolution changed the way we look at cameras — part 2
- Wednesday 20 Sep 2017 - (364) The Core SWX Bolt 250 - smaller and lighter, it's the ideal on camera light
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- Wednesday 20 Sep 2017 - (939) Cinemartin's Eclipse monitor: slim, light, and bright
- Tuesday 19 Sep 2017 - (2276) Your new, $149 film scanner from Nikon