Category Archives: Post-production

HP’s HOT New DreamColor Displays: The Z31x Studio and the Z24x G2

 I recently caught up with HP in New York to look at some hot new product announcements for creative artists and animators users as well as upgrades and enhancements to existing mobile workstation products. One of the most impressive new products was the HP 4K Dreamcolor Z31x Studio display. At the meeting, I was fortunate … Continue reading HP’s HOT New DreamColor Displays: The Z31x Studio and the Z24x G2

Leader of the Pack: Review of the HP Z840 Workstation & Z27s Display

 If you work in high-end post production, visual effects, animation, video editing, matte painting, audio recording or any creative field for that matter, you probably have already heard about HP’s top of the line workstation, the Z840, found throughout the industry in leading computer animation studios, color suites, editing facilities, production companies and by creative … Continue reading Leader of the Pack: Review of the HP Z840 Workstation & Z27s Display

Review of Premiere Pro CC 2015: Scopes & the Lumetri Color Panel

 While Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 has been out for a while, I only recently had a chance to go over the new features. Among other things, I had been traveling for a while then I hurt my back in the gym. But enough about me. Let’s talk about Premiere Pro CC 2015. Only several … Continue reading Review of Premiere Pro CC 2015: Scopes & the Lumetri Color Panel

Lenovo Unveils Powerful New Mobile Workstations

 Lenovo is getting serious about workstations. Earlier this year, the computer company rebooted their ThinkStation line of workstation towers, two of which I’ve reviewed. The top-of-the-line ThinkStation P900 is a powerhouse of a machine that’s capable of handling the most intense and demanding production challenges. It contains dual Xeons packed with 20 physical cores (that’s … Continue reading Lenovo Unveils Powerful New Mobile Workstations

Review of Digital Rebellion’s Kollaborate

 While some things never change, other things really do. Fifteen years into the third millennium, the business of making motion pictures has been significantly affected by new technology. Computers and software have profoundly changed the way we do our jobs, and editors have embraced the creative freedom and unlimited opportunities for experimentation that is possible … Continue reading Review of Digital Rebellion’s Kollaborate