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OWC has announced the Atlas Pro range of fast SD and CFExpress cards with a high-speed CFExpress reader.

How complicated is it to fly a drone from a moving ship? Quite difficult it seems! Paul Joy highlights the problems and explains the solutions.

A week with the new M1Max powered 16 inch MacBook Pro. What's good, what's amazing and what we thought it would do better on.

Get rushes into the cloud instantly for viewing using Frame.io's new Camera to Cloud service.

A few months has passed since part one of the review of the QNAP TVS-682T. So after further tinkering and testing, how did it perform and will I be buying one?

We know that Final Cut Pro X can have issues with NFS storage. Felipe Baez details how to optimise a Synology RAID especially for shared FCPX editing.

adobe cc update 2015

Yes, we are a site about Final Cut Pro, but it doesn't do any harm to look at other NLEs out there. Especially when an update comes out with new features.

lumashare fcpx

XSAN is dead according to Sam Mestman. So how did they manage to replay 84 streams of 4K at the recent LACPUG meeting?

jmr lightening NAB

What happens when you cross a Mac Pro with a RAID and a breakout box? The answer? The new Lightning Quad Tower from JMR

accusys thunderbolt raid

We are pretty excited about this one. After a few years of wishing this product existed, Accusys will be demonstrating the first shared RAID storage unit using Thunderbolt at NAB. This is the most interesting piece of hardware news this year!

Red Giant update

Red Giant has just completed a huge update to its colour correction products. New features, better GPU usage and a new tool added to the Magic Bullet Suite 12.

aja blackmagic driver updates

On the same day both AJA and Blackmagic Design published new drivers for their video I/O devices. Just a tweak for BMD, but a new unified driver across products for AJA.

axle media management hub fcpx

At CES in Las Vegas, axle Video announced Drive - a new low cost product that gives producers and editors remote access to media assets via a web browser. Could this be a cheap and secure way of getting online approval of productions?