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Video Streaming Computer Build Part 1: AMD Processor, Gigabyte Motherboard

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Jeffrey Powers

Madison, WI

Description: For the Geek in all of us

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Video Streaming Computer Build Part 1: AMD Processor, Gigabyte Motherboard

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I remember when you changed out your desktop computer every 18 months. Yet, I have been using the same computer now for the last 6 years. The AMD Phenom II 4-core processor has not failed me in those years of work. But now with newer chipsets and faster speeds, I can more than quadruple the power of...

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Roland Video Mixers VR-50HD and VR-3EX at NAB 2015

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Those of us moving to streaming or recording video are always looking for a good switching unit. While at NAB 2015, I checked with Roland and their VR-50HD and VR-3X mixers.

Roland VR-3EX





The VR-3EX is a four-channel SD video mixer. This mixer will send a 480i signal through the USB 2.0 port, or u...

Blackmagic Micro Cinema Camera is Small and Customizable

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Video cameras are getting smaller and more functional for that cinematic look in whatever you do. That is the case for the Blackmagic Micro Cinema camera. The best part - it's a fully open and customizable camera...

HP Z1 G2 All-In-One Workstations for Powerful Editing

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While at NAB 2015, I checked out the powerful Z desktops and the Z1 G2 All-in-one workstation. This is a 27-inch touchscreen all-in-one. Inside is an Intel - i3,i5, i7 or Xeon E3 processor - DDR3 non-ECC RAM at 1866 MHz, Intel or NVidia graphics and more...

Sony Xperia Z3v is a Powerful Android Smartphone

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In the last few weeks I got to use the Sony Xperia Z3v smartphone on the Verizon network. Being a big fan of the Z2 tablet, I was excited to really delve into the cool features of the Z3v phone and use in tandem with the tablet...

Interview Microphones: Shure SM58 vs. Audio Technica AT8004L, ATR-2100

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I chose to upgrade my podcast Interview microphone to something that actually had a longer handle. In doing the research, I found the Audio-Technica AT8004L had a lot of the features I needed, including the long handle. So when I received the mic, I had to make sure it was going to do as good of a...

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