Category Archives: computers

Backing up video footage – WD My Cloud Home NAS Server

In today’s video I talk about an easy-to-set-up system for backing up data. I use the WD My Cloud network hard drive. Besides being able to automatically back up my video footage, the drive also gives me access to all my footage while I am away from home (as long as my home router is on). Continue reading Backing up video footage – WD My Cloud Home NAS Server

Artist’s Tool – HP ZBook X2G4 Mobile Workstation

In today’s video I talk about a new work tablet I got from HP, the Zbook X2 G4. This mobile workstation uses some great features also found on Wacom tablets and the Microsoft Surface Pro. Yet it combines it all into a slim and easy-to-travel-with package. Continue reading Artist’s Tool – HP ZBook X2G4 Mobile Workstation

BEST 4K Display for Video & Photo Professionals

I’ve recently added second editing and color grading workstation to my office. While building my new set-up, I was looking at the latest and best options for my monitors. I know I wanted to have a dual monitor set-up with a ultra-wide monitor for my editing timeline, and the second monitor that I can use for my full screen display and color reference. Continue reading BEST 4K Display for Video & Photo Professionals

Best video and photo editing monitor: here’s what I bought

Color grading is challenging enough, but it is much more so when you don’t have a professional monitor. There are many good monitors out there, but they cost thousands of dollars. I wasn’t quite prepared to spend that much money, though. Continue reading Best video and photo editing monitor: here’s what I bought

Boosting my editing laptop with m.2 SSD

Early this year I bought the Asus GL553VD, a budget gaming laptop that is also a capable video editing machine (here is my full review of it). I really wanted a laptop with a spacious solid-state drive, but rather than buy a computer with such a drive, I chose a model that is easy upgradeable. This way I could get what I wanted, without breaking the bank. Continue reading Boosting my editing laptop with m.2 SSD