Webinar: Choosing the Right Hardware for Your Virtual Production Workflow

With the popularity of virtual production, many people are looking to build computer systems that are optimized for high-end video editing, compositing, and color work. However, the performance requirements of LED walls, green screen virtual sets, and motion capture can vary widely, depending upon the type of hardware being used and the complexity of the environment being built.

In this 45-minute webinar, Kelly will look into the optimal PC hardware for Virtual Production. He will discuss how the CPU, video card, RAM, and other components affect performance for LED Walls, green screens, and motion capture workflows.

Vu Studios Partners with Puget Systems

Puget Systems has entered into a strategic partnership with Vu Studios, a full-service video and virtual production studio based in Tampa, FL in a collaborative effort to drive standardization of virtual production hardware for the industry. The two companies have also entered into an agreement naming Puget Systems as the preferred workstations provider for all Vu Studios facilities across the country.

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Partnership with Phil Holland

Phil Holland is a Director and Cinematographer based out of Los Angeles, California. With a passion for high quality compelling motion picture content and a keen interest in state of the art technology Phil has shot exclusively in the 4K and 4K+ arena for several years. In 2016 he went “all 8K” and has since been a pioneer on that new visual frontier.

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Puget Systems at 2022 NAB Show

In 2022, our goal is to be where our customers are; to learn more about them, learn more about their workflows, and what cutting edge technologies are enabling those workflows. What better place to do that than NAB?

Webinar: The Current State of Workstation Hardware for After Effects

If you’re looking to build your next After Effects workstation, you want the best system possible for your money.

In this 45 minute webinar, Matt will cover the latest findings from our After Effects performance benchmarks to help you get the most performance no matter your budget.

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Puget Systems at 2022 Game Developers Conference

In 2022, our goal is to be where our customers are; to learn more about them, learn more about their workflows, and what cutting edge technologies are enabling those workflows. What better place to do that than GDC?

Webinar: How to Choose the Best Hardware for Unreal Engine Game Development

Is your game development workflow more *work* than *flow*? It could be your hardware holding you back.

In this 45 minute webinar, Kelly Shipman will cover how the various components in your system affect performance in Unreal Engine.

Ideal for Unreal Engine users looking to improve the stability and performance of their workflow.

Webinar: Optimizing PC Performance in Premiere Pro & After Effects

In this 45 minute webinar, Matt Bach will show us the best way to optimize your PC to get the most out of Premiere Pro & After Effects.

He’ll be covering topics specific to those applications in addition to general system and hardware tips.

Bring your questions and curiosity!

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DDR5 Memory

DDR5 memory is the latest standard for computer system RAM (random access memory) and is due to replace the previous generation, DDR4, over the coming years. What makes DDR5 an improvement, and would you like to be notified when it is available?

Partnership with Harrison Kinsley

Harrison Kinsley uses Flask web development on all of his business sites, Scikit Learn and TensorFlow for machine learning and data analysis with Ensmo.com, and Natural Language Toolkit for natural language processing with Sentdex.com to teaching a massive variety of Python programming topics on PythonProgramming.net.