DaVinci Resolve is a feature-rich application used for a wide range of post-production tasks and whether you primarily work in the Edit, Color, or Fusion tabs (or all three!), nothing is worse than when your computer gets in the way of your creativity. In this 45-minute webinar, Matt Bach will cover the best hardware for DaVinci Resolve – from CPU, GPU, RAM, and storage – and how your decision may change depending on your workflow.
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.
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.
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!
Webinar: Optimizing Hardware For Maximum Performance in Revit
In partnership with the Seattle Revit User Group, Puget Systems will be hosting a webinar focusing on computer hardware performance in Revit. During this 1-hour webinar, William George will cover topics including how the core components in a PC impact Revit, additional hardware considerations for rendering, and a brief discussion of requirements for using VR headsets.
Webinar: AMD Threadripper 3rd Gen HPC Parallel Performance and Scaling (video)
In this 45 minute webinar, William George will go over the major components that go into a workstation, explaining what each does and how they impact SOLIDWORKS performance. Our goal is to equip you to select the right hardware in your next engineering system, and we’ll make time at the end for a brief Q&A time as well.
Webinar: AMD Threadripper 3rd Gen HPC Parallel Performance and Scaling
In this 45 minute webinar, Dr. Donald Kinghorn will go over recent HPC testing on the latest AMD Threadripper processors. These extraordinary many-core processors present opportunity and challenges for high performance workstation use. The talk will present testing results and methods. Bring your questions and curiosity!
Webinar: How To Choose The Right Hardware For Solidworks
In this 45 minute webinar, William George will go over the major components that go into a workstation, explaining what each does and how they impact Solidworks performance. Our goal is to equip you to select the right hardware in your next system, and we’ll make time at the end for a brief Q&A time as well.
Webinar: How To Choose The Right Hardware For Lightroom Classic
In this 45 minute webinar, Matt Bach will go over all the individual parts that go into a workstation, explaining what each does and how Lightroom Classic uses them. We will help you separate fact from fiction and make you aware of “marketing buzzwords” that are either misleading or flat-out lies.