About the Webinar
When: September 18th, 10:00am PST
A modern PC-based workstation can provide terrific performance in DaVinci Resolve, but between the CPU, GPU (including multi-GPU configurations), RAM, storage, and other individual component choices, it can often be a daunting task to configure a system. It doesn't help that even if you do your research, most of the information you will find on the internet is gaming focused and not at all applicable to a professional application like DaVinci Resolve.
In this 45 minute webinar, Matt Bach will go over:
- What the various components in a computer actually do
- How DaVinci Resolve utilizes each of those various components
- What hardware is best for different workflows (1080p, 4K, 8K, Fusion VFX, etc.)
- Where to spend your budget to get the best performance
- Computer hardware "marketing" terms to watch out for
This webinar is over, but you can watch the recording!
About Puget Systems
Puget Systems specializes in high performance custom built computers. We offer personal consulting and support that is becoming quite rare in the industry. Our goal is to provide each client with the best possible computer for their needs and budget. We believe computers should be a pleasure to purchase and own. They should get your work done and not be a hindrance.
About the Speaker
Matt Bach has been working for Puget Systems since 2002 and has over 17 years of experience in the PC industry. Since 2011 he has been heading up Puget Labs - researching, testing, and developing hardware benchmarking procedures tailored for individual software packages. This not only includes testing the software itself, but also working closely with the professional community to ensure that our workstations are the best they could be and properly address the major pain points of users.
Looking for a DaVinci Resolve Workstation?
Puget Systems offers a range of workstations that are tailor-made for your unique workflow. Our goal is to provide the most effective and reliable system possible so you can concentrate on your work and not worry about your computer.