Auburn, WA (February 25, 2020) – Puget Systems (www.pugetsystems.com) today announced a new initiative – the PugetBench for Adobe® Creative Cloud®- to address the need for comprehensive, repeatable and consistent benchmark testing for the most popular applications used by creative professionals. These benchmarks are designed to thoroughly test many of Adobe’s most popular applications using real-world projects and workflows, and the latest CPU, GPU, and other hardware components.
Our own senior hardware analyst, Matt Bach, gave a presentation at PNY’s booth at SIGGRAPH 2019 on 6K to 8K editing workflows and what you need to be able to handle it.
In this video, Sam and Niko with Corridor Digital talk about some of their recommendations for must have gear for Filmmakers & Photographers. Sam and Niko also explain how Puget Systems workstations accelerated their workflow, allowing them to decrease their processing and render times, as well as our Lifetime Support that is included with every computer.
In this review, Brady Betzel of postPerspective dives into how Puget Systems identified the right custom-built PC solution for him (specifically for post), how his experience was before, during and after receiving the system and, finally, specs and benchmarks of the system itself.
In this review, Premiere Bro explains how the computer builder is vitally important when selecting your next PC. What benefits does a smaller computer builder have over a large corporation?
In this video, Destin with Smarter Every Day talks about his experience working with Puget Systems and shares his experience working with the Puget Systems team. He interviews some of the Puget Systems staff to get a better understanding of what sets Puget Systems apart and how recommended systems are designed for specific applications.
In this video, Destin with Smarter Every Day talks about his experience working with Puget Systems to solve his 4K 60fps rendering issues. A render that previously took 11 hours to complete, is now being done in only 2.5 hours. Live previews in Adobe Premiere are also 4.4X faster, allowing for more work to be done, in higher resolution without the need to pre-render footage in order to work the editing timeline.
In this review, Premiere Bro founder and editor, Sean Schools, will share his personal experience switching over to PC. Sean reviews switching to a customized workstation for Premiere Pro and considerations when switching from Mac to PC.
In this video, Peter at Corridor Digital breaks down why it was so important for them to have a computer that could handle their workflow for their Spiderman short.
In this video, Puget Systems sits down and talks with Mike Pecci about the MAC vs PC debate and gets into how they firmly believe in supporting creative people and getting them what they need to do what they do best.