• What Is The Golem Network?

    What Is The Golem Network?

    What Is The Golem Network? Simple explanation: Golem is a bunch of connected computers that team up to become a giant rendering Megazord! This is a really cool project. Recently I have found myself lacking computational power in a professional environment. The client loves this Blender animation, but I’ve got 1/13th of the power I […]

  • Using 3DConnexion Spacemouse with Linux

    Using 3DConnexion Spacemouse with Linux

    Uh… 3DConnexion Spacemouse Wireless? If you’re like me and spend any amount of time in the 3D world, whether it’s for game design, game development, motion graphics, 3D animation, or CAD, you’ve probably felt a bit limited and slow when it comes to navigating the 3D viewport. In some programs, you even have to grab […]

  • Flowblade Review: Most Capable NLE on Linux?

    Flowblade Review: Most Capable NLE on Linux?

    Flowblade 2.0 Released Janne Liljeblad and other contributors released Flowblade 2.0 recently and I thought I’d try it out. I edited a quick 1 minute video from about 10 drone clips shot in 4k. The first impressive feature was how easily I was able to render proxies. It was just as easy to replace them […]

  • What is HTML?

    What is HTML?

    What is HTML? Hypertext Markup Language is the standard way to format text for use on web pages. So if you ever find yourself needing to edit a webpage or create one from scratch, this is the most basic way to display anything on a page. Basic Structure HTML is broke up into several different […]

  • How to Use ffmpeg (The Basics)

    How to Use ffmpeg (The Basics)

    The Problem It all started when Premiere Pro started glitching out. When I was trying to import a simple image sequence, like I’d done a thousand times before, it only imported the first 25% of the frames. Everything else was missing. There was no inconsistency in the file naming convention. Everything was sequential. There were […]

  • Swap Memory: It’s Like Downloading More RAM

    Swap Memory: It’s Like Downloading More RAM

    How Do I Download More RAM? It’s kinda like changing the blinker fluid in your car. You can’t. You shouldn’t. I mean… stuff like that doesn’t exist. But, if you’re finding yourself in a situation where you are running shy on your current installed amount of RAM, is there anything you can do without hitting […]

  • Using DaVinci Resolve 15 on Ubuntu

    Using DaVinci Resolve 15 on Ubuntu

    Default Experience If you’re like me, you’ve been on a quest to find the best video editing software that you can run on your Ubuntu Linux PC build. If you’ve been in the video world for any amount of time, you’ll probably know that Resolve 15 is arguably one of the most robust tools in […]

  • Is It Okay To Blog About Different Topics?

    Is It Okay To Blog About Different Topics?

    For the last several years, I’ve had lots of ideas for various blog posts and videos, but there’s been a lot of stuff stopping me from ever making that video or writing that blog post. Early in my career as a video professional, I was blessed with the opportunity to work with several wealthy entrepreneurs […]

  • 5 Most Affordable Private Planes In The World

    5 Most Affordable Private Planes In The World

    5 Most Affordable Private Planes In The World Recently I’ve been daydreaming of flying, and just browsing the web searching for the cheapest way possible to get in the air. Here are the fruits of my labor. 5. Vans RV-3 Kit aircraft manufacturer Vans has a reputation for being the most popular manufacturer of safe […]

  • Review: Thrustmaster T-Flight HOTAS X Joystick

    Review: Thrustmaster T-Flight HOTAS X Joystick

    Wait, How Old? Yes, Thrustmster released the T-Flight HOTAS X Joystick way back in 2008, over 10 years ago. By technology’s standards, this thing is a relic! But can the HOTAS X stand up to the true test of time? Well… it seems it can. The fact that this thing is still readily available is […]