Windows Hardware & Software Tutorials : Creative COW Creative COW Library of Windows Hardware & Software, tips, and strategies. en-us Thu, 27 Feb 2020 07:00:00 GMT PHP Script HP Brings Tiny Desktops and Bold Displays to CES 2015 HP announced major updates at CES 2015, including thin and light mobile workstations, new mini desktops for any room in the house, and enhance displays featuring curved, 4K and 5K panels and virtual reality capabilities. Wed, 07 Jan 2015 00:00:00 GMT Panasonic Debuts ToughPad for U.S. M&E Market Panasonic introduced Toughpad 4K, a 20-inch tablet that offers 4K resolution in a thin, lightweight and "business-rugged" package, for just under $6,000. This new tablet adds to Panasonic's UltraHD portfolio, which includes the recently unveiled 4K production monitor. Thu, 07 Nov 2013 00:00:00 GMT Larger Than 4K: Larger Than Life! Keen Live's Walter Soyka regularly works with files twice the size of EPIC's 4.5K - and how about a 120-foot video wall at 14,700 x 1200 - that's why he needs all the power he can get from his workstation. Thu, 31 Jan 2013 20:25:00 GMT NAB 2012: HP At NAB 2012, HP unveiled its all-in-one HP Z1 workstation. With a 27-inch diagonal screen, Intel Xeon processors and NVIDIA Quadro graphics, the HP Z1 is aimed at both the digital media and entertainment industry and the computer-aided design market. Sat, 28 Apr 2012 00:00:00 GMT HP SkyRoom: Sharing is Nice You might look at HP SkyRoom and see a videoconferencing system, which indeed it is. But it is also a powerful tool for desktop sharing and collaboration, taking advantage of advanced technologies for maximum performance. Tue, 22 Sep 2009 16:24:55 GMT HP Unveils The Future:The New Z-Series Workstations Writer and contributing editor, David Roth Weiss, takes us UNDER THE HOOD of HP's powerful new Z800 workstations. With a radical new design inside and out, created in collaboration with the BWM Designworks global design consultancy, the new Z800 is HP's most powerful workstation ever for image and p Mon, 30 Mar 2009 23:54:32 GMT Directory Opus 9 This bruiser app is so powerful it should be a requirement for any power user (and every digital content creation user). It offers outstanding tools and an enhanced workflow at a great price. Its features are so deep I felt a written review wasn't strong enough to illustrate why Directory Opus 9 sho Sat, 20 Oct 2007 07:00:00 GMT Evoluent Vertical Mouse It starts as a slight twinge in the shoulder, or a prickle in the wrist, a dime-sized knot in the forearm or a tingling somewhere up and down the arm. Whatever the symptoms, the cause is usually the same - RSI or repetitive strain injury or its widely publicized brother, carpal tunnel syndrome. In t Tue, 28 Aug 2007 07:00:00 GMT Adobe Production Studio Comes to the Mac Adobe's Simon Hayhurst, Director of Product Management for Dynamic Media, takes Creative COW inside the Production Studio's journey across platforms. How much of it? Premiere Pro? Encore DVD? Yes, ALL of it! The Adobe Production Studio software bundle finally comes to the Mac. Tue, 27 Feb 2007 18:52:57 GMT Microsoft Expression Studio: Microsoft's Designs on Designers In this software review of Microsoft Expression Studio, Tim Wilson takes a look at what sort of leverage Microsoft could put behind its new software package, Microsoft Expression Studio... Adobe is the 800 pound graphics gorilla, with massive market share among designers. Meet Microsoft, the 8 thous Tue, 06 Feb 2007 16:43:24 GMT AMD acquires ATI: What Does It Herald? With Intel's new CPUs and Apple as Intel's new customer, what does AMD see in its latest counter-strike move? In this article from The Creative COW Magazine, Ron Lindeboom discusses the future of ATI, AMD and the market as a whole. Thu, 05 Oct 2006 20:55:58 GMT Directory Opus 8.1 for Windows CreativeCOW leader John David Hutton shows us why Directory Opus 8.1 for Windows ''is an outstanding workflow addition at a great price... What is it? Some would say it's a windows explorer replacement and while this is technically true it also offers multitudes of capabilities normally included in Fri, 13 May 2005 07:00:00 GMT NewTek's TriCaster CreativeCOW leader, Robert Wilson says of NewTek's TriCaster: Smothering Doubts with Awards, 'This year's NAB delivered on the promises of bigger, better and cooler. NewTek's TriCaster came away as the coolest of them all and for good reason: it's insanely fantastic.' Tue, 26 Apr 2005 07:00:00 GMT Automating Windows Backup John David Hutton works with video editing stations with many drives and many reasons to back up. In this tutorial, John David will demonstrate one way to back up which involves using Windows built-in backup utility. Sun, 27 Mar 2005 08:00:00 GMT Navigating networked folders with Logitech Logitech's ''elite'' keyboard has some very cool features that are handy, especially for those users who have to navigate often through their Intranet and Internet, and it works for both the PC and the Mac! In this article, John David Hutton briefly runs through his favorite features. Sun, 08 Feb 2004 08:00:00 GMT Arrays, RAID Drives & Striping: How They Work In a very basic look at issues like ''What Is an Array'', ''What is RAID'', and ''What Is Striping'' -- Creative Cow's Ron Lindeboom explores the issues that make digital video possible on personal computers. He examines the fundamentals and gives newer users the kinds of basics that they need to kn Tue, 01 Oct 2002 07:00:00 GMT Building a PC NLE: Assembling your NLE Assuming you have a limited budget to work with, and are looking to jump into digital video non-linear editing, building your own PC editing platform is the surest way to save a great deal of money. It is not, despite what others may have told you, a monumentally challenging task or cause for lost s Thu, 24 Jan 2002 08:00:00 GMT Building a PC NLE: Choosing the Components Assuming you have a limited budget to work with, and are looking to jump into digital video non-linear editing, building your own PC editing platform is the surest way to save a great deal of money. It is not, despite what others may have told you, a monumentally challenging task or cause for lost s Fri, 18 Jan 2002 08:00:00 GMT