We build high performance workstations custom tailored for content creation, engineering, and scientific computing. This podcast will discuss topics related to the workflows and software of those industries.
Our host sounds a bit off during the first half of the show. Sorry about that.
We're excited to have Will Gibbons join us today for Workflow Wednesday!
Will Gibbons creates stunning product renderings & animations for innovative and quality physical products. Before launching Will Gibbons Design, he was traveling the world teaching designers how to render their products.
Check out his work at: https://willgibbons.com/
In this episode, we have the pleasure of hosting Dr. Don Kinghorn!
Don is the escalation point for sales and support questions concerning HPC, Scientific Computing, Machine Learning, AI, Linux System Administration, and Hardware Troubleshooting. He works on hardware systems validation for Scientific workloads and provides an internal educational resource for others here at Puget Systems. If you read our publications with any frequency, you’ll see Don contributes often to our HPC Blog. Don has been with Puget Systems since 2013 and has a long history with scientific and high-performance computing that was nurtured by his educational background in Computational/Theoretical Chemistry.
Today we talk with Matt Bach, Senior Labs Technician. Matt works as a hardware analyst where he researches, tests, and develops hardware solutions tailored specifically for content creation software packages. This is not limited just to hardware and software performance benchmarks, but also includes working closely with the professional community to ensure that our workstations properly address the real-world pain points of users.
This episode was plagued by a number of technical issues; Zoom crashing, audio cutting out, etc. Sorry about that. Hopefully, there's value to be gained for the audience anyway.
Today we talk with Justin Lassen, a composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist and remixer with over 20 years of experience in the music, film, tech, and video game industries! Justin is currently working as a spatial audio designer for VR/AR/MxR projects.
Today we talk with Ryan Connolly writer and director of 16 incredible short films and creator/host of the popular filmmaking show Film Riot, a channel covering nearly every aspect of indie/small budget filmmaking. They've got tips and tricks for VFX, sound design, cinematography, and more! Film Riot explores the art of filmmaking in a way you've never seen.
While the new NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30-series cards are certainly the most powerful GPUs ever released, it is important to understand that different applications utilize the GPU in very different ways.
The entire Labs Team joins us today to discuss and take questions about the newly released Nvidia RTX 3090 GPU!
Today we talk with Brady Betzel Online Editor at Margarita Mix Hollywood!
Starting as an intern on the show "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" all the way to being the online editor on the show Life Below Zero, on top of being a reviewer for Post Perspective and Post Magazine, Brady has seen a lot as he's moved through the post-production industry! We're excited to have him on today!
She's a photographer, a director, a cinematographer, an Adobe Master Trainer, and an Aputure Resident Pro!
We're excited to have the incredible content creator Valentina Vee join us today!
Today we talk with freelance video editor Jay Lippman!
Jay shares tips on video editing, sound design, color grading, and video editing gear in order to take your video editing skills to the next level.
He uploads videos every Friday, so be sure to check out his channel!
Today we talk with Oliver Peters an independent video/film editor, colorist, post-production supervisor, and consultant who also moonlights as a contributing editor/writer for Videography, DV, TV Technology magazines, Creative Planet Network, and RedShark News.
Today we talk with Pye Jirsa founder and partner of SLR Lounge and Lin and Jirsa Photography. Pye is the creator of every workshop and resource inside the SLR Lounge library and we're proud to have him join us this week!
SLR Lounge: https://www.slrlounge.com Lin and Jirsa Photography: https://www.linandjirsa.com/
Today we talk with film, animation, and XR creative director Eugene Capon! (http://www.capondesign.com/)
Eugene entered the XR field in June of 2016. Previously a social media creative director, he self-produced/animated the 360 film Journey VR which was well received and was quickly included as a staff pick by VeeR, Adobe, and the Seattle International Film Festival (SIFF).
Today we talk with Visual Effects Artist Christopher Clements of FX It In Post! You may know Christopher from his incredible short "Star Wars SC 38 Reimagined". (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to2SMng4u1k) We're excited to have him on this week to talk about his work!
Today we talk with long-time user of Apple and Final Cut Pro, Heath McKnight! Recently Heath reviewed one of our high-performance Genesis workstations and we're excited to hear about his experience switching over to a Windows10 machine.
Today we talk with master of the visual arts, Wren Weichman! He and the crew at Corridor Digital create some of the coolest effects on the internet today. We're excited to have Wren join us to answer some questions about the world of VFX and YouTube storytelling!
This week's episode has Dr. Don Kinghorn showcasing a live demo of Tensorflow running via a Linux Only Nvidia docker container through WSL2. He's pretty hyped about it and we're pretty sure it's a world-first demonstration of the feat.
In this week's Labs Office Hour, Puget Systems President Jon Bach takes the reigns as host, fielding questions, and keeping the conversation going with Kelly and Dr. Don talking about the latest GPU developments.
Today we talk with director and host of the In Love With the Process Podcast, Mike Pecci about how he's found success with his podcast and everything that goes into creating the content and distributing it out to the world.
In our first Workflow Wednesday live stream we chat with multi-hyphenate filmmaker Ben Eshagpoor, of beMOTION.dESIGN, about the state of the motion design industry right now and what people can be doing to prepare for the future.
In this episode, Matt chats with Dave Helmly, Head of Strategic Development at Adobe, about a lot nerdy details regarding Adobe's approach to new technologies, how they adapt to changes in hardware like GPU acceleration, multi-threading, AI/Machine Learning and more!
Matt Bach and Adobe Master Trainer and media technology specialist, Maxim Jago, discuss the trends and editorial opportunities for content creators now, and in the future, the long term effects of working remotely, 360 film making and virtual reality technology, and the wonderful positivity that comes out of creating.
Matt chat's with Paul Babb, Global Head of Community and Customer Experience at Maxon about the incredible opportunities for VFX artists, Maxon's acquisition of Redshift, as well as a brief look at the future of the industry.
Matt chat's with Film & TV Media Engineer Michael Kammes, about the current state of editing in the cloud and what the future may hold for the industry as things progress toward a cloud based workflow.
Our host Eric Brown is joined by customer experience engineer Brett Nordquist, director Mike Pecci, and independent PR consultant Kevin Bourke to discuss some of the challenges that come with working remotely and how they've overcome those challenges.