NVIDIA and Dell To Host Panel at South by Southwest 2012
Dell and NVIDIA have put together a film and video editing advisory program to help film professionals evaluate other hardware and software solutions to find what works best for their production needs. Dell’s Precision workstations combined with NVIDIA professional graphics and Adobe CS5.5 have been getting solid reviews, with key advantages including powerful CPUs; large amounts of RAM; fast I/O options; up to 13X increase in performance with NVIDIA Maximus and Adobe Mercury Playback Engine; professional, ISV-certified graphics solutions; and PremierColor RGB LED IPS panels which offer high resolution; and 100% Adobe RGB color gamut for accurate color reproduction.
Dell is “The Official Laptop and Desktop Computer Sponsor of the SXSW 2012 Film Conference and Festival” between March 9 and 17 and using it as a platform to raise awareness around and demonstrate its video editing solutions.
Dell and NVIDIA will host a panel called “Moving From Final Cut – Progress or Perils?” on Monday, March 12 from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. CT in Room 2 in the Austin Convention Center. The companies aim to move beyond the marketing and delve into experiences of real editors switching from Final Cut to Adobe CS5.5. They hope to cover improvements and challenges with switching from Apple Final Cut Pro / Mac Pro to an Adobe and Dell solution, unexpected surprises either positive or negative and provide advice for those considering switching.