Gnarbox Review – Go Get One Now!

Gnarbox Review – Go Get One Now!

I get a bit nostalgic when I talk about my laptop. It's a 17in MacBook behemoth that I've had almost a decade. It's slow to start, takes forever to render and is having trouble with new frame sizes and bit rates. But I love that thing. I've taken it to Ireland, Jamaica, and Peru. It's crisscrossed the United States with me and the only issue I've had is the hard drive died once. Well, that and it's a 17in MacBook behemoth! Trekking all over with it requires a large bags (which I'm ok with) and a strong back. Enter the . When I first learned of the Gnarbox I was a bit skeptical. A device the size of a hard drive enclosure that was going to replace my laptop and allow me to edit and share media on the go. Sure, if you say so. I was curious though, so I bit the bullet and let me tell you, it was worth it. The Gnarbox...
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YouTube VidCon News

YouTube VidCon News

YouTube has been the old standby for video sharing and hosting since it's inception. Similar companies, specifically Vimeo, have made a small dent, but YouTube reigns supreme. They are the video platform for everyone, Vimeo is really tailored towards filmmakers and other professional creatives. Some of the major problems YouTube has for distribution is that it's cluttered and not really mobile friendly. It looks like Google has heard these complaints and a new YouTube experience is coming. Our recent post discussed vertical/square video vs horizontal and that in the end, it depended on where the video will be displayed. Looks like YouTube has entered the mobile era and will now adjust it's player so that vertical and square videos can be played back and displayed as they were shot. It looks like they've also decided to clean the desktop space. The new layout is less 'boxy' and flows easier. They've made the account drop-down actually useful and even offer a dark theme option for viewing...
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