I am this weeks guest on the https://www.provideocoalition.com Podcast, where Scott Simmons and I discuss Cinegear Atlanta, MacOS Catalina, FCPX updates, Deluxe’s financial woes and other things.
ProVideo Coalition Podcast Eps 2: CineGear ATL, Deluxe Bankruptcy, Catalina Update & More
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Corning Optical TB3 cables have saved me more than once since I started using them
I have not been posting as much as I should for the last few months, so I thought I would start engaging more often on the secondary aspects of social media.
I spent some time recently with BlackMagicDesign’s UltraStudio 4K Mini, and wrote about it for people to know.
Blackmagic Design’s UltraStudio 4K Mini I/O is Built for the Demands of Production and Post
What I did not add in the article on PVC was how much I was frustrated with the cable issue. If it had not been for the Corning Optical Thunderbolt 3 Cables I had in house, I would have been tearing my hair out with multiple issues. I keep a box of new Thunderbolt cables in my office, I buy them by the dozens, nearly a gross of them (144 cables) in the last 3 years of testing Thunderbolt 3 devices. My BMD test issues made me go back and physically check all my cables.
Of the 20 cables I tested, 10 of them showed some type of error. 5 of them were incorrectly labeled on the packaging as 40Gbps active TB3 cables when the code on the cables indicated were actually 20Gbps passive cables. 4 more showed issues with the fragile electrical wires that are the main point of failure in my experience. I am still seeking answers on why the Windows systems did not flag the errors my MacBook Pro did. It could be one of a number of things, none of which I have confirmed as I write this.
More to come.