T2-Chip Video Encoding, Mac Mini Ram, 10Gb Ethernet with Jim Tanous – ACM 487


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Bryan Chaffin is joined by Jim Tanous to talk about his recent testing of T2 video encoding on some new Macs. They also talk about how easy it is or isn’t to upgrade Apple’s newest Mac Mini models. They cap the show with the news that you you should probably be thinking ahead to outfitting your house with some 10Gb ethernet.

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T2-Chip Video Encoding, Mac Mini Ram, 10Gb Ethernet - ACM 487

12:24 AM Nov. 8th, 2018 | 00:54:02

Bryan Chaffin is joined by Jim Tanous to talk about his recent testing of T2 video encoding on some new Macs. They also talk about how easy it is or isn’t to upgrade Apple’s newest Mac Mini models. They cap the show with the news...

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  1. gGrant

    WHAT A SHOW!! Should be required listening for all Mac observers. Very important to know that T2 is a third-rate transcoder. Sure it’s fast, but if you only do one movie at a time as you buy a disc… T2 might not me your best option. Not that I think Handbrake will let me select which chip transcodes for me, but it’s important to realise what you’re getting for your investment. Jeff we miss you, but Bryan is kicking bottom so far.

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