A guide to ffmpeg and more
Posted on: 06/18/2019 10:15 AM

Here a roundup of today's reviews and articles:

A guide to ffmpeg - your one-stop shop to multimedia
Apacer NOX RGB DDR4 Review
ASUS AX92U Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Review
ASUS ROG Zephyrus G (GA502) Laptop Review
Best Gaming Mice for 2019
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile Gaming Keyboard Review
CORSAIR M55 RGB PRO Ambidextrous Multi-Grip Gaming Mouse Review
Crucial BX500 SSD Review
Ducky One 2 RGB: Razer Edition Mechanical Keyboard Review
GameSir GM300 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6G Graphics Card Review
Reolink Argus Eco WiFi Camera Review
Seagate FireCuda 510 SSD (1TB) Review
TerraMaster F4-421 4-Bay SMB NAS Review
VicTsing MM057 Wireless Mouse Review

A guide to ffmpeg - your one-stop shop to multimedia
One, two, three, roll VTR. Brrrrrr. Here be a long, detailed tutorial on how to use ffmpeg, a powerful, multi-purpose audio and video processing software, including conversion and transcoding, scaling and quality, image extraction, combination and GIF creation, splitting and joining of videos, timestamps, subtitle extraction and embedding, video speedup and slowdown, smoothing effect and interpolation, and more. Unleash your inner Eisenstein. Or something.


Read full article @ Dedoimedo

Apacer NOX RGB DDR4 Review
Today we look at their latest RGB modules, available in a range of capacities, starting at 4GB per module and extending all the way up to 32GB. Speeds vary from 2400MHz to 3200MHz with 2666 and 3000 included between.


Read full article @ Vortez

ASUS AX92U Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Review
Home Reviews Networking Routers & Access Points ASUS AX92U Wi-Fi 6 Mesh Review We visit with our first Wi-Fi 6 Mesh platform with the ASUS AX92U Wi-Fi 6. By: Tyler Bernath | Routers & Access Points in Networking | Posted: 1 hour, 17 mins ago Comment | Email to a Friend | Font Size: AA TweakTown Rating: 88%Manufacturer: ASUS Page 1 [Introduction] Introduction ASUS was strong out of the gate with Wi-Fi 6 solutions, in fact, it was one of two vendors, the second being Netgear, to release a full product lineup around the beginning of the year. Several other vendors have products on paper including TPLink and now that Computex has come and gone we expect 2H 2019 to ramp up as 802.11ax takes over where 802.11ac has left off.

ASUS has always been one of the first adopters of technology; the same was true with 802.11n and ac. That said the AX92U is a different beast as it is the first mesh Wi-Fi 6 platform we will look at. On the hardware side, the AX92U is a tri-band 802.11ax solution; it falls in the AX6000 class. This means we have 300Mbps for the 2.4GHz band, 866Mbps for the first 5GHz band and the second 5GHz band offers 4800MBps. As with all ASUS launch solutions, this is a Broadcom platform using the BCM4352 operating at 1.8GHz over two cores. This is paired with 512MB of memory and 256 MB of flash. As for radios, we have the BCM4352 providing both 2.4 and 5GHz capabilities while a secondary BCM43684 offers 4x4 Wi-Fi 6. The switch used in this solution is the BCM4906, gigabit single WAN four LAN.


Read full article @ TweakTown

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G (GA502) Laptop Review
It's a thin-and-light gaming laptop from ROG - but it costs just £1249


Read full article @ KitGuru

Best Gaming Mice for 2019
When it comes to gaming, nothing beats having the right mouse for both your grip and your game.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile Gaming Keyboard Review
Corsair’s K70 RGB MK.2 swaps out the full-sized switches for low profile ones. The results are mixed, and we'd like to see a price drop.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

CORSAIR M55 RGB PRO Ambidextrous Multi-Grip Gaming Mouse Review
The brand new M55 RGB PRO is CORSAIR's second attempt to manufacture an inexpensive ambidextrous gaming mouse and today it's up to us to see just how good it is.


Read full article @ NikKTech

Crucial BX500 SSD Review
Crucial's BX500 is designed to bring blazing SSD throughput to your PC at a low price, but it has a few caveats.


Read full article @ Tom's Hardware

Ducky One 2 RGB: Razer Edition Mechanical Keyboard Review
Ducky has earned quite a name for itself in the gaming world, finally breaking out into the mainstream after being adopted by eSports starts like Tfue. Two weeks ago, we were surprised to find that Razer is actually partnering with Ducky on a special Razer Edition of the One 2 RGB! It?s coming soon to the United States and looks to be the hands-down best value gaming keyboard you can buy. This is our review.


Read full article @ MMORPG

GameSir GM300 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
I recently brought you our first GameSir product review, the GK300 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. Admittedly, Id never heard of GameSir before either.


Read full article @ eTeknix

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6G Graphics Card Review
In the lower-end of NVIDIA's Turing graphics cards we have the GeForce GTX 1660 (non-Ti).  This card sits right above the GTX 1650 and seems to be the go-to card for 1080p if you are buying new.  With so many GTX 1660's out there it is hard to know which one to get.  Gigabyte actually has four GTX 1660 SKUs, at the top of their GTX 1660 product stack is the GTX 1660 Gaming OC 6G.  As you can guess by the product name this card is overclocked.  It has a boost clock up to 1860 MHz (Reference Card is 1785 MHz).  The card also features Gigabyte's triple-fan WindForce 3X cooling solution, RGB lighting, and even has a full-cover backplate.  Is this the GTX 1660 you should get?  Read on as we find out!


Read full article @ ThinkComputers.org

Reolink Argus Eco WiFi Camera Review
OCC is back with another video review, this time of the Reolink Argus Eco WiFi Camera.


Read full article @ OCC

Seagate FireCuda 510 SSD (1TB) Review
One of the biggest names in storage tries its hand at enthusiast SSDs. Seagate may be best known as a hard-disk manufacturer, but the future is solid-state storage, and having seen rivals such as WD find success in solid-state waters, the time has come to step up its efforts and deliver competitive solutions across the board.

There are a couple of ways of achieving that feat. Seagate could follow WD's lead and develop an in-house controller that scales across entry-level and high-end models, but that frankly sounds like a lot of hard work. The alternative is to take a tried-and-trusted controller and place it in drives carrying recognisable Seagate branding. With next-generation PCIe 4.0 looming large, the second option seems the safer bet and has led to the release of four new M.2 drives.



Read full article @ Hexus

TerraMaster F4-421 4-Bay SMB NAS Review
Today we are going a little bigger than we did last time I had a TerraMaster NAS in the office. The F4-421 which I’m looking at today takes everything we saw and loved in the F2-221 and improves upon it. More drive bays, a better CPU, more RAM, and double the LAN ports.


Read full article @ eTeknix

VicTsing MM057 Wireless Mouse Review
Tight budget for a new pointer device? VicTsing's 2.4 GHz wireless mouse might just be what you are looking for - the MM057 hardly consumes any power, is durable, comes with a good material mix, and has a long working distance. It uses a PixArt PAW3212 optical sensor with five pre-defined resolution steps and switches rated for five million clicks.


Read full article @ TechPowerUp




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