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Extension Cables for the Sony RM-VPR1, VCT-VPR1 and VCT-VPR100 Remote Control units.

Sony RM-VPR1 Remote Extension Cable

We have extension cables for the Sony RM-VPR1, VCT-VPR1 and VCT-VPR100 remote controllers. They are available in two lengths, 12 ft. and 27ft. They are heavy duty and made with heavy gauge wires so there will not be any signal loss between the remote and the cameras. Plus, it is fully shielded.

When we say heavy duty we mean it.  The 27 ft. cable weight close to a pound.

Here is the page for more information and to order.

Sony RM-VPR1 Remote Control Extension Cable

25ft HDMI to Micro HDMI Cables
Standard HDMI to Micro HDMI Cable 25 foot
We now have in stock 25 ft. HDMI to Micro HDMI cables.
These are ideal for EndZone Camera Systems, as it allows you to monitor the video from the camera with an HD LCD Monitor.

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Choosing a Video Card for Sony Vegas and Sony Movie Studio - GPU Acceleration Explained

I have posted a new article to our website that covers what modern video cards work best for Sony Vegas Pro and Sony Movie Studio for GPU acceleration.  This article is for versions 11, 12 and 13 of Sony Vegas Pro and Sony Movie Studio.

I have seen on some of the computer forum people asking what type of video card should they get for Sony Vegas Pro or Sony Movie Studio.  Most of the time people are giving out advise based on the old information on the older video cards, expecting it to apply to the video cards we have today.

For example, when Sony first implemented GPU acceleration, the current line of video cards at that time were the NVIDIA GT/GTX500, GT/GTX400 and GT/GTX200.  Also, included are the AMD HD 4000, HD 5000 and HD 6000 video cards.  These cards are not around anymore, except on the used market and things are different with today’s modern video cards. Read the full article here.