This video-editing setup goes wide [Setups]


MacBook Pro Setup
A MacBook Pro and an UltraWide are staples of any great setup.
Photo: @justin.tse

Justin Tse is a video editor and popular tech YouTuber. As a video editor having plenty of screen space is paramount. That is why he uses a LG 5K2K 34-inch UltraWide Monitor. Since switching to the UltraWide he says he can’t go back.

Running the UltraWide is a 15-inch 2019 MacBook Pro. His MacBook is specced with maxed-out graphics and 32GB of RAM. Since he has a lot on his plate, the MacBook is great for mobility so he can work on the go.

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Tse has been using his peripheral combination for years. He has the Apple Magic Keyboard and the Logitech Master MX 2S Mouse. He has been a MX mouse stan since he fist used the MX Performance. He has no plans to change his peripherals any time soon. If it ain’t broke?

For photo editing, he use a Loupedeck+ console. It allows him to personally customize its functions so he can edit much quicker. It works great with Photoshop and Lightroom. When editing videos, he uses the Tangent Wave2 Panel which he calls “the ultimate video editing tool for color correctors.” Every dial, button, and wheel is fully customizable and compatible with major video editing programs.

Tse uses the Audioengine A2+ Speakers with build-in Bluetooth for seamless streaming. For storage he has the G-Technology 4TB G-DRIVE. Even though he has an iPhone, he uses a Google Pixel Charging Stand. He likes how the stand’s design matches his desk and the way it is impossible to misalign his phone, insuring it will charge.

He went large with his camera. He uses a Canon EOS-1DX Mark II DSLR Camera, built for the pros.

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