This Elgato Green Screen is wonderful! You can use it for multiple scenarios. I use it indoors for Youtube videos, documentaries, interviews and music videos. It's long but portable and very easy to use. All you have to do is pull up on it to open and push down to close it. It takes me 10 seconds to open and start using my green screen. It comes in a built-in case with a handle and 2 legs underneath for stability. If you're looking for a green screen that you can put up on a few seconds, this is a must buy!
We all love a clean and flexible setup. This is what Reddit user u/cfbModsAreAssMyDude’s first build looks like. The wireless keyboard and mouse keeps up the clean aesthetic and ensures there aren’t any unneeded wires hanging around; it looks really clean because of this. Plus, the wall mount lets you change the monitor from portrait to landscape easily-- perfect for streamers and other productivity use.
With the thermal paste applied, the brackets oriented and screwed in correctly, and the cooler attached, we went about the rest of the build with ease. Slotting in the graphics card is one of the simplest steps, despite its importance, and connecting cables is a somewhat tedious but straightforward process. (Consult your motherboard manual if need be.) The case was helpful for cable management, generally speaking, with an interesting hinged flap in the back, behind the right side panel, for hiding and holding the bulk of the cables in place. All told, we found enough hidey-holes and pass-throughs to tunnel most of the cables and stash around back before plugging everything in.
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