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Re: Archiving: LTO-3a vs. the cheaper spread: MXF important?

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Doug NicholRe: Archiving: LTO-3a vs. the cheaper spread: MXF important?
by on Jul 8, 2008 at 3:38:15 pm

I have a SCSI card that I bought from ATTO to hook the LTO3 drive to my MacPro (Intel). I also have an XServe Raid hooked up through the Fiber Channel card so that works for my storage. If you are a facility with multiple edit bays then obviously it's better to spend the money for the network enabled MXF drive, but if you just have one edit system you can make the LTO-3 HH work fine - it's really fast as well. You need to but the program Retrospect ($100) to make the Quantum drive work - you use Retrospect to make your back-ups.
Good luck.
Doug


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