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Robb HarrissRe: Basic Server Setup and Network Understanding
by on May 3, 2012 at 4:12:04 am

Not being an expert in networking, it really sounds like the Web client would suit your needs. The difference between workgroup and enterprise is permissions (pretty much).

Bandwidth is what you make of it across the web and at each of your locations. Depending on how much footage you process you could also copy the proxies to the remote location. That would be the same as me copying my proxies off the proxy drive attached to the MacPro at the studio onto a portable drive so I can work offsite with the laptop. Copies of the Proxies could be FTPed to the other site. Just a thought so you could use higher quality proxies. Me, I don't care.

Note that my "server" is my main machine in my #1 suite, the one I'm cutting on at the same time. That's also where the drive containing the proxies lives. That way I don't lose my connection if one of the other machine goes offline for any reason (which it does when it's rebooted and I forget to reconnect to it).

Non-linear: all the time and nothing but.


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