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Max PalmerRe: Basic sATA drive setup for raiding and backup
by on Apr 25, 2012 at 4:54:11 pm

To clarify- for instance I know that a lot of people use expensive drives such as the WD Velociraptor. I'm not sure I need a drive like that, but if it offers any sort of bump in speed over what I have now, which is essentially just an extern FW800 enclosure (not sure of internals) then I'd consider it.

I try to work with projects that are 720p, and no higher. Mostly it's motion graphics that involve a lot of vector. Every now and then I will throw in some stock footage that may be 1080p, but these are usually moderate to low bit rates like 25mbps.


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