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Charlie Austin
Re: FCP X as a database
on Nov 6, 2012 at 1:59:34 am

[Walter Soyka] "I'd be very curious about your opinion on SQLite performance at scale. As others in this thread talk about larger numbers of events and projects (with unknown amounts of footage, ranges, and edits), does scalability come into play with SQLite versus other database solutions? How big does the data set have to get before SQLite struggles?"

Another FWIW post, Not sure this is an answer, but just some more info from someone who knows the guts of X pretty well...

The database is CoreData - underneath is probably SQlite but it's not an SQlite database per sé. FCP X is built mostly on Core foundations in the Operating System, not directly rolled stuff. (Which is, of course, the right way to build on OS X).

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