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January 26, 2017, 08:12 AM
P5 Archive is a long-term storage solution that moves data to disk, tape and the cloud. P5 can be set up within minutes, and works cross platform on Mac, Linux, Windows and Solaris. You can restore data on any platform since it is stored a platform-neutral format. P5 Archive offers an archive catalogue including user-definable metadata and previews.#cloud#archive#storage#tape#lto#media archive#long-term archive#disk
January 23, 2013, 08:21 AM
The debate waging between public and private cloud has remained a major cause of worry for many CIOs and technical heads. While the growing number of public cloud service providers are making the users uneasy about the quality of service offered and data security the cost of setting up a private cloud environment is preventing many from adopting the idea as well.#cloud#private
January 22, 2013, 07:45 AM
If you were at NAB or IBC in 2012, you may have seen us exhibiting on the Panasonic stand to demonstrate our unique cloud based, tapeless workflow. Hopefully that was a clue that we‘d be working even more closely with Panasonic and now that we’re able to talk more openly about the partnership, here are a few more details.#video#cloud
January 17, 2013, 07:40 AM
In the past, video editing has always been tied to a place, the edit bay. The Moviolas and Steenbecks of film were joined by linear tape editing suites. In the days of quad and C-format, these were large and very expensive. Non-linear editing, typified by Avid, transformed the process of editing video from a linear process to non-linear, much more like film editing. Even terms like “bins” were borrowed from film.#editing#video#cloud#post
January 7, 2013, 15:40 PM
Buffalo Technology has announced its new BuffaloLink cloud storage solution, which gives customers an easy and secure way to bridge digital content. Available on the impending LinkStation 400 Series, BuffaloLink securely connects users to their content for easy management and access through the Internet.#cloud#storage#buffalolink#service
January 4, 2013, 12:53 PM
Cloud editing used to mean proxies. New developments mean that original media files can be accessed anywhere, a boon for newsgathers, or anyone who doesn't want to be tied to a post house.#editing#cloud
January 4, 2013, 07:59 AM
Besides the usual desktop video editing applications available, today there are serious contenders in the cloud. Yes, it’s possible to store and edit your clips with an online tool, doing all your work on the web.#cloud
January 2, 2013, 13:16 PM
In the past, video editing has always been tied to a place, the edit bay. The Moviolas and Steenbecks of film were joined by linear tape editing suites. In the days of quad and C-format, these were large and very expensive. Non-linear editing, typified by Avid, transformed the process of editing video from a linear process to non-linear, much more like film editing. Even terms like “bins” were borrowed from film.#editor#editing#cloud#film editing
November 27, 2012, 22:28 PM
During a recent conference call with analysts, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayan revealed some of the company's future plans surrounding new offerings for the Creative Cloud...#adobe#cs6#cloud#premiere pro#nle
November 14, 2012, 08:08 AM
Online backups are a useful component of a well-balanced backup strategy. Whether you rely primarily on cloud storage for backups (see "Backup Basics") or use the cloud to supplement local backups such as bootable duplicates (see "Bulletproof Backups"), it's crucial to understand how you will go about restoring your data after disaster strikes.#cloud#apple
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