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Post Production: What Is A Raid?

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Biscardi Creative Media
Buford Georgia USA

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In this Post Production Quick Tip: Walter Biscardi, Jr. gives a very simple introduction to the media arrays which are often used in Post Production for high performance media storage and playback.



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Re: Post Production: What Is A Raid?
by Romina Rey
Hi Walter,

I was just wondering if I can make my own raid with purchasing more external hard drives. I am almost out of space on my 4TB drive for my documentary I am editing on avid 5.5 running on Lion. Can I just buy another 4TB drive and daisy chain it? How will avid know to continue to create avid media files in the new drive?

Thank you very much for your help.

Romina Rey


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