Question About External USB/Firewire HD's
It gives you portability as far as moving it from place to place, but not "use it anywhere" portability. 4) An enclosure for a 3.5 inch drive or 5.25 inch drive It's like a 160 MPH speedometer in a Volkswagen Beetle... My last Vegas project involved 800GB of on-line storage. Stay logged in Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion Source
There is the "clips" area where the imported video clips reside; the "timeline" area where the editing of the video happens - along with the audio and multiple audio tracks; and Isn't that more than the theoretical max?Click to expand... So to me, it doesn't matter so much if I get 2.5Gbps vs. How much faster is it?
i.e. But like I sadly realised, I can expect nowhere near that much throughput with a single disk. Do you need to format the hard drive and make partitions if you're not installing windows onto the hard drive? This is very useful info.
If the goal is portability then you have external options like USB or Firewire (again provided the drive is 7200rpms). If it is a desktop then you should get a second internal HDD and put it on it's own SATA or IDE cable. thusly... Similar Threads - questions external enclosures Forum Date External SATA enclosure questions...somewhat technical General Hardware Jul 18, 2007 Question about Maddog MegaVault 3.5in SATA/IDE external enclosure.
Reply Reply with quote Complain Cogset • Senior Member • Posts: 1,580 Re: External HD question In reply to mihama01 • Feb 27, 2010 mihama01 wrote:Use the Firewire 800 theoretical, not real world. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply CanadaRAM, Nov 27, 2007 CanadaRAM macrumors G5 Joined: Oct 11, 2004 Location: On the Left Coast - Victoria TheJackAttack, Sep 22, 2009 #2 unplugged_unsigned Guest It is a Desktop.
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Downconvert to SD during import by netx5 / February 16, 2008 7:15 AM PST In reply to: The ONLY way I can think It's good performance wise to have the Library itself internally ('cause there's a lot of traffic from/to the Library). Any thoughts are appreciated! Tape is expensive, but it works, it lasts a long time, and it's designed as an archiving medium.
HDV is not highly compressed and not IP based. VEG files, all media, original captures, music files, ACID files, still photos, photoshop retouches, graphics , PLUS scripts, budgets, shooting schedules, etc. One is the original IDE HD that came with the computer, but when I noticed that I had 2 SATA connectors on my Motherboard I added the new SATA drive and Thanks much warren Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report Caruso wrote on 02/22/2004, 02:38 AM Previous posters have not shared relative cost of their suggestions.
The first day, it blew up. this contact form unplugged_unsigned, Sep 22, 2009 #3 TheJackAttack Distinguished Member Joined: Mar 20, 2008 Location: currently Billings You aren't an idiot. If you are just using it to hold an internal hard drive, the face stays on (it has a "disk active" light on it). solved Won't let me reset or even re-install windows cause my hard drive isn't in GPT format or something solved Will both my hard drive be formatted if I do a
You need iMovie HD & iDVD 5: The Missing Manual, the objective authority on iMovie HD and iDVD 5.Even if you own a previous version of iMovie, the new feature-rich iMovie Thank You Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report vicmilt wrote on 02/27/2004, 09:07 AM Got to resuggest the firewire interface at www.wiebetech.com I'm not a salesman, just a very I've purchased 3 to which I attach (simple plug in situation - no case or screws) IDE drives that I'm buying from Best Buy, etc., when they come on sale (ie
I am still having trouble picturing this.
If you are going to be carrying it around alot to different computers with different user logins then make sure everyone has access to the NTFS permissions. I guess I should have given it a second look. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply BrittQ, Nov 28, 2007 BrittQ thread starter macrumors regular Joined: May 23, 2007 #21 maberga29 said: ↑ That's In this way you can easily swap out drives without turning off the PC--just disconnect the firewire from the PC, power down the firewire box, and exchange the drive cartridge.
I use both at home and at work. It's pretty much correct. too much compression as the FIRST step in the capture process - and DVD camcorders compress even more). http://puchinet.com/question-about/question-about-a-external-harddrive.php I've also been told that sometimes for the price of a smaller external I could get a larger internal and put it in an enclosure.
They are more than a hard drive in a case. When you capture high def, what is the file format of the captured video, and are you capturing using full 1080 60i? I'm really surprised that no one has an answer for this. USB2 chipsets are quite slow when compared to the Oxford 911 Firewire chipset.
I do wish internal IDE drives were hot swappable; this is a nice feature of a FW mount. The finished result looks and performs well. It's amazing to me that we now treat the concept of 1TB storage so casually. Is a USB 2.0 connection going to be fast enough if I'm recording several tracks at once.
Of course. I've considered this; I'm not sure how well they work, if at all. I have an 8 pre interface and I often use all of them at once. Too true.