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PowerUP 34: Archiving Your Final Cut Pro Projects

Mfr PN: LJ-34
Our PN: CVCN3010185
Manufacturer: Class on Demand
Platform(s): Mac & Win

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Quick Overview

Telling great stories visually is wonderful. But what do you do with all the pieces when you are done?



Manufacturer Part Number: LJ-34

One of the questions we get asked a LOT is: 'what's the best way to archive my assets?' In the old days of tape, it was easy: store them on video tape. But what about today? Should you use hard drives, LTO tape, DLT tape, or optical media? And what about Media Manager, does it work or not? If so, how do you use it?

Making the right decision about archiving is not easy. Worse, it's a moving target as the answers keep changing. In this session, Larry answers questions sent in by viewers, as well as provide a series of step-by-step tutorials to help you make the best archiving decisions for your projects.

Audience Level
This session is a general overview of the topic and requires only a basic knowledge of Final Cut Pro.

Content Outline
Define Backup vs. Archive
Discuss hardware options
Pros and Cons of hard drives / RAIDs
Solving problems with long-term media storage on hard drives
Pros and cons of optical media
Pros and cons of tape storage
Tape backup options
Tape archiving systems for Mac
Using Media Manager
Picking the right media formats for archiving
Archiving Motion projects
Archiving Soundtrack Pro STAP files
Answering archive questions
DEMO: Prepping for Media Manager
DEMO: Using Media Manager
DEMO: Explaining Media Manager settings
DEMO: Where / how Media Manager stores files
DEMO: Using Final Cut Pro's Help system
DEMO: Deconstructing a Soundtrack Pro STAP file for archiving

If you archive your media for the long-term on hard disks, you need to watch this tutorial for a FREE utility you can use to refresh your hard disks to prevent data loss.


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