The Art of Data Management and Archiving

Blake, Larry
April 2002
Mix;Apr2002, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p106
Discusses the trials and tribulations of recording master film mixes on hard drives focusing on predicting data and archiving needs from the beginning of post-production. Steps in making data backups; Specifications of equipment used; Tips for the recording master film mixes. INSET: 'PLUS TWO'.


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