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Apple Pro Training Series: Final Cut Server 1.5 by Drew Tucker

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Lesson 10. Archiving

Goals   Creating Archive devices

Adding Archive Status to the Asset filter metadata group

Archiving and restoring assets

Automating the archiving process

The archival process is the last step in your digital asset workflow. The main point of archiving is to move the primary representation of an asset in Final Cut Server to a predetermined location. The most likely motivation for moving the primary representation is disk space constraints. This location can be anything that presents itself as a file system and Final Cut Server has access to, such as a nearline spinning-disk storage that is fibre-attached, an external FireWire drive, or an HSM (Hierarchical Storage Manager) tape-based archival system. In an HSM system, an ...

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