Chapter 6. An Archiving Solution for Final Cut Studio 2

<authorgroup>BRYAN PEEL</authorgroup>

In the postproduction work we do at my company, we deal with a variety of formats, which can be either tape-based or tapeless. Once the project is complete and the client or the network has the final materials, we are faced with a mountain of files used to create the final product (taking up valuable storage space). How do we archive?


Before I jump into our solution for archiving, I recommend that you include archiving in the quote stage to your client. Ask them if they would like the project to be permanently archived for future re-edits and then build the archive fee as a separate item on the quote. Almost every time, they will want their project ...

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