Hard Drive Management for Creative Pros

Hard Drive Management for Creative Pros

Hard Drive Management for Creative Pros is an Intermediate level study on 3D + Animation, compiled by an expert, Kevin Ames. This study is an important base for anyone who needs to get better at his/her 3D + Animation skills. It gives you a thorough grip on 3D + Animation, Audio + Music, Photo Management, Photography, Video, Video Editing, Post Production, 3D + Animation, Audio + Music, Photo Management, Photography, Video, Video Editing and Post Production.

Free Download - Hard Drive Management for Creative Pros
Author Kevin Ames
Publish Date 5/7/2018
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 45m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 36
Last Update N/A

For many photographers, one of the worst imaginable predicaments is a hard drive failure with no backup. Consequently, it’s critical for creative professionals to have a solid understanding of how to effectively manage and safeguard their work. In this course, join photographer Kevin Ames as he dives into the hard drive, why it fails, and the steps a photographer can take to protect themselves from data loss. Kevin explores different formats for hard drives, shares practical strategies for organizing your data, discusses digital asset management tools and backups, and more.

Topics include:

  • What is in a hard drive?
  • Formats for hard drives
  • Using RAIDs for storing digital files
  • Organizing assets
  • Using digital asset management tools
  • Connecting hard drives
  • How often to backup
  • Long-term backups

Hard Drive Management for Creative Pros : Video Lessons

  • Welcome3m 9s
  • What is in a hard drive?4m 9s
  • Factors that can hurt a drive4m 23s
  • The dangers of hard drives on a shelf3m
  • Obsolescence2m 1s
  • Mac4m 29s
  • Windows3m 37s
  • Cross-platform formats1m 25s
  • What is a RAID?54s
  • RAID 0 is for speed, not storage1m 4s
  • RAID 1: Mirror, mirror1m 16s
  • RAID 5: Protected storage2m 44s
  • Proprietary RAIDs (Synology and Drobo)3m 30s
  • Metadata vs. folders4m 49s
  • Folder structure approaches3m 50s
  • Keeping it simple8m 42s
  • Letting the computer sort it all out1m 21s
  • What is a digital asset manager (DAM)?7m 52s
  • Catalogs are databases3m 55s
  • Using a file browser2m 33s
  • Naming conventions3m 36s
  • Megabits vs. megabytes3m 14s
  • Current connections7m 31s
  • Legacy connections2m 11s
  • What is a backup?58s
  • Backup vs. protected storage1m 20s
  • How many copies of a backup?4m 4s
  • How often to backup1m 31s
  • Local storage58s
  • Offsite storage2m 44s
  • 3-2-1 backup1m 34s
  • Long-term backups2m 18s
  • Migration3m 7s
  • Next steps1m 27s

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