daily planet5D #49 Archiving Using a SparseDisk in FCPX-1

daily planet5D #49 Archiving Using a SparseDisk in FCPX

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I’ve learned several things lately about data management and earlier I showed you Event ManagerX for managing projects and events in FCPX – but now, I’ve learned an even better trick – using Apple’s sparse disk images to create entire stand alone archive disks for events and projects.

Links:
planet5d.com/sparsedisk
planet5d.com/chrisfolder

daily planet5D #49 Archiving Using a SparseDisk in FCPX

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