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The Digistor blog includes contributions from the Digistor team to provide hints and tips, technology updates and industry opinion.

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The computer industry is evolving constantly and the demand for video is growing at an even faster pace. Most footage nowadays being shot at a standard 4K resolution and a lot of questions are being asked about 4K workflows. Digistor's Phillip Gorini looks at the tape storage options.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Phillip Gorini

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If Adobe Premiere is experiencing "weird behaviour", try these steps to attempt to isolate and resolve the issue.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Atom Trujillo

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If you capture, curate, process or distribute digital content that drives revenue for your organisation then the ability to keep the process flowing, even during local outages, is essential. View the infographic and download the whitepaper.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Mark Richards

autodesk subcription 100x54Autodesk is phasing out perpetual licenses of it's software. Current subscription offerings will continue to evolve with plans that allow you to access multiple products and to share licenses as you do today with perpetual licensing. Find out how Digistor can help you through the transition.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Andrew Mooney

MAXON Cinema 4D Training Update

19/08/2015 11:30 AM

Annette has recently updated her training qualifications and is now a MAXON Certified Instructor. This qualification reinforces her advanced training skills and her commitment to training in Cinema 4D. STOP PRESS: And now Release 17 trained!

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Adimex Editors

Thunderbolt 3 vs USB 3.1

4/08/2015 2:39 PM

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Syama Mishra

Remote replication is the process of syncing new and modified over the network directly to a secondary storage unit. This other unit can either be onsite on the same network or offsite at another location that can be accessed over the internet. If the systems have multiple Ethernet ports, a dedicated network could be created between the two units to keep the replication network traffic off your corporate LAN. This setup with a dedicated network is only feasible when the units are close together, unless you have multiple internet connections.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Phillip Gorini

Why Give a DAM?

4/05/2015 10:52 AM

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Whether you are running a high volume visual effects powerhouse or a small boutique post production studio, a solid Digital Asset Management tool should be at the core of your workflow.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Stephen Moylan

Digistor NAB Blab 2015

13/04/2015 12:00 AM

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The NAB show is the world's largest gathering of the media production industry covering the development, management and delivery of content across all mediums. Digistor is sending a contingent to Las Vegas for the 2015 NAB to assess and communicate the developments at the show.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Nik Ayliffe

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With the December 2014 deadline for purchasing an Avid Media Composer Upgrade & Support plan now passed, Avid is introducing a new program for customers to get current with the latest software.

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