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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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Burp… I’m full

3/12/2013 12:00 am

Have you ever gone on an all you can eat buffet and told yourself beforehand “I’m going to fill myself up”! I have. Long ago when I was still young, naïve, and doing my IT degree. It was an all you can eat dimsum buffet and I still remember forcing down that last dumpling that made me sick for the rest of the day.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Jordan Tiburcio

Acquisition with Cinedeck

4/11/2013 12:00 am

Cinedecks motto is your workflow your way and what that means is the ability to take multiple streams, ingest those, creating multiple formats of your choice so you have all your traditional editorial formats like ProRes, DNxHD and those can be recorded out to separate locations so it makes it very very flexible as far as what you’re ingesting, how quickly you’re getting it in, what you’re creating and where it’s going to.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By MattW

Is My RAID Safe or Not?

1/11/2013 12:00 am

As a Storage Administrator and Consultant working on a lot of different storage roll out for different requirements, I’ve seen a lot of points of failure and disaster relating to enterprise shared storage. However one scenario that struck me the most is a misconception on storage.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Jordan Tiburcio

My 3 Pick Hits From IBC2013

2/10/2013 12:00 am

I saw a number of products this year at IBC2013 which I think are pretty special and worthy of some particular attention here.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Andrew Mooney

The most common question I am asked when scoping a VFX/Post/Broadcast facility, whether small medium or larger is whether they should be buying, Smoke, Flame, Nuke, After Effects, Eyeon, 3Ds Max, Maya or Cinema 4D. Whether you are a sole trader creative, small to medium sized business or a large scale facility the answers are always the same…the tools are one thing but what are you trying to achieve is another. Now I'm sure there are those of you out there that may laugh and guffaw at this as an answer either because you think its a ‘sales'y’ type question or an avoidance of the question…nothing can be further from the truth.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Sean Curran

Asset Crazy

9/09/2013 12:00 am

In the Post Production and Broadcast industry, we handle a large number of assets. Not just kilobytes of it, but so big that you need a big shared storage to accommodate these assets.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Jordan Tiburcio

Computex Round Up 2013

6/09/2013 12:00 am

Warwick Morris attended the Computex 2013 Tradeshow.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Warwick Morris

Permissions Drama

6/08/2013 12:00 am

General Error, Permissions Denied, No Access; these are a few of the many permission related error messages you’ll see when dealing with data and storage. More particularly with Unix based Filesystem, permission issues tend to be a nightmare and can easily ruin your project schedule.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By Jordan Tiburcio

Media Composer 7 is coming!

12/06/2013 12:00 am

At NAB Avid introduced Media Composer 7 which is really targeted at two very specific things. That is, helping people with the file based workflow revolution including hi-res as well as distributed editing. We’re seeing a lot more production going outside of the facility. People needing to edit in the field in real time and collaborating in sync with the facility just to make the project much more efficient.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By MattW

Meet The Trainer - Annette Rays

6/06/2013 12:00 am

Digistor Training Centre Manager Sarah Palmer meets Annette Rays. Annette recently completed Adobe Training culminating in her completing her ACE Exam for Premiere Pro CS6.

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Comments | Posted in Blog By SarahP

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