Jetfighter808

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  1. Get a 256 gb MLC ssd of your choice to act as cache then a 4tb Red for mass storage
  2. Did you really have to say this 3 times?
  3. Why don't you use Seagate's Archive Drives to well....archive your videos? Are you using the enterprise capacity drives just because you can?

  4. You learn something new everyday. Thanks Sebastian-Very informative
  5. At our school it is: 9 = High A* 8 = Scrape A* 7 = A 6 = B etc....
  6. OPUS support please. But then you'll have to rename it.
  7. Why don't you upload the WAN Show in 4k upsampled vs 1080p @LinusTech?
  8. @nickmlg More thumbnails like this please. Shows off the product (kinda) and hints at the opinion of the presenter, Much better than what ever this is. https://postimg.org/image/obdhc7u1l/
  9. fixed
  10. Question @AshleyAshes. Although you are right about how compressing a lossy video format into another lossy video format such as h264 into h265 will always result in a loss of information/degradation in quality and the simple solution is to simply have more HDD space. Have you not considered for the majority of people who aren't cinephiles won't be able to tell the difference due to the limitations of their TV or projector and instead just want to save some money instead or have an encoded h265 version to backup into the cloud in case their house burned down and all their blue ray rips were destroyed. If quality was of the up most concern, why don't the published simply use the RAW recording and not compress it at all (I am not an expert in this field so this is actually an honest question) or encode it in h265 to begin with (also an honest question).
  11. you say "faster" (than ram) and then say "bottleneck from SATA." WHAT? SSD's are orders of magnitudes slower the RAM. Maybe when xpoint comes out definitely not at the moment
  12. But everybody loves Dennis
  13. This video effectively
  14. 6 Months Time.....24 Seagate Nytro's