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MacBook Pros "underpowered?" Not for FCP X editors. Not AT ALL.
by Bill Davis 5 days ago
If you live in the Premiere Pro world, it's starting to make sense that you might not feel the new Mac Laptops are a very big deal. If you've transitioned into the FCP X world, the evidence is mountin
Re: MacBook Pros "underpowered?" @Bill Davis
by Bob Zelin 4 days ago
Hi Bill - let me ask you a simple question - in the past Apple worked hard to make sure that all the "other manufacturers" (you know, AVID, Adobe, AJA, Blackmagic, Matrox, etc.) all worked wonderfully
Am I wrong here?
by Greg Ball 2 weeks ago
I have a potential out of town client looking to do a 3 day shoot in my area. The way I work is I sub contract my crews and equipment. We would also be building sets and renting furniture. The total p
Re: Thanks and Update
by Bob Zelin 1 week ago
Hi - while this does not address Ned's situation (and congrads on getting out of this biz finally) - I just observed two friends of my who are with a NYSE traded company (so it's a big company) - they
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raid 0 long shot
by Craig Alan 1 week ago
a raid 0 pegasus first gen. Four 2TB drives. Populated with sparse bundles. One of the drives died at least according to Pegasus utility and the same drive has a red light indicating it has a problem
Re: raid 0 long shot
by Bob Zelin 1 week ago
everyone who does not backup their data, will eventually lose their data. Drives fail. Even SSD's fail. As the Creative Cow saying goes - "raid 5 is not archive" but RAID 5 is better than nothing. Bob
Mac networking and Xsan pro services
by rodrigo fajardo 2 weeks ago
Hi friends can you please help me in finding trusted pro consultant services, for a Xsan environment with OD, AFP, MDC and networking best
Re: Mac networking and Xsan pro services
by Bob Zelin 1 week ago
Hi Rodrigo - why do you want to use XSAN. There are so many better solutions on the market today, that are so much easier, and cost so much less money ! Bob Zelin Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icl
Blog: NAB For Free: How BCPC is Eliminating Financial Barriers for Trade Shows
by Kylee Peña 2 weeks ago
My first time attending the NAB Show (the National Association of Broadcasters, the largest trade show our industry has all year) I stayed in Las Vegas for a week and came away feeling connected. All
Re: NAB For Free: How BCPC is Eliminating Financial Barriers for Trade Shows
by Bob Zelin 2 weeks ago
Let's make state college free NO WAY. And screw those idiots in human resources. Both you and I do not need to pay for free state college, so that 80% of the kids can go smoke pot, and protest against
G-SPEED eS Pro troubles - not rebuilding
by Jeffrey French 2 weeks ago
I have the following RAID drive... G-Speed eS Pro (G-Tech) RAID (mini SAS) 8 TB (4x2TB Hitachi Deskstar 7200rpm) setup as a RAID 5 RocketRAID 4322 PCI-E to SAS host adapter I used HighPoint Web RAID M
Re: G-SPEED eS Pro troubles - not rebuilding
by Bob Zelin 2 weeks ago
then you are screwed. It's not going to rebuild. Bob Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
There's a Severe Degeneration of Basic Business Social Courtesies in the World Today...
by Ned Miller 2 weeks ago
Hi All, Has this been happening to you too Or is it just me I have witnessed that basic social skills have really diminished. Kids at the Thanksgiving table looking at their phones, etc. We in the sel
Re: There's a Severe Degeneration of Basic Business Social Courtesies in the World Today...
by Bob Zelin 2 weeks ago
My budget stinks! ding ding ding ding ! There it is Ned. It's not you. It's your budget. And not just your budget - it's everyone's budget. Today, NO ONE (and I work for big companies) wants to spend
Creating a cheap SAN...if possible... :)
by Francesco Marullo 1 month ago
Hi guyz, I'm italian, colorist and I've an editor. We should to build a grid to make files sharable and have an high speed (overall be available (with a of course lack of speed) to remote from outside
Re: Creating a cheap SAN...if possible... :)
by Bob Zelin 2 weeks ago
yes the XS708T (not the XS708E) can be accessed with any web browser - Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari. They all work. Bob Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
Best 'Video' Data Recovery Software for Mac OSX?
by Myles O'Reilly 3 weeks ago
Video editors back up. It's noticeable, seeming as it's near impossible to find out how to recover video data in specific. There are a few options but generally the internet is flooded with cheap and
Re: Best 'Video' Data Recovery Software for Mac OSX?
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
my smart ass answer - backup your data - to redundant drives, to LTO, to a cloud site. Don't rely on a $99 dollar data recovery program to keep you from losing your clients. Bob Bob Zelin Rescue 1, In
BM Mini Converter Power Distro
by David Peralta 3 weeks ago
Hi Guys, Just checking if there is any 12v power distros that can be used for Mini Converters We are rackmounting a good number of our mini converters, and these wall warts are not helping the cause.
Re: BM Mini Converter Power Distro
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
if you buy the Teranex Mini series of converters, these do not use wall wart power supplies. You can rack mount three of them side by size, and they can be powered with a normal AC cord, or you can us
new Blackmagic equipment - pre NAB (Feb 6 2017)
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
Just saw the Blackmagic keynote that was on today at 3:00. Why wait for NAB - how relevant is NAB, when you can present live on the web, pre trade show. Amazing new dirt cheap products, that I outline
Re: new Blackmagic equipment - pre NAB (Feb 6 2017)
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
my favorite was the Web Presenter for $495 (and $85 for the "confidence monitor" on the front). Please tell me exactly what Newtek or anyone else now has to offer (yes, Newtek has incredible virtual s
shocking new equipment from Blackmagic on Feb 6, 2017
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
why wait for NAB BMD Web Presenter - plugs into your USB2 port, and turns your camera, or switcher into a web streaming product for YouTube Live, Skype, etc. $495. Add the control panel on the front $
Re: shocking new equipment from Blackmagic on Feb 6, 2017
by Travis Meck 3 weeks ago
Was literally about to pull the trigger on a 2 camera in iMag & Facebook out Wirecast scenario but had worried about high CPU usage recording 2 iso's and a Program stream as well as encode to FB live
Filesystems and Beyond
by Jessica Mantheiy 2 months ago
Informative Podcast of how Filesystems work in regards to storage. Check it out! The Workflow Show #404: Filesystems and Beyond
Re: Filesystems and Beyond
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
I bet you are one of the first guys to consider moving to Symply. Bob Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
QNAP TVS-871T and Amazon S3
by Michael Raff 3 weeks ago
We recently acquired a 48 TB QNAP TVS-871T (saw Bob Z's great post-NAB review) which we are now using as a Nearline Storage solution and also as the home of our archive of deliverables, masters & subm
Re: QNAP TVS-871T and Amazon S3
by Bob Zelin 3 weeks ago
I am glad that you are having success with your QNAP 871T. QNAP continues to release amazing products at dirt cheap prices. You are using your QNAP as near line storage for your aging EditShare, but w
how to succeed in business
by Bob Zelin 4 weeks ago
simple - watch this movie https: en.wikipedia.org wiki Muscle_Shoals_(film) and the music business is harder than the video business. No matter what the odds, no matter how crappy you think you are, n
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Re: how to succeed in business
by Roy Schneider 3 weeks ago
This Film blew me away as a music fan and as a Video Professional! Long Live the Cow Roy Schneider Executive Producer Vintage Production Group 516-659-4596
Sanity check on Thunderbolt3 DAS
by Ryan Humphrey 4 weeks ago
Looking for a sanity check on some of the new TB3 RAID boxes. I work for a small post company that does lots of film capture and restoration along with other things. The standard need for lots of big,
Re: Sanity check on Thunderbolt3 DAS
by Bob Zelin 4 weeks ago
you do understand that you cannot hookup a thunderbolt 3 RAID array to a thunderbolt 2 computer like the current Mac Pro cylinder or iMac. If you have a Mac Pro 6,1, you need a product like the G-Tech
Adding greater redundancy
by Michael Sacci 1 month ago
For our media server we have (2) 16 bay arrays. One 48Tb and the other 64TB, both set up as RAID 5. This has been running great over the years but we have had a couple of drive failures but we where a
Re: Adding greater redundancy
by Bob Zelin 4 weeks ago
if you buy 32 8TB drives, simply purchase two 16 bay RAID chassis, and run any simple cloning program like Carbon Copy Cloner, Good Sync, Super Duper, Chronosync, etc. How do you avoid buying two empt
MicroSoft's Storage Spaces Direct
by John Heagy 1 month ago
Has anybody considered or seen Microsoft Server 2016's Storage Spaces Direct in action I'm not a Window's fan but it's an impressive shared nothing parallel filesystem. It has zfs like SSD first write
Re: MicroSoft's Storage Spaces Direct
by Bob Zelin 1 month ago
Hi John - there are many commercially available NAS systems that are dirt cheap like QNAP and Synology that currently offer tiering. For a small workgroup (under 20 users, and typically 6 - 10 users),
Mac Pro 2 Concept -- (if only Apple cared about the Pro market)
by John Rofrano 1 month ago
I came across a graphics designer who placed this Mac Pro 2 concept on his site and I would buy one in a heart beat if Apple would only build it: Check it out: http: pascaleggert.de macpro.html If onl
Re: Mac Pro 2 Concept -- (if only Apple cared about the Pro market)
by Bob Zelin 1 month ago
Hi Shane - so with you in mind, why would I build a new car for you with the features that you want. So that maybe in 5 years, when your Honda blows up, you will think about me You see the "Apple Nuts
order of hookup for 10 g
by Glenn Sakatch 1 month ago
I'm trying to understand the order of how components can be hooked together in a 10g situation (just 2 computers) and at what point adding a device to the mix becomes a "time for a switch and server"
Re: order of hookup for 10 g
by Bob Zelin 1 month ago
replies from Bob Zelin below (so many questions !!!!!!!) I'm trying to understand the order of how components can be hooked together in a 10g situation (just 2 computers) and at what point adding a de
Do I need a business license? Self-Employed IRS Tax Question? Agreement form with my clients?
by Suz Rizza 1 month ago
Hello everyone! My question, Do I need a business license I'm a self-employed video editor and I do other gigs on the side. Last year I was doing pretty good for video editing. Made about 5k and I've
Re: Do I need a business license? Self-Employed IRS Tax Question? Agreement form with my clients?
by Bob Zelin 1 month ago
simple answer. You don't do it. But you say "I only made $5000 in the last 2 1 2 years, and I can't afford H&R Block". Perhaps you were an orphan. Perhaps your parents past away when you were young. P
Sharepoint 2016 as a B-Roll library
by Michael Seidl 2 months ago
My company is looking to put Sharepoint on our new server, and they are hoping that we can create a searchable database for all of our b-roll (aprox 11k clips). However I can't really find any resourc
Re: Sharepoint 2016 as a B-Roll library
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
do you mean Microsoft SharePoint Why would you do this, when there are wonderful asset managers for video out there, like CatDV and Axle Video, that are designed exactly for your application Bob Zelin
Atto R380-Akitio Thunder2 PCIe
by Baligh Mhanna 2 months ago
Hello ppl Bob, Bob after reading a couple Q&A, I could do with some help if possible. I have a Sonnet D800 storage drive with 8TB that was supplied with ATTO-R380 back in 2011 I have sold the Mac pro
Re: Atto R380-Akitio Thunder2 PCIe
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
you bought an iMac with thunderbolt 2. Simple answer - buy an empty Thunderbolt 2 RAID chassis, and install your drives. Problem solved. ps - you are on the wrong forum - you should be on the RAID for
Machine Room Setup: How to connect Apple cinema displays over long cable run
by Matt Pfingsten 2 months ago
I'm not sure if this is the appropriate forum to ask this, but here goes. I'm trying to move my computer (cheese grater style Mac Pro) to a machine room and run cable to my keyboard, mouse, speakers,
Re: Machine Room Setup: How to connect Apple cinema displays over long cable run
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
one of the main reasons I hate Apple monitors (don't worry, they don't make monitors anymore). Countless companies like Gefen and Smart AVI (and plenty of others) make VGA extenders, DVI extenders, DV
9to5 Mac Opinion piece on Secrecy
by Craig Seeman 2 months ago
Opinion: Apple s product secrecy may create magic, but lack of transparency on upgrade cycles creates frustration https: 9to5mac.com 2016 12 20 opinion-apple-secrecy
Re: 9to5 Mac Opinion piece on Secrecy
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
ya know - what the hell do I know (not much) but this is my opinion, and I have heard similar opinions to this. This is also one of the reasons I give our Bill Davis a hard time all the time (because
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exactly how fast is a Thunderbolt 3 RAID ?
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
Well, it looks like Netstor is showing the first results - this is a RAID 0 24 drive SSD RAID on Thunderbolt 3 - http: www.netstor.com.tw _03 img tb3_w5_chart.jpg from this URL - http: www.netstor.com
LSI 9341-8i or SAS 9361-16I
by Margus Voll 2 months ago
Hi. I plan to build new workstations for my Resolve and VFX setup but have some confusion about drive array. I have been looking on LSI products that i mention in subject. What confuses me now is: In
Re: LSI 9341-8i or SAS 9361-16I
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
and why don't you just buy a premade Chinese NAS that does exactly what you want without any aggravation Bob Zelin Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
Looking for advice and ideas
by Greg Ball 2 months ago
I'm working on creating a TV series that features different experts with a segment dedicated to each person's expertise. I don't want to give away my idea here, but let's say that I wanted to create a
Re: Looking for advice and ideas
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
Just to clarify, I'm wondering how to buy air time on local television affiliates. I'm not sure who to contact. REPLY - that's the easy part. You call the receptionist at your local TV station (I assu
recommendations for Adobe CC shared storage?
by D j Harris 2 months ago
Hi, I'm looking for a point in the right direction when looking at replacing our aging SAN...there are a lot of posts on this already but it's slightly overwhelming how many options there are. I'm hap
Re: recommendations for Adobe CC shared storage?
by Bob Zelin 2 months ago
HI DJ - lucky for you, every system you see advertised here on Creative Cow works. You can use AVID, Adobe, FCP-X, etc. They all work. Any 8 bay system with 3TB drives is a 24 TB shared storage system
Video Playout Software
by Daniel Harrison 3 months ago
Hi Guys We run a local radio station and want to create a video stream to accompany our stations audio feed so we can get carriage on some of the local TV platforms - in a sense, create a TV channel a
Re: Video Playout Software
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
http: www.softron.tv Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
Paying Freelancers
by Sam Rappold 3 months ago
I am planning a shoot in late January for which I am going to be hiring a couple of freelancers. It is my first real experience with hiring talent, so I am a little lost. I am doing this as an individ
Re: Paying Freelancers
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
simple answer - pay them under the table, no one will know any better. you can write off anything you want - but if you get audited, and don't have W9 forms from them, you will be screwed. If one of t
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A little OT: Asset Managers
by Jeff Markgraf 3 months ago
Looking for some thoughts on assent management systems. Here's the catch: must be Premiere Pro compatible. I know, it's an FCP group. And I dearly wish I were looking for a setup for an FCP X facility
Re: A little OT: Asset Managers
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
I agree with David Weiss - Cat DV Axle Video and of course Key Flow Pro (as per John Davidson and FCP-X) The other solutions are too complex and expensive. Just remember, the real expense of any asset
Terranex AV vs Terranex Mini
by todd mcmullen 3 months ago
Does anyone know if the Terranex Mini has the same engine as the larger AV or 3d unit I understand they will not have the same features but pound for pound will I get the same quality up-convert from
Re: Terranex AV vs Terranex Mini
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
yes - it's the same quality. If you need a single conversion - SD to HD, it will work just fine for you. Bob Zelin Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
Silly concept BMD
by Dan Powers 3 months ago
The fact that you cannot record audio only with any BMD product is stupidity. Buy a $2000 device and it requires you to have a video input connected and must also record the video is an unfathomable d
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Re: Silly concept BMD
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
oops - I did not accurately address the first post - need video https: www.bhphotovideo.com c product 558912-REG Blackmagic_Design_CONVMSYNC_Sync_Generator.html $185 - ooh, too much money ! How about
Small personal business
by Allan Dybczak 4 months ago
I got a small private business. Doing commercials, web pages, video presentations etc. I got a iMac, 2xMacBook Pro, 3xSony PMV200 Camera, 2xGoPro Hero 3+. I also got a Blackmagicdesign ATEM 2 M E Broa
Re: Small personal business
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
yes - this is way off. Why are you dealing with a local IT company Why not with a professional video dealer Are you in the US, or Europe The smallest Synology with 10G is the DS3615xs, and you need to
RG6 cable and signal interference?
by Kay Rinne 3 months ago
We recently had a client site upgrade cable runs indoors from RG59 to quad-shielded RG6. We are broadcasting live using Sony cameras, HD-SDI out to MC. Runs are less than 200 feet. Once the cable were
Re: RG6 cable and signal interference?
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
grade A Kay No, I look for budget ways to accomplish things. And since this is a government job, done by government employees, I am sure that the four runs cost A LOT MORE that the $119 each that I po
Betacam UVW1800 and Kona LH
by Tim Vogel 9 years ago
Hi all, I have been reading about the NO REF! error on the 1800. I have video output 1 going to the REF Video 1 input. That solved the NO REF error message on the deck. However, in the video monitor t
Re: Betacam UVW1800 and Kona LH
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
this post is from 2008 ! Who records back to a Beta VTR in 2016 Your AJA Kona Card and Beta UVW 1800 must have a black reference signal from a product like an AJA GEN10 connected to the EXT REF input
Blackmagic Video Hub reliability
by Barry Bernard 3 months ago
I am looking for a large (72to 128) video router for a new facility and I am curious about the Universal Video Hub. Although the price point and features are very appealing, I am a little nervous abou
Re: Blackmagic Video Hub reliability
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
currently, unless you are buying the Universal Videohub, the largest videohub is the 40x40. When you install a router in a facility, you just don't install a router - you install PATCH BAYS along with
4Gb fiber cards on OS X 10.10?
by Drew Lahat 2 years ago
Hi everyone, Is there any 4Gb fibre-channel HBA that has working drivers and is known to work reliably under 10.10 (Not to mention one that is expected to work in 10.11). Support and driver developmen
Re: 4Gb fiber cards on OS X 10.10?
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
scott Thomas writes - "Yes, it's crazy, but my other option is a QNAP box connected via 10Gb Ethernet that only works when it wants to. Most recently, the authentication that was tethered to our domai
FOR-A FA-300P phase controls
by Maarten Fransen 4 months ago
Hello, I've recently aquired a perfectly working for.a FA-300P Timbease Corrector to digitize my VHS tapes. Unfortunately no documentation came with it. I wonder where the controls for Video Phase, SC
Re: FOR-A FA-300P phase controls
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
back in the stone age of standard def video, and analog video switchers, all products that needed to go into the video switch needed to be genlocked to a house black generator (like an AJA GEN10). So
Setting up my hard drives? What goes where?
by Kevin Alexander 3 months ago
I'm trying to setup my new computer and it's hard drives to be as good as they can for my use. It's an iMac i7 with 16GB RAM and 4GB graphics card (AMD Radeon M395x). My hard drives are: - internal 50
Re: Setting up my hard drives? What goes where?
by Bob Zelin 3 months ago
I have never ever said to keep your media on SSD drives. SSD drives are very small - most people have a lot more than 1TB of media. Almost everyone I work for has multi drive SATA RAID arrays, be it m
Cataloging
by Pedro Monsalve 4 months ago
Hey guys not sure if this is the right place but since my question is storage related here it goes. I work for a company that has probably about 25 to 30 hard drives with video projects archived (stuf
Re: Cataloging
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
CatDV AxleVideo Neofinder Bob Zelin Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
What do you think of this future?
by Ricardo Marty 4 months ago
Adobe just presented this a great tool in the right hands http: nofilmschool.com 2016 11 adobe-project-voco Ricardo Marty
Re: What do you think of this future?
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
you miss my point Mr. Garchow, and unfortunately for you, I have thought about this for a long time, in plenty of ridiculous theoretical conversations. You will be frolicking in the woods and mountain
Documentary budget question
by Lucy Slavinsky 4 months ago
Hello all, I am struggling with budget for my first documentary - 75 min feature, 90% archival film. How much stirage would I need and what would be approximate cost Thank you very much in advance, Lu
Re: Documentary budget question
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
nope ! bob Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
HyperDeck Studio playback
by Kannan Raghavan 4 months ago
Hi everyone. I've been eyeing the HyperDeck studio for a while. My main purpose is to export files (ProRes 422) from my NLE (FCP X or PrPro CC 2017) on to SSDs and playback using the HyperDeck. I know
Re: HyperDeck Studio playback
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
YES Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
NAS / DAS or SAN for Small Studio
by Armando Jones 4 months ago
Hello all, This question might come up a few times in different variations so please excuse that but here we go. So i m setting up a small production outfit, the main viewing editing bays will be spli
Re: NAS / DAS or SAN for Small Studio
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
Hi Armando - the Drobo does not offer a 10G solution, so it's too slow for your application. The TVS-871T is excellent. But the $3000 QNAP you listed comes with no disk drives in it. You need 8 drives
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Need advise for new 120 TB raid system
by Laurens de Groot 4 months ago
Hi all, Yet another NAS question! We currently have a 12-Bay 4TB Accusys (A12S2-ps) connected as DAS to a single computer, but need to add more space (don t you just love RAW ) One option would of cou
Re: Need advise for new 120 TB raid system
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
As your data storage needs grow, RS3617xs+ can be connected to one or two dedicated RX1217 RX1217RP2 expansion units, allowing you to expand storage capacity up to 36 drives3 without disrupting servic
Time to upgrade our SAN
by James Vorley 4 months ago
Hi Long time lurker first time poster here It s time to upgrade our ageing SAN and looking for some suggestions. We currently have a Nexsan SATABoy 4GbFC SAN shared via Tiger Store (recently upgraded
Re: Time to upgrade our SAN
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
Tiger Technology - great company SNS - great company ProMax - great company Tolis - great company Nexsan - really you said you already own a Synology - so I guess you know the interface, and you know
Cutting cables...
by Tom Sefton 4 months ago
http: www.bbc.co.uk news technology-37880723 D'oh! Co-owner at Pollen Studio www.pollenstudio.co.uk
Re: Cutting cables...
by Bob Zelin 4 months ago
a ha ha - Tom writes - " top quality belkin style hub " that's like saying Large Shrimp. You don't get crappier quality then Belkin. Bob Zelin Bob Zelin Rescue 1, Inc. bobzelin@icloud.com
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