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Rachael Busher

Graphic design and 3d animation student who is working with a filmmaker and wanting to help produce ambitious projects once we have the gear.
Member Since:
December 9th 2017
16 Posts
free or low cost tape backup software? (and is there a point)
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Hoping to become an LTO Ultrium user here in the next couple months... just still deciding which drive (in my other post - anyone with suggestions WHICH drive to get please post ) and figuring out my
Re: free or low cost tape backup software? (and is there a point)
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
I'm just perusing some of the options now... having heard multiple perspectives. BRU looks interesting - reading the white paper am I correct to assume that file integrity is it's main advantage over
which LTO6 drive to buy?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
I'm just trying to scour the web a bit more for any other advice or educated opinions to help me figure out the subject title. I'm planning on buying an LTO6 drive no later than the Feb-March window.
Re: which LTO6 drive to buy?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Well i'm all ears, you can recommend specific other sellers especially if prices for packages are competitive, curious what the package difference is though - I prefer to pick my own SAS card (because
what happens if LTFS on LTO loses a bit/senses corruption?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Specific post for a specific question since this board seems a little slow moving... I'm wanting to use LTFS for file storage on LTO Ultrium tapes because i'm sold on the 'ease of use' aspect. What i'
Re: what happens if LTFS on LTO loses a bit/senses corruption?
by Jerzy Zbyslaw 2 years ago
Your best bet would be to create Par 2.0 archives using either Multipar or Quickpar so that if any of the data is missing or unreadable then it can be reconstructed https: en.wikipedia.org wiki Parchi
previous versions of CC 'better' for multicore performance??
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Just reading some random articles from a decently big name workstation maker where they talk of recommending Skylake cpu's over dual Xeons anymore because Adobe CC has gone from supporting lots of cor
is dual LGA1366 w-96gb to 288gb enough for 8k & future?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
I was wondering if I could get some opinions from people about cpu generations... Does anyone think the LGA 1366 based platform would be inadequate for use of Adobe CC through the early 2020's as long
newbie to LTO6/need help choosing a drive (for slower <160MB writing)
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Hello I need help understanding the world of LTO Ultrium tape backup. I've read things which are online but I cannot find answers to any of my questions because I don't know where such conversations n
Re: newbie to LTO6/need h elp choosing a drive (for slower <160MB writing)
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
So in theory EVERY LTO6 drive should write fine as slowly as 55MB second Are any better than others Is there anything specification or featurewise to suggest buying one drive over another then or not
Weird Error after Reinstall
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Hello, I have been using 3dsMax for a couple years now as a student, starting with version 2017 and now the 2018, with no problems at all. However this past week my Windows 10 Pro hard drive crashed a
Re: Weird Error after Reinstall
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Ah thank you, I appreciate the link - because I was finishing final projects for school I ended up getting in contact with Autodesk back in December and they were able to help fix the issue... which e
Skip LTO-7 for LTO-8 in 2018-2019?
by Sam Lee 2 years ago
I've been using LTO-6 since 2013. Great 4 years of archive with over 2000 tapes and growing. The HP drive is still working great. But the data is getting bigger than ever before, especially raw 4K and
Re: Skip LTO-7 for LTO-8 in 2018-2019?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
I'm no expert on LTO (actually came here to ask questions more than give answers) but I thought the news release talking about M8 formatted tapes was very interesting. If not familiar, that's the use
whose using the MOST RAM for online editing?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
I am wanting to buy a used workstation in the not-far-off future with the plan for it to be my main video editing workstation for perhaps the next 5 years or so. I am curious how much RAM capacity I s
budget used dSLR that in-body stabilizes & compatible with most manual lenses
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
So i'm hunting for a dSLR... I am a relative newbie, having mostly used ENG style cameras before (such as the Panasonic AC130U) so far I have used almost nothing recent and have not been up on technol
Re: budget used dSLR that in-body stabilizes & compatible with most manual lenses
by Chris Wright 2 years ago
sony a6500 APS-C around $1200 has ibis. panasonic gx85 m4 3 is around $500 and has ibis. with cheap adaptor you can use other mounts. both cameras won't do low light like a7sii.
What are the fastest/faster 2.5" Laptop drives from 1-5TB or so?
by Rachael Busher 2 years ago
Self explanatory, curious which drives keep up well with the fast modern SD cards like UHS-2 and such for data offloading in the field. I have a concern about "shingled drives" because what i've read
Re: What are the fastest/faster 2.5" Laptop drives from 1-5TB or so?
by Tom Matthies 2 years ago
It would seem, at least for now, that SMR drives are substantially slower than PMR drives but they can hold huge amounts of data per platter. Not my monkeys. Not my circus.
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