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The twenty steps and skills required to becoming a master compositor.
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What is a render farm, why do you need it, and how can you get one. Answered. Simply.
The simplest way to tell when to use or SAN or NAS for video, and how to find the right solution for your workflow.
The simplest explanation of the differences between a NAS and a SAN.
This article highlights the typical data management workflow for on-set dailies and backup, and gives a brief overview of some important software that gets the job done.