NAS, Security, Archival Footage, and HDR – An Office Hours Discussion

March 16, 2022

Team Mixing Light discusses member questions including: TrueNAS storage, archival footage artifacts, budget HDR monitoring, and security.


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TrueNAS, dealing with repeating frames, budget HDR monitoring, and security

This go-around, Patrick is joined by Mixing Light Contributors Joey D’Anna, Cullen Kelly, and Katie Hinsen. We are joined by a special guest, Hollywood colorist Mark Todd Osborne.

We start the conversation with our panelists each sharing a something we’ve all learned in the past month or so. Then we dive into the questions that are at the top of mind for our members. 

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  • Arri Raw is completely uncompressed.  They have released a compressed version of the codec which is called Arri Raw HDE, which stands for High Density Encoding.

    I have worked with both, and they are very heavy formats in terms of storage bandwidth needs, however my 8 Bay 10GB NAS handled them both no problem. The only time I had issues with Arri Raw, was with 6.5k Arri Raw from the Alexa 65, but once the sequences got cached to the NVME it played back without a hitch

    • Patrick Inhofer

      Thanks Ze for sharing your experience!

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