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    The Boston Avid Group (BAVUG) is back! Don't miss this chance to join a robust group of Avid professionals, students and digital enthusiasts from all over the New England area.

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Vancouver BC Avid MC User Group?

Can anyone tell me if there is one? thx

posted by djhg on Fri, May 26 2017

Re: Cloud based backups. Is there a reasonable option?

The Google drive backup sounds interesting to me. I use external local drives for backups of projects. I've thought about using Dropbox as well but I hate how it takes over your system when you have...

posted by Don on Sun, Apr 02 2017

Re: Cloud based backups. Is there a reasonable option?

Backblaze looking interesting- they'll send a hard drive if you need to restore. Chances are you'd use it as backup to local backup, initially at least, so there'd have to be a pretty big disaster...

posted by TrevorA on Sun, Apr 02 2017

Cloud based backups. Is there a reasonable option?

I'm curious if anyone using Shared storage solutions also uses a cloud based backup for all their media, projects, data, etc... The reason I ask is I'm being asked about this by non-video people...

posted by Don on Sun, Apr 02 2017

Editors' Lounge "State of the Industry" Discussion Panel Mar. 31st

The pre-NAB / post-HPA Tech Retreat Discussion Panel The Annual Analysis of All Things Post Production Returns Spring is almost here and that means flowers and birds and... tech conferences in the desert...

posted by TCurren on Tue, Mar 07 2017

Featured Meeting

 

The Avid Toronto Editors will hold its next meeting at The Royal, on Tuesday June 21, 2011 from 6:30 to 9:00 PM, They are glad to have some of Canada’s top editors discussing their art, work and how they got their start.  This panel includes James Bredin (Little Mosque, Nero Wolfe Mystery), Pamela Bayne (The Adrenaline Project) and Laurie Januska, Director of Member and Training Services DGC. Register on www.avidtorontoeditors.ca.

 

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