Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Hard drive requirements for video, part of Lightroom: Working with Video.
…If you are a demanding user, you've…probably already invested in high performance hard drives.…What you need to realize is that video is going to…push the limits of your hard drive, because the files are bigger.…Rather than just viewing a single still image, you are looking at…maybe 60 still images a second when you play back a video file.…Now, it's important that you balance out cost and performance.…And for this, I just want to give you a couple of suggestions about drives.…First off, if you have a choice, consider using a 7200 rpm or faster hard drive.…
This is typically a full height drive or a performance laptop drive.…Additionally, you should investigate the use of RAID disks.…This is where multiple disks can be partitioned together.…Now, there are several types of RAIDs.…Some are purely for protection to prevent data loss.…Others are for performance, where multiple disks share the burden.…And some RAIDs combine both protection and performance.…So, just make sure you investigate what options you have.…
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- Adding video to a Lightroom catalog
- Controlling video playback
- Isolating stills from video
- Trimming clips
- Adjusting white balance, color, and tone
- Creating custom develop settings
- Building a slideshow
- Adding watermarks to video
- Exporting video files in a professional format
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Importing Video
2. Viewing Video in Lightroom
3. Adjusting the Aesthetics of a Video Clip in the Quick Develop Module
4. Creating Custom Develop Settings
Developing a proxy frame2m 48s
5. Building a Simple Slideshow with Video
6. Exporting Video Files
Final thoughts1m 56s
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