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The dangers of copying a bad copy

The dangers of copying a bad copy: Video Data Management on Set and in the Field
The dangers of copying a bad copy: Video Data Management on Set and in the Field

When you're on set—whether in a studio or out in the field—you need to make sure that the data is backed up correctly and that there are multiple copies in case something goes wrong. This is 3-2-1 backup. In this video, Richard Harrington explains why you need to make sure you are copying directly from the card each time you make a backup.

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