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XenData File-Folder Interface for File-Based Workflows

 

Sometimes you do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM) system. In this case, simply create a folder structure on the XenData archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop or copy and paste to move files to and from the archive.

 

 

Simply create a folder structure on the archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop, copy and paste or use an FTP utility to move files to and from the archive. This is ideal for video applications that do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM).

If you want to store folders to specific groups of LTO cartridges, simply set up XenData policies to map folders to pools of LTO cartridges. If you are not sure how much capacity is required for a particular group of LTO cartridges, that is not a problem: the cartridge groups expand dynamically, adding additional cartridges as necessary.

 

 

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Solutions > Drag and Drop

» Back to Creative Video Solutions

 

XenData File-Folder Interface for File-Based Workflows

 

Sometimes you do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM) system. In this case, simply create a folder structure on the XenData archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop or copy and paste to move files to and from the archive.

 

 

Simply create a folder structure on the archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop, copy and paste or use an FTP utility to move files to and from the archive. This is ideal for video applications that do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM).

If you want to store folders to specific groups of LTO cartridges, simply set up XenData policies to map folders to pools of LTO cartridges. If you are not sure how much capacity is required for a particular group of LTO cartridges, that is not a problem: the cartridge groups expand dynamically, adding additional cartridges as necessary.

 

Solutions > Drag and Drop

» Back to Creative Video Solutions

 

XenData File-Folder Interface for File-Based Workflows

 

Sometimes you do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM) system. In this case, simply create a folder structure on the XenData archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop or copy and paste to move files to and from the archive.

 

 

Simply create a folder structure on the archive, just as you would on a disk-based server or disk-based NAS. Then drag and drop, copy and paste or use an FTP utility to move files to and from the archive. This is ideal for video applications that do not need the complexity of a Media Asset Management (MAM).

If you want to store folders to specific groups of LTO cartridges, simply set up XenData policies to map folders to pools of LTO cartridges. If you are not sure how much capacity is required for a particular group of LTO cartridges, that is not a problem: the cartridge groups expand dynamically, adding additional cartridges as necessary.

 



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