Following some advice receieved on this forum, and from a few other sources, I've recently bought a Sony HC3 camera and a Light and Motion housing.
I've got Sony Vegas Movie Studio 6 (Platinum) and I've had a go at editing some footage with reasonable results.
One thing I'm seeing is the size of the Intermediate files I'm using for editing (using the Cineform codec) which is stretching the hard drive on my PC a bit.
I've currently got an 80GB gard drive and I'm wondering about adding another hard drive (300GB plus) so that I can keep the operating sofrtware on one and the video files on another.
I wondered whether an external hard drive (USB2) would be any good for this. I could fit an internal drive but the externbal offers me flexibility to use it for other things on my other computer (the one I don't use for video).
What are peoples thoughts / experiences of using an external hard drive for this purpose
Any and all advice appreciated
dougaldiverMember Since 23 Feb 2007
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