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LTFS – what’s not to like?

LTFS (Linear Tape File System) was introduced just over two years ago and, during that time, has provoked considerable discussion within our industry. I guess the first question to ask is what was the idea behind it? I don’t think it’s fair to say its introduction was to replace .TAR and .PAX file formats which [...]

By | 2016-10-29T08:55:30+00:00 January 7th, 2013|Categories: Opinion, Products|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Cache-a failing to mount on OSX Lion

It has been well documented that since the release of Lion, Apple have changed the way in which their AFP (Apple Filing Protocol) works. One of the major changes was to disable the DHCAST128 “UAM” (User Authentication Module) among others. Unfortunately this particular UAM happens to be used by every Linux system that connects to [...]

By | 2012-07-07T09:36:19+00:00 July 7th, 2012|Categories: Support|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

NAB Roundup 2011

The NAB show is always a daunting and slightly bewildering experience. There is always an overwhelming amount on display, and one always has the sneaking feeling of potentially missing the next big thing tucked away in some some little stand somewhere. I wouldn’t say that the last point was unlikely this year, but NAB 2011 [...]

All aspects of file-based workflow covered by root6 at BVE2011

15th – 17th February, Earlscourt 2, Stand G.30 Visitors to BVE contemplating the implementation of file-based workflow should make a point of visiting the root6 stand where all aspects of the process will be covered. Through ingest, editing, storage and delivery, the latest technologies from leading suppliers will be demonstrated and explained. Visitors will also [...]