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Digital Production Buzz – August 13, 2015

Join Larry Jordan and Mike Horton as they talk with Larry O’Connor, Chris Bross, and Art Adams.

  • Keep Your Data Safe
  • Recover Lost Data From A Hard Drive Crash
  • Lighting for a Perfect Scene

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Guests this Week

Larry O'Connor
Larry O’Connor, President & Founder, Other World Computing
Eight months ago, Larry O’Connor, CEO of OWC, was one of the first to issue the warning about OS X and SSD drives on The Buzz. Since then, Mac OS X has evolved and this week Larry rejoins us with an update on how to successful use Solid State Drives with Mac OS X. Then, he shares his thoughts on how to keep our data safe using RAIDs.
Chris Bross
Chris Bross, Strategic Technical Alliances, DriveSavers Data Recovery
Hard disks fail. And when they do, you run the risk of losing all the data stored on them. Chris Bross is the Chief Technology Officer at DriveSavers, a company that specialized in data recovery, eDiscovery and forensics. Every day, Chris and his team work to recover data lost to physical trauma, mechanical damage and lost passwords. This week, he joins us to explain how to keep our data safe, as well as recover it from a bad hard disk.
Art Adams
Art Adams, Director of Photography
Art Adams is a cinematographer with 28 years experience in the film industry. He spent ten years in Hollywood working on features and TV series before returning to his native Northern California, where he currently shoots commercials and corporate marketing projects. Between shoots he works as a consultant for a number of industry companies including Sony, Sound Devices and DSC Labs, and writes technical articles at ProVideo Coalition and DVInfo. This week, he shares how he approaches lighting a scene.
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