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johnnymorales

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So I uploaded over 10 hours of family videos onto my computer and burned them onto DVDs via Adobe Premiere. I still want to keep a copy of them on my external hard drive in case I lose the DVD or whatever. What is the most efficient way / format to do that in. The adobe files and the video MPEG files are taking up over 100 gigs. Is there a better way to store these once I've finished them?
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Neil Jones

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For such quantities an external drive is the only real practical solution. If you've got the files and the saved projects, you can re-burn them through Adobe at a later date.
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