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Chapter 2. Introduction to Studio 10 > Selecting Your Capture Drive

Selecting Your Capture Drive

Most video old-timers use systems with two or more hard disk drives: one for the operating system and applications and one for captured video and project files. This model arose in the days of underpowered computers and cranky, low-capacity disk drives that were barely up to the task of capturing video.

Things have changed since then. Most computers purchased since 2000 are more than capable of video capture and editing as is. Still, with 300-gigabyte (GB) drives costing under $300, most video producers should consider purchasing a separate drive, especially for long projects or DVD production.


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