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Re: filmscanners: storage



Yamaha. Don't get a Phillips or an HP. I just got a settlement from a class 
action
suit against Phillips CD recorder.
I don't know how Mac's work (PC here), but I have dual  80 mb/sec SCSI HD's and 
the
Yamaha on the same chain with a couple of other things and an active terminator
(not passive) on the end. But I have the scanner on a second SCSI card all to
itself. I try to keep all internal and external SCSI cables short. Never 
created a
"coaster" even at 8x with this setup. Tips? If you can, write a disk image file
first instead of recording on the fly. Don't record at the CD-R(W)'s top speed 
if
you don't have to. Turn off apps running in backgound and defrag your disks.

Sara Jane Boyers wrote:

> .. any suggestions on a
> good CD-RW to hold all the stuff?  And any considerations I should
> use as I shop?  --

Jim Hayes

Pixelography: The marriage of silicon and silver.
Images at http://www.jymis.com/~jimhayes





 




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