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Old Jan 26th, 2018
MikeCostello MikeCostello is offline
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Default Backing Up Cinema 1

Hi,

I've got a client with a Cinema One and he would like to be able to back it up.

He does own all the discs that are on there but would like to back it up so if it ever did fail it would be an easy process to redo rather than having to individually reload each disc.

Is this possible without purchasing another Cinema One?

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Mike
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Old Jan 26th, 2018
Transepoch Transepoch is offline
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K is intended to be a black-box system, so the only way to back it up is via replication to other K storage of the same class.
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Old Jan 27th, 2018
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Hi,

I've got a client with a Cinema One and he would like to be able to back it up.

He does own all the discs that are on there but would like to back it up so if it ever did fail it would be an easy process to redo rather than having to individually reload each disc.

Is this possible without purchasing another Cinema One?

Thanks
Mike
If he traded the Cinema One in for a 1U server he would have peace of mind from the fact that it has a backup drive in case 1 drive fails. He would need to buy an M class player as well though. The contents from the Cinema One could be replicated to the 1U to save time.

Otherwise, the only other option is replicate to another Cinema One. Why not ask your local distributor if they have any used/open box Cinema One units they would be willing to sell cheaper? I know that we have a couple in the UK at Pulse.
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