Applications like Premiere Pro are extremely complex, with hundreds – if not thousands – of various of files working together each time you work on a project. Premiere Pro defaults to storing cache and scratch files in decent locations, but sometimes it can be beneficial to move them to a different area of your system.
Understanding Storage for Video Editing
Processors and video card may be the most discussed hardware when designing a video editing workstation, but the type and configuration of your local storage drives is also a very important consideration. Not only can a proper storage setup help your workstation perform at its best, but it can also help increase the longevity and reliability of your system.
NVMe RAID 0 Performance in Windows 10 Pro
As SSDs have gotten faster, especially with the advent of NVMe technology, the vast majority of users don’t need to worry about RAID 0. However, there are still some niche applications where combining the speed of multiple, very fast SSDs is helpful – so in this article we are going to look at the current state of NVMe RAID solutions on a variety of modern platforms from Intel and AMD.