How Large Files Will Affect Your Transferring Process | Tips on How to Manage
We are living beyond the “future” according to Marty McFly and Doc Brown. In the year 2020 we have many different formats of media files. The question we want to answer is what do today’s typical media files look like and what is coming down the pipeline over the next several years.
When it comes to transferring large media files it’s important to understand the currently popular types of large formats and the challenges that come along with them. When working with these large files you want to have the ability to transfer them efficiently and at full-line speeds. Some solutions may force you to compress your files or send them piece by piece. This can result in lost time and data. While compression has a time and place in the released production, it is much more beneficial for the creators to work on uncompressed files during the development of a project. It’s crucial that the professional creators within the media and production industry, research and find the right solution to fit their needs. Listed below are the current most common media formats as well as how large of a format they are. This will give you a better understanding of how much data one project entails and how much data you would transfer at once.