Thread: Processor speeds?
May 19th, 2010, 01:49 PM #41
bi-directional is something I was looking to do. Download and transfer music to the external, and also during a gig be able to retrieve it quickly for the external and into the laptop as quick as possible. Is this the defenition of
I know I wont be doing anything in the way of video editing.
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May 19th, 2010, 02:01 PM #42
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There again your question would be best answered considering the devices you will be using. With that said here is the usb versus firewire breakdown:
HowStuffWorks "FireWire vs. USB"
May 19th, 2010, 04:01 PM #43
SATA is bidirectional, as well as the fastest, but all I know about it is what I read in the specs.Hard Sayin Not Knowin
May 19th, 2010, 08:06 PM #44
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An important element of FireWire is the support of isochronous devices. In isochronous mode, data streams between the device and the host in real-time with guaranteed bandwidth and no error correction. Essentially, this means that a device like a digital camcorder can request that the host computer allocate enough bandwidth for the camcorder to send uncompressed video in real-time to the computer. When the computer-to-camera FireWire connection enters isochronous mode, the camera can send the video in a steady flow to the computer without anything disrupting the process.
You can easily edit and create custom video projects using fast hard drives, a digital camcorder and a computer. With the right software, the computer and the camera communicate, and the computer can download all of the video automatically and with perfect digital clarity. Since the content is digital from start to finish, there is no loss of quality as you work on successive generations.
eSata is wonderful but look for it on devices. Hell not many external drives even on retail shelf's.
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