Recording to NAS

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Phil Hadfield

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Recording to NAS

PostMon Aug 07, 2017 3:28 pm

Does any on know of a device that can Record to a NAS (ISCSI or NFS or SMB) and internally at the same time?

Or

Able to push to an FTP server?

I have used Cinedecks that I have tricked into recording to Network Drives but they are VERY cost prohibative. Sound devices have a FTP server in each unit but they dont Push.

All I want to do is Copy quickly after a show to large storage. So its easy to edit later / backups.
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Robert Betzner

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Re: Recording to NAS

PostMon Aug 07, 2017 4:40 pm

Caspar CG can record to network drives as long as they are fast enough.

Mayber this could be a solution to you.

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Re: Recording to NAS

PostTue Aug 08, 2017 7:49 pm

What are you currently using as your recorder?

Are you recording from a ATEM device or camera?
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Re: Recording to NAS

PostWed Aug 09, 2017 10:07 am

We use a combo of BMD Hyperdeck Studio (TX) and Sound Devices 270i (Dual Record).

We record all cameras and dual TX. So alot of Data can but upto 7 records for 8 hours per day.
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Re: Recording to NAS

PostThu Aug 10, 2017 3:20 pm

You can record multiple channels with a decklink, but you need to make sure your computer can keep up with multiple channel recording and that your network and NAS can also keep up.
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Re: Recording to NAS

PostSun Aug 13, 2017 7:03 pm

Your cheapest solution might be to have a look at IsoCorder Pro & Connect Pro from Newtek.
Build a PC with a couple of Decklink Cards and Run Connect Pro depending on how many channels Dual 1G network cards or Stick a 10G fibre card in.
Build a PC with the highest spec i7 lots of RAM 32G minimum, Win 10 Pro and a Nvidia 1060 or 1070 is fine. Put in a 10g NIC fibre card and connect to a Switch with 10G SFP+ ports. fill it with SSD's and you have a 16 channel Edit Recorder Server.
If you edit in Adobe even easier as it supports NDI capture export so you can edit quickly.

For redundancy just build more IsoCorder machines and connect to switch

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