Lesson 14. Integrating FCP Systems into Networks
A typical post-production facility is an amalgam of various creative people, processes, media formats, computer systems, and software. So it's important that your Mac running Final Cut Pro interfaces properly with the rest of this digital world.
This lesson focuses on a bit of theory on Macintosh file formats, to be sure you have enough background knowledge of why files behave the way they do when they travel from one computer to another, to a server on a network, out over the Internet, and back again.
Then we'll explore the steps involved in connecting to servers that use file systems other than what you are used to. Finally, we'll lay down some essential procedures to make sure your files remain intact as they venture out from your computer onto the Internet.