The idea is to duplicate the footage to both drives and import both as separate bins into premiere and on the timeline go back and forth between the two drive to not stress a single drive. Is this a good possibility or better to put them into raid 0.
Using disks individually is half the performance at double the headache (of managing the media spread over two drive letters), with one possible benefit of a lesser chance of a full data loss. I'd vouch for RAID0 as long as there is a copy of the source files somewhere else.
Thanks Alex for your reply. Raid 0 it is. Now I will be using a lot of Digital Juice Animations and motion graphics could those also go on the media raid (a two drive raid) or would I get better performance if I use a separate drive?
Hard to say. I'd still vouch for RAID0 because it's faster than a single drive; simplifies media management.