A real newbie question here, but I thought I'd ask community of practice.
Currently were working with projects and ingesting all the media into a google drive so my team (there are two of us!) can work on the same project. I'm about to reach my machines HD limit with the media (I'm using a Thinkpad W540 with 512 Gb) and its time to reevaluate the way things are done.
The media mainly stuff that will not be used again, but I'd still like the possibility to go back to old projects in the future. (the whole workflow is messy - projects files in the same folder as the media. the media has little meta data associated with it etc etc.)
We try and turn projects around very quickly, and we are only now starting to realise the benefits of having organised media. I fear however that my mess may continue unless we change our workflow soon!
I do have a couple of 1TB externals kicking around, that I could use to archive, but I'm concerned how hard it will be to return to and re-link all the media for the projects.
Can someone recommend where I should start looking so I can find a solution so I can:
Many thanks, and apologies again for what I suppose is a "straight forward" question.
to archive a project, you can look at the project manager. this is an older video and it is changed slightly now, but gives you an idea of how it works.