Re: Digital storage
- From: ray <ray@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 06 Aug 2007 10:36:10 -0600
On Mon, 06 Aug 2007 10:50:09 +0100, Steve wrote:
"ray" <ray@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I archive all of my 'raw' photos - whether they are actually RAW or jpeg.
I have full sets on two computers, on an external USB drive and on a
CD/DVD. If/when 'storage formats' change, I will move them to the
appropiate new technology before I move completely to that format. I
envision zero problems. It's probably a good idea to plan on copying
DVD/CD to new media every 5-10 years - does not really take long.
Do you think that image format might be an issue in the future or are we
just crossing our fingers that conversion from an older to a newer format
will be truly lossless?
IMHO - jpeg, etc. won't change. The physical media may evolve to something
we don't even dream of now. But it won't happen overnight - you will
definitely have time to convert to any new data demands - that concern is
not even a blip on my screen.
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