MediaKeep is a copy utility specifically designed to cater the demanding needs of professional film and video production/post production. MediaKeep allows you to copy camera files to two separate drives at the same time with maximum efficiency!. This is a common need in a file-based workflows and this tool ensures safe delivery of captured materials to client.
Another common use is archival MediaKeep allows you to quickly archive large volumes across several physical disks. For example, it would allow you to backup a 10TB RAID array safely across 5 to 6 separate 2TB disks. The best part is that every single disk is independently mountable since MediaKeep does not use a specialized file system. It basically copies files until the current target drive is full, then it will ask for a new target drive and does this until all the files from the source drive have all been copied to the target drives.
It has all features you've come to expect from a professional utility tool, such as resumable copy and checksums like MD5 and others. MediaKeep has been tested to work with cameras from ARRI®, Canon®, RED®, Phantom® and many more.
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Only copy what the destination does not have, this is commonly known as "Resume" copy.
Quickly archive big data volume to multiple disk. MediaKeep will automatically span content across multiple disk. Each disk is independently mountable with no special
file system. At execution, MediaKeep will copy data to the target disk until it's full, then queries the user to load another disk before it continues.
Copy from a single source to 1 or 2 destination at the same time. Ideal for redundancy, specially for those with
very valuable datas.
Customizable comparative algorithm
MediaKeep offers multiple option for comparing files.
Note: _primary_ folder is connected via eSATA while _secondary_ is connected via FireWire 800 illustrating write speed management.
FAQsWill this be compatible with the newly announced OS, OSX Yosemite?
> Yes it will! MediaKeep is written in native Cocoa framework.
Can i resume an interrupted copy?
> Yes! MediaKeep will compare each file and determine if a copy is required. You can configure how MediaKeep does it
via the Preference pane ( See Fig. 3 )
If a file got overwritten by MediaKeep are they completely gone?
> By default yes, but you can set it so that MediaKeep will move the file into the "trash" for you to review later ( See Fig. 3 )
When copying to multiple destination, does it have to be identical drives?
> Doesn't have to.
Can i drag and drop directory into the source or destination path?
> Absolutely! you can drag and drop folder or devices to setup source or destination location.