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Correction: you only get *4* minutes on a 32GB card in RAW mode. I think you were calculating for MBps rather than Mbps. You need to divide the Mbps by 8 to get the MBps.
Here is an unscientific test I did comparing the sharpness in 1080p between GH4, GH5 and C100. My current setup can't handle editing 4K natively and I'm not a fan of transcoding. I was quite pleased with the results:
For editing to the beat, the fastest way is to open the song in the source window and then add the markers "live" by hitting the * key on beat during playback. (Make sure the source window is selected.) You may have to adjust them a bit in places, but if you need to do this for over 30 seconds of music it's definitely worth it.
I think you may be playing with fire not backing up your RAID 5. If that enclosure every tanked magnificently then even a RAID 6 would be lost. But I guess there's always something that could render your backup solution useless no matter how many we have.
What enclosure have you been using for RAID 5? Is it hardware or software controlled?
No problem! I would either use exFat or Mac Journaled as formats. ExFat just if you think you might share that drive with a Windows user at some point.
Thanks Guy. It sounds like you are already using the workflow that I'm envisioning. I assume you also have a backup system in addition to your RAID 5 redundancy before you archive? Can you tell me about that?