We are excited to welcome Taky Chueng up from Southern California. Taky is going to be speaking on Data Storage and File Recovery, a topic we all could use some help understanding. We will also have Jose Morales speaking on the pro’s and con’s of using a quadcopter. This is going to be great meeting, you won’t want to miss it!
Monday, April 21, 2014
Networking starts at 6:00pm
Presentation starts at 6:30pm
A light Dinner is included.
The Santa Clara Fire Dept. Training Center
1900 Walsh Ave
Santa Clara, CA 95050
Free to current Members
Virtual Members: $20
Data Storage and File Recovery
Understanding different types of digital storage and the best practice for handling them makes digital video production workflow smoother and less troublesome. It’s important for filemakers to understand the process and methods on how to recover corrupted video files. It is a must-know for filmmakers in this age. Taky’s presentation will make sure that you are prepared when the worst strikes–because it will. (Not that any filmmaker would wish it on his/her worst enemies).
Attendees can expect to learn:
- Types of digital storage: Harddrive, SSD, Flash memory and more.
- Best practice on handling different storage type: Defragmentation, Active Garbage Collection and more.
- Understanding file structure, file system compatibility, low-level format and more.
- File recovery method
- Audio file, digital movie file recovery process and live demo
- Data backup strategy, local backup vs cloud backup
- Last resort – damage control
About Taky Chueng
Taky Chueng co-founded LA Color, a wedding photography and cinematography studio in Pasadena, CA in 2001. The company specializes in Asian weddings and special events with photography and cinematography services. Taky is known for his professionalism and outgoing personality that enhances the fun appeal of any occasion. His clients and their guests consistently give rave reviews for his guest interviews as well as the poignant moments he captures of their special day or event.
Taky’s experience in digital media management and subsequent business experience has prepared him to be a constant source of help to his fellow filmmakers in need–and everyone has seemed to need him!
As true entrepreneur, Taky started a spin off company in 2009, LA Color Pros, which sells photography and videography gear