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Correction: SVN for binary asset management

From: Simon Anderson <simon.anderson_at_photon.com.au>
Date: 2005-03-31 05:21:32 CEST

Sorry, "Gigabytes of image and movie files" should have read "Terrabytes
of image and movie files."

On Thu, 2005-03-31 at 14:39 +1200, Simon Anderson wrote:
> Hi,
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> I could use some advice on Subversion's suitability for asset management
> in the film industry.
>
> Commercial products such as Alienbrain (http://alienbrain.com/whde.php)
> are available for use as a repository/change control solution. I wonder
> if Subversion could be used as the basis for a F/OSS alternative.
>
> Generally, the data is gigabytes of (primarily) image and movie files
> stored on a SAN. The users are artists (animators, compositors,
> lighters, etc.) editors, visual effects supervisors, producers,
> administrators and the like all who interact with the data in slightly
> different ways. On the back end is a render farm that would also
> interface with the repository.
>
> Does this sound like something that Subversion could be good for?
>
> -Simon.
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