Sorry to bother you with this but i don’t have clear wich one is the best solutions. I know the best solution is NVMe SSD or SSD but to storage and some quick edit need to know the best option in HDD.
PS: I have a SSD runing windows and the software, and a SN550 1 TB NVMe SSD, Gen3 x4 PCIe, M.2 2280, 3D NAND for the big projects and daily edition.
Many many thanks in advanced.
I would sure hope you would buy a spinning drive for storage . unless you care not what it cost. You will get better value for sure.
the colours to me (correct me anyone if I am wrong) seem to mean how much life they get in certain situations.
Me I am cheap would get a blue because you clearly are just editing video when your done you could store them on a dvd or maybe a black hd. The blacks I have bought over the years seem to last.
Lately been issues with red and technology not compatible with certain raid storage and gold (lucky Have never bought) seems to have issues just see the posts in here on this site.
When you edit its nice to see you have speed … Most the failures I have had have been on cheap adata or old kingston ssd drives. i am still weary of the SSD but the Intel,wd,Samsung seem solid.
I have build cheaper setups using kingstons they seem to be holding out. for the lat 3-4 years now.
if you go ssd I would go black since you will be writing alot and chances are after your done editing deleting alot. .
If you don’t want to use an SSD then I recommend the Black edition for this application.
When it comes to HDDs, if you’re looking for storage and some quick editing on the side, I’d suggest the Western Digital Black due to its high performance and reliability, which suits video editing tasks.
For video editing, I am using Movavi. It’s got a great set of tools, is compatible with both Windows and Mac, and is really easy to use. Explore all it’s features here: How to Merge Videos on Windows 10 – Top 7 Video Mergers.