This video discusses how to set up your video editing computer for optimal performance with redundancy, capacity and capability. We’ll start by identifying what matters, from reading and write speeds to the size and type of hard drive. Next, we’ll go over managing data and programs on select system drives from the boot drive, scratch drive and main video storage. We’ll also talk about the different types of hard drives, explain what RAID is and discuss what the best configurations are for viewers. We’ll end with some examples of how a video editing system storage can be set up.