How to Backup Photo and Video Files with a Synology NAS

How to Backup Photo and Video Files with a Synology NAS

Basic overview of how to use a Synology NAS drive to backup video and photo files. ***** Check out tips about video editing computers, workflow and backing up your data in this video series ➡️

** This video isn’t sponsored but I did receive a review unit from the Synology in exchange for a video. All opinions are my own.

📒 Show Notes, Video Gear List and Resources 📒

1. Synology 6 Bay NAS DiskStation – DS1618+

2. Seagate IronWolf NAS Internal SATA Hard Drive 12TB

** These are the drives we are using in our Synology DiskStation

** NOTE: Make sure to us “NAS” hard drives and not standard hard drives

3. (Video) Review of the 4K Video Editing PC We Use

4. (Video Tutorial) Synology NAS Time Machine backups! [9to5Mac]

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**** About This Video ****
In this video Sean Cannell, from Think Media give first impressions of a Synology DS1618+ NAS and explains a basic overview how to use it to backup large photo and video files.
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