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Hedge for Mac

Easily import your camera footage and make multiple backups

Hedge for Mac

Easily import your camera footage and make multiple backups

Hedge for Mac takes the hassle out of importing your camera footage. Handling data on a film set is tedious and error prone. We aim to fix that.

Hedge automates most of the work, allows you to create multiple backups and verifies every copy. Use Hedge, get peace of mind and go home earlier.

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Stoked to be on BetaList! We're here to answer any questions you might have. Let me know :).
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Is this aimed specifically at video footage, or are you also considering adding support for photos? My brother is a professional photographer and I know managing photos and backups is a real pain-point.
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Sure, you can use it for photos too. As long as you want to create complete, verified backups of source material Hedge can do it.

We want to improve the entire process of shooting, editing and producing video though, so in the future features will be tailored more towards a video oriented target audience.

We're open to suggestions though, happy to talk to photographers!
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@paul_matthijs Ah right, makes sense. Probably best to focus on one type of user.
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I was talking about Hedge the other way with a friend of mine and I couldn't remember whether you allow copying drives to the cloud too. Is that possible? I couldn't find anything on the site about this, but I think off-site backups would be a great addition.
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@marckohlbrugge We didn't put that in because it's generally pretty moot when working with video. We didn't anticipate all the photographers signing up through BetaList though, and I do see the value there. Is your friend a photographer too?
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@paul_matthijs Yep. I definitely think it's a market worth exploring.
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@paul_matthijs By the way I think the reason photographers are signing up is because the copy doesn't explicitly mention video footage so photographers might assume it's for them. Not sure whether that's on purpose, but seems to be working out nicely :)

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