Multiple times, we’ve seen videographers and video production teams take to the product as an easy way for them to manage and share footage, which are often massive in size.
Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for BitTorrent Sync and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Mark Wolf, a PhD candidate at the University of Illinois at Chicago, shares how he keeps his research work synced across devices (to be accessed …read more
As an Art Director for BitTorrent, I look for tools that help remove any technical barriers to the creative process – for my team and me. As creatives, we have some particular needs, given our work involves things like having to manage huge file sizes and keeping special folders – such as fonts and icon …read more
If you own a lightweight device like a MacBook Air or Ultrabook, you may be well aware that reducing physical size sometimes comes with a trade off for less digital storage. To offset this reduced capacity, you can use a NAS (short for Network Attached Storage) device on your network to bolster your capacity. These …read more
The ease in which Sync transports files between multiple endpoints makes it a useful tool for software developers. In this post I’ll walk through how Sync can be used for deployment as well as mirroring Git repositories – then we’ll look at extending these use cases with the developer API.
Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for Resilio Sync (formerly BitTorrent Sync) and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Chris Dillon – managing director of AVE Services, an audio/visual and events company in the South of England – talks about how …read more
Technology should never be an obstacle in the creative process. But when you’re dealing with large amounts of even larger files, it sometimes is. We built Sync for situations just like this.