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Recording to an External Hard Drive in Greensea Workspace

Recording video and images during missions can result in a large amount of data in multiple files. Managing this data can be time consuming, and if not done regularly can affect the system's performance. Finding data from previous projects can also be challenging if you don't have a good archival plan and maintain it.

One solution is to record directly to an external hard drive, which also eliminates space problems on the control console.

In order to record directly to an external hard drive, navigate to the Logging tab under the Map View.

From there, select the Browse button to the right of Location. This will open a file manager window, which will look something like this, showing your home folder.

For those not familiar with Ubuntu, To access an external hard drive, select the "computer" section instead of the "videoray" section in the left column.

Once selected, the options should look like this - navigate to: /media/videoray (as shown below)

Here you can see that we have two external hard drives connected. You would simply select the name of your hard drive (and corresponding folder within the hard drive if applicable) and then select "Choose" in the bottom right corner of the window.

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