And sync software so it's done without much intervention. My favorite is to use FTP transfer because for network transfers it's blinding fast compared to a Windows share copy.
It seems like USB Transfer Cables are primarily used to move one computer's files to the other. However, my needs are a bit simpler than that.
I record and edit a lot of footage. One computer handles the recording while the other mostly edits the footage. A bunch of little issues and hindrances keep me from using just one computer to do all the work, so I end up transferring many incredibly large files from one to the other using an external hard drive. Many people will probably advocate that using an external hard drive is the easier option, but I want to think otherwise if it's possible to utilize a USB Transfer Cable to just copy these files from one hard drive directly to another. Using an external as a bridge is very time consuming and adds an extra step to this process that I believe can be avoided.
So, my question is this; is it possible to transfer specific files, using some kind of cable, from one computer to another?