-...600, 700, spike to 800 megabytes per second, so we'll call it a 4.5-gigabyte file and now it's done, finished.
So, a couple of other example technologies, older I/O technologies, USB and previous generation, 1394, would probably max out about 100 megabytes per-- or gigabytes per second-- megabytes per second.
So, you just saw 800 plus spike
transfer rates back and forth across that link.
So, that's one example.
Now, let's get a different use case that's a little bit more interesting.
Now, what you're gonna see here is, in Final Cut Pro we're gonna actually be looking at a couple of discrete video files or [unk]
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