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I'm new to Retrospect 8, but I've used 6.1 before. I haven't found an answer to this in the documentation, so I'm trying here. Is there a way to do an incremental copy? I want to be able to make copies that are immediately usable.

 

For example I have about 80Gb of video data that is being played back for a show, but I also want to have an exact copy of all of that data on a safety drive to playback from as well in case something happens to the master during the show. However I'm editing and making changes to the master daily sometimes up until showtime. Is there a way that Retrospect will just copy the stuff I've changed instead of all 80Gb every time?

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