Video Workflow Solutions


Whether you’re creating your own video channel or a multimillion-dollar film, a strong media workflow can make or break your project. Time is money, footage is critical, and multiple backups aren’t optional you want the best SSDs and HDDs for video editing. That’s why SanDisk Professional designs professional storage solutions from portable SSDs to high-capacity RAID solutions, to manage your video assets efficiently and reliably at every step of production.

Offload and Backups

On Location

There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting for your footage to finish offloading and backing up at the end of a shoot. Save time copying with our portable, professional-grade G-DRIVE PRO SSD, delivering transfer speeds up to 2800MB/s2 and available with up to 2TB of capacity1. If you need a fast backup copy for distribution, check out the ultra-rugged G-DRIVE SSD. And if you have access to power, our transportable G-RAID Shuttle 4 is a must-have RAID system for speed and redundancy.

How could I justify to a client that they just lost a $600,000 shoot because someone dropped a wallet? Or we find out there was a bad card?

DP, Vincent Laforet

Redundancy is King

In Motion

Before leaving a shoot, experienced video pros create 3 or 4 backups and travel with them separately to protect against accidents like misplaced luggage. Pros also use different backup drives depending on the destination. For reliable copies, SanDisk Professional offers the G-DRIVE ArmorATD rugged hard drive with up to 5TBs of portable storage1. If your assistant editor is in hurry to start laying out timelines and clips, then check out the blazing-fast G-DRIVE PRO SSD.

In The Studio

Post-production is where a project comes together. Performance and capacity matters when you’re working with heavy files and heavy compute in visual effects or rendering, etc. The G-RAID Shuttle solutions are engineered to be flexible and customizable depending on what you’re doing. With high-capacity of up to 144TB1 for our G-RAID Shuttle 8 or fast transfer speeds of up to 2800MB/s2 for the G-RAID Shuttle SSD, all of our G-RAID solutions are designed with enterprise-class drives, customizable RAID configurations1, and include ev bay adapters4 that you can add to make offload and copying footage easy.


Featuring IP67 water- and dust-resistance, 3-meter drop protection3, and 2000lb crush resistance. The G-DRIVE SSD provides durable storage you can trust to handle your big picture.


The G-DRIVE PRO SSD with Thunderbolt 3 technology and a durable, shock-resistant design lets you edit multistream 8K footage at full frame rate and transfer as much as a terabyte of media in seven minutes or less wherever you are.


A rugged, all-terrain portable hard drive made for filmmakers and producers while on the road with triple-layer shock resistance and a solid aluminum enclosure.

G-RAID Shuttle 4

With up to 72TB1 of capacity and transfer speeds up to 1100MB/s2, the G-RAID Shuttle 4 device delivers ideal storage for demanding workflows.

G-RAID Shuttle SSD

Get blazing transfer speeds up to 2800MB/s2, Thunderbolt 3 technology, and a transportable design lets you edit multi-camera footage in real time and quickly export with incredible efficiency on location and back to the studio.

G-RAID Shuttle 8

A transportable 8-bay hardware RAID solution with transfer up to 2000MB/s with Thunderbolt 3 technology offering content creators colossal capacity and high-powered performance.

1. 1 TB = one trillion bytes. Actual user capacity may be less depending on operating environment. For RAID products, storage capacity is based on RAID 0. Total space available for user content will vary based upon the RAID configuration.
2. 1MB/s = one million bytes per second. Based on [transfer] speed, unless otherwise specified. Up to 2800 MB/s or 1 TB per 7 minutes. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on drive capacity, host device, OS and application.
3. On a carpeted concrete floor.
4. 1 ev adapter included with 4-bay device, 2 ev adapters included with 8-bay device.