I've been shooting some family events on HDV since 2007ish. The tapes have always been valuable, obviously, and I don't feel comfortable having them on tape alone. I'd like to create a lossless backup of everything on the tapes, archive them to an HDD or Blu-Ray and store them off location. Storage space is not a concern, as I've got about 12TB that I could use. If need be, I'd invest in more as storage is so cheap. I've been ingesting the footage into Final Cut Pro X, dragging it into the timeline, and clicking Share and then Export Movie. From there, I leave it as "Current Settings." Is this going to give me a "lossless" file? The resulting file is ProRes 422, which I understand is a lossy format. But, the original tape is HDV, which is also a lossy format, right? So, is ProRes the best quality that I can get from the tape? Any insight as to the best method or archival would be greatly appreciated.