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    Default Moving a project to different drive.

    I decided to get a new dedicated drive for video work as I'm finding it a bit slow working on my C drive (My only NTFS drive) - I guess it must be fragmented tp hell and back etc etc.

    Anyway. What is the best way to move a project? I can move the project file, of course, but all the individual clips are in different sub-directories in my c:\videowork directory.

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    If you move all your individual clips and your project file to a new folder on your new drive then open your veg file you'll get a the window telling you 'The following files could not be found in the specified location' and you can select the 'Specify a new location or replacement file' and browse to the new location of your files.

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    And the best bit is that once it's found one, it finds all the others automatically. (assuming they're in the same folder)

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    Whenever you start a project you should always create a dedicated folder for that project.

    All media, project files, graphics, etc. should be kept in that folder so if you need to back up or move it - its all in one place

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