Now that you have two hard drives to use you should capture all video, and set any programme temporary space, to the second hard drive. Before doing this you should defragment both hard drives.
1. Open ULead Video Studio
2. From the File menu select Preferences
3. On the General tab set the Working folder: to a folder on your second hard disk
4. Click the Preview tab
5. Uncheck Box number 1
6. Check box number 2 and set the folder to a folder on your second hard drive.
7. Set the Hard Disk: drop down box to your second hard drive
8. Uncheck (if necessary) the Limit hard disk usage to: check box.
9. Click OK
10. Continue your projects as normal and when you create any movies create them on your second hard disk.
Hope that helps. Please post back and let us know.
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