I have Vegas Movie Studio 10 running under Windows 7.
When I have completed a project is there an "official" way of deleting all the old project files or do I need to do it manually in Windows Explorer? If the latter, are these the only folders that I need to consider?
1) Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 10.0 Projects. I'm guessing from the names of files that I have stored there that I can simply delete everything if there is no ongoing project. In fact, if I just deleted the whole folder would Movie Studio rebuild it for me?
2) DVD Architect Studio Projects/My Discs. Would this be the same as the above, that is delete everything.
3) C:\Users\<name>\AppData\Local\Sony\<Various sub-folders>. This seems more complicated. There are a number of large mpg files with recognisable names that I assume I could simply delete but there lots of other unidentifiable files in various folders. If there are no ongoing projects could I simply go for a root and branch clearout.
With regard to archiving old projects my custom in the past with other editing software has been to save the source data and the project files on a DVD so that I could rebuild the project without too much hassle. I take it that the project files in Movie Studio are the vf ones. Am I missing any others?