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  • Re: archive an Avid DV session???

    [quote user="BLKDOG"]If you are on a PC, look at MDV to move all those files. [/quote]Okay, I tried MDV, and also read the rather long post here about MDV. MDV worked to locate all files for a given project EXCEPT for, I think, the project bin folder. My goal is to locate ALL items related to a capture/edit session, back 'em up, and then
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by EGS on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Re: archive an Avid DV session???

    Thanx for the quick reply. Wow $150 for Media Mover is pricey, just to do an archive. I suppose I'm actually asking a newbie question as to where do ALL the Avid files go? They seem to be scatterd everywhere. Is there a way to force ALL files for a simple capture/edit session into a SINGLE top-level folder? Then, I can do as I do in Pro-Tools and
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by EGS on Thu, Feb 25 2010
  • archive an Avid DV session???

    (not sure which sub-forum would be best for this post...) I'm running Avid Free DVd on Windows XP. How can I backup an Avid capture/edit session? It seems the files are scattered all around on various drives and in various folders. I am an experienced Pro-Tools user, and ALL pertinent session data is contained in ONE folder, so it's a straightforward
    Posted to Avid Free DV (Forum) by EGS on Thu, Feb 25 2010
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