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What to do with old ".ses" files and folders?


gfcatlanta

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I've got about 7 files that have ".ses" file extensions, like this: 20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.ses

 

What's odd is each one is under (inside) a folder with the same name. I "think" these were generated while I was trying out either some SonicMyDVD or Roxio VideowaveCreatorSoftware or WindowsMovieMaker software. There is an identical corresponding ".mpg" file (like 20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.mpg) for each, and this was originally created with a Sony digital camcorder

 

I recently deleted the old Sonic software and old videowave software, and installed Roxio EMC8. Now, double-clicking the ".ses" files doesn't auto-launch anything at all anymore.

 

So...

 

1) Does anyone recognize what these are, where they came from?

 

2) Since I have (and plan to keep) the root ".mpg" files, would there be any reason to keep these ".ses" folders and files?

 

Thanks,

George

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Thanks,

 

I went ahead and deleted all my folder/file pairs like this:

20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.ses (folder)

20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.ses (file)

 

But I kept the original content like this:

20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.mpg

 

These are 15-second videos and the presumably project "sesson" files didn't really have anything in them worthwhile in terms of a 'production' with video, pictures, sound, transitions, etc. Just some experiments.

 

Anyway, to date, no consequences, will post again if I find I should've kept them, in case useful to others.

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I've got about 7 files that have ".ses" file extensions, like this: 20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.ses

 

What's odd is each one is under (inside) a folder with the same name. I "think" these were generated while I was trying out either some SonicMyDVD or Roxio VideowaveCreatorSoftware or WindowsMovieMaker software. There is an identical corresponding ".mpg" file (like 20030412VaRichmondFestivalMovie00028.mpg) for each, and this was originally created with a Sony digital camcorder

 

I recently deleted the old Sonic software and old videowave software, and installed Roxio EMC8. Now, double-clicking the ".ses" files doesn't auto-launch anything at all anymore.

 

So...

 

1) Does anyone recognize what these are, where they came from?

 

2) Since I have (and plan to keep) the root ".mpg" files, would there be any reason to keep these ".ses" folders and files?

 

Thanks,

George

 

I believe it was created by the Sonic software. I get them with DVDit Pro. You only need them if you plan to make changes to your production.

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