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How To Find Files Referenced In Mydvd Project


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I have some older video projects that I can't open because the referenced files could not be found. When I try to locate them om MyDVD's prompt, it only gives me the extension of the file I need - not the name and location. Mostly because I had to redo my hard drives. Is there any way to determine which files (video, audio, pictures, etc) is referenced in a specific project = the file names and the file locations of all referenced file in a specific project?

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I have some older video projects that I can't open because the referenced files could not be found. When I try to locate them om MyDVD's prompt, it only gives me the extension of the file I need - not the name and location. Mostly because I had to redo my hard drives. Is there any way to determine which files (video, audio, pictures, etc) is referenced in a specific project = the file names and the file locations of all referenced file in a specific project?

 

When you redid your hard drive, did you update to W7 or Vista?

 

Where did you move the files that you used in the project. If you just browse for that folder, then they should all be automaitally be loaded.

 

Hold your cursor over the question mark and the name of the file should be shown.

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