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One Video In Two Folders


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When i get done with my video clip. I import the wanted video and it goes to 2 folders, one is 'Captures' and 'Computer'. Do i need them in both folders. can i delete one or the other to save memory..

 

I don't understand what you are doing. Please describe using the correct program names. Usually any files you create , you can specify exactly where they go.

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I think I see what they are after...

 

First it is not “Memory” but actually Hard Disk Drive space ;)

 

Whenever you Capture with V2D it is saved in the Captured Videos folder.

 

But when you Export that Project, it is saved in a folder with the name of the export choice you made:

 

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Can you delete one or both of them???

 

Yes but consider first, the Captured one is the raw capture… You may or may not want to preserve it! :glare:

 

The one in the other export folder, COMPUTER in this case, is the one you may have trimmed or adjusted or just output into a different format.

 

So it is up to you… If you're cramped for HDD space and don’t want to add another or go with an external, DVD’s are pretty cheap.

 

You can use Windows Explorer to write files to one and it writes as a Session based Data Disc, meaning you can add more to it later until you run out of space :P

 

I do recommend you avoid cheap ones and stick with Verbatim!

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