Archiving finished projects


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Archiving finished projects

Now that you finished a project all the way through the rendering process, your mind should be on one other topic and that is archiving. See, the process of archiving will help you remove the files that After Effects has referenced that you did not use in your final project. And when you do this, then you can actually copy that file or folder to a piece of archived media and then delete anything else that you didn't need. This will save you time, searching through files, and it will actually save you plenty of hard drive space.

In this project here, let's double- click in the Project panel to make sure we have the AA_Output_Comp selected. Now we could sit here and go through each of the pre-compositions and try and figure out what QuickTimes we used or what Illustrator files, et cetera, but there's a much faster way. Before we start removing things from the project, let's take a look at all of the project files that are referenced. With my mouse over the Project panel, I...

Archiving finished projects
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Archiving finished projects provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the After Effects CS6 Essential Training

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Video
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