Comparing backup structure


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Comparing backup structure

Both Media Composer and Final Cut Pro are both engineered to perform auto-saves as well as explicit saves and to allow for easily backing up the results of the work done in your project. Once I've saved my FCP project, the software is able to begin auto-saving my work in the background, according to the rules set under the General Settings tab accessed from the User Preferences. Here under Autosave Vault we can specify how often and how many copies we keep.

To manually back up our FCP project, we would need to exit the software, browse to the location where we saved our project, and then copy that file to a safe external location. In Media Composer, the Autosave Vault is called the Attic and the settings can be found as with most settings under the Settings tab of the Project window. When you go to the Bin Settings, double-click. You might remember we came here to enable the SuperBin earlier in the course. Up above that area, we have the ability to change our Auto-Save Interval, maybe...

Comparing backup structure
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Comparing backup structure provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Migrating from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid Media Composer 5.5

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Video
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Final Cut Pro Media Composer
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