Join Anastasia McCune for an in-depth discussion in this video Auto-recovery optimizations, part of Flash Professional: 2015 Creative Cloud Updates.
- [Voiceover] Auto Recovery is a feature that's been around…for a while in Flash.…It provides protection against losing unsaved changes,…in case Flash isn't closed gracefully.…For instance, if there's a sudden loss of system power…or a system or application crash.…You turn on Auto Recovery by going to the Edit menu…on PC or the Flash menu on Mac…and then choosing Preferences.…Here on the General tab, you can turn Auto Recovery…on or off and specify how often you want Flash…to create an Auto Recovery file.…
I'm gonna set mine to one minute.…So I'll click OK.…Now, I'll just move my giraffe a tiny bit…so there's a change to the file…and Flash thinks we're working.…And now, if we wait for one minute,…we'll see a progress bar that tells us when an…Auto Recovery file is being saved.…So there it was, and I'll open the File Explorer…and there's our Auto Recovery file.…So in case of a crash or power loss or whatever,…the next time Flash is launched, you'll be prompted…whether you want to re-open your file…from this last check point of the Auto Recovery or not.…
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- Importing H.264 video
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