Retrieving a project from the Attic


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Retrieving a project from the Attic

As we know, in the background, Media Composer is saving copies of our bins to the Avid Attic to protect us in case of a power failure, or something like that. It can also help us out if we make a mistake. Let me show you what I mean. Here I have a bin called delete_me. I'm going to take the actual clip here called Delete Me and change the name to changed, like so. Then I'm going to close the bin. And I'm going to exit Media Composer. I'm going to close from the Application window here. So when we exit Media Composer, a save is performed.

And so that change that we've just made was saved with our project. So, what if I want to go ahead and retrieve that earlier version of my bin before I made the change? Well, what I'm going to do is I'm going to go ahead and search. Whether you're on Finder or Explorer, the easiest way to find the Avid Attic is to do a search for attic. Once we find the Avid Attic on our system, let's open it up and have a look in there. You...

Retrieving a project from the Attic
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Retrieving a project from the Attic provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Steve Holyhead as part of the Avid Media Composer 5 Getting Started

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