Archiving a project


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Archiving a project

Now when you are finished with the project, you're probably going to want to go ahead and archive that project. If you don't archive your projects, you're kind of shooting yourself in the foot, because a lot of times you'll develop techniques that you will want to use over and over again. And if you're always starting from scratch, you are just kind of wasting time. Once you've actually created something that you might use in the future, you might want to actually try and save that. Now there are two different ways of saving projects. The first one is archiving.

The second one is actually creating a template. There are so many different options for templates, we are going to cover that in the next chapter. But for archiving, this is much more of a, hey, let me take this entire project and, save it off to a drive, so if the client comes back to me later, I can pull this back down kind of thing. So when you go to archive a project, it's a pretty simple process. All y...

Archiving a project
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Archiving a project provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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