Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Backing up, part of Adobe Story Workshop.
I imagine it's pretty normal for writers to be paranoid about their work. …I know that I like to have multiple copies of my files on multiple hard …drives in multiple locations, just in case. …To my mind, when you have that moment of creativity, the time that it happens is irreplaceable. …And you never know if you're going to get the phrasing just quite right another time. …Story allows you to backup files locally, and of course it's cloud based, so you …can access your media just about anywhere.…
But there's also a built in, dedicated FTP file transfer protocol backup system. …Now, for this to work, you need access to an FTP server. …You need an FTP log in, but here's how it works. …Go to the Projects menu in the Projects View and click on Backup and Restore. …I've actually configured one of these already to test it out. …It works absolutely perfectly. Specify your FTP server. …That's my training company. Specify a directory if you want one. …And notice the file name which is procedurely generated based on the date …
- Key interface elements
- Story projects
- Writing with Story
- Browsing and reviewing
- Reporting and scheduling
- Reviewing scripts
- Importing and exporting documents
- Integration with Adobe Premiere Pro
Skill Level Beginner
Up and Running with Adobe Storywith Jeff Sengstack1h 24m Appropriate for all
Premiere Pro CS6 Essential Trainingwith Abba Shapiro6h 59m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Story Projects
3. Writing with Story
4. Browsing and Reviewing
5. Reporting and Scheduling
6. Reviewing Scripts
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