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  • Sun, Oct 16 2005 6:20 AM

    • JJ van Rensburg
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    Idea [I] Project Mover

    Since external drives are being used more and more by some of my clients, I would like to be able to move an entire project over to a new (other) drive without leaving bit behind on my system. How about having project folders inside the OMF folders?
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  • Sun, Oct 16 2005 9:04 AM In reply to

    • conleec
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    Re: Project Mover

    You might check out Dave G's freely available, "Media Sifter" application. He just posted a link in the following thread.

    http://www.avid.com/exchange/forums/1134/ShowPost.aspx

    Chris
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  • Tue, Oct 18 2005 5:31 AM In reply to

    • JJ van Rensburg
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    Re: Project Mover

    Great tool
    Thx Bud

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