Hello, this time a question s.The Studio 9 experts.
I have added lengthy video on Studio 9. I had previously recorded losses as possible via virtual dub of VHS.
The files are indeed quite large, but my computer already can handle it. What he is however not clear is the following: If I play my Avis cut back on my uncompressed hard drives, so manufactures Studio 9 to C: \ Documents and Settings \ User \ My Documents \ Pinacle Studio \ Auxiliary files ...
a sort of backup file of the file to be compiled. The middle is it said that the space on C: is too small, and lo and behold, the flat is crammed with the film. In addition, he is still on the disk where you want it to go.
(On C: I only have Windows, so I took the disk formatting smaller)
Is there a trick to change, how can I avoid these auxiliary files? Or the location of the supporting files for Studio 9 can? I have the latest version 9.4.ein (pair Crushed)
About an answer I would be very happy
Antwort von Voltz:
yes, it is very simple: The folder where Studio 9, the auxiliary files bears, you can (change the settings "directory for auxiliary files ..." or something similar).
Antwort von Martin:
Maybe it's a good idea, the "personal files" generally defer to the larger partition. It works like this:
Right click on My Documents -> Properties -> Move.
I would imagine that studio, the video files like below the folder "My Documents" has, because the films are there, and it is dubbed.
Antwort von Udo Schröer:
The folder for the videos can be freely chosen. In edit mode can be accessed right next to the directory (above the thumbnails) on the Explorer. Otherwise, the setup of each folder for auxiliary files are created on external disk. Problems should already have been times when Installationdes Programs on a different partition.