Where did you create the special library folders. Do you mean from the Library Manager to create new pages.?
The clips in the library represent the captured video as a thumbnail.
Yes, I meant thumbnails, not clips, in Library Manager folders I created, not the default ones. I have not lost any captured files or projects, just the Library Manager folders I created and the thumbnails I had in them.
Answer me this, as I'm trying to get a better understanding of the Library Manager and its contents. I have two user profiles on my machine, one called "Mitchell" and the other "Video Editing". While I have no problem sharing projects and videos between these two user profiles using VS10+, they both have different Library Managers for their user. I'd like to have them share the same Library Manager. I think I could do this with a symbolic link created with a tool like Winbolic Link. I know the Library Manager is using one or more files as databases to contain folder and thumbnail information. What is the directory path for the file(s) used to persist the Library Manager?
With this information, I could symbolically link one profile path to the other. What would be even better is to put this one directory somewhere else on my machine and have two symbolic links point to it, one from each user profile. Then before I did my next uninstall and install, I could just delete those two links, preserving my single Library Manager. I would recreate the two links after the install.
As a suggestion to Ulead, I would prefer to have the Library Manager be a part of the project, and saved as such. This could also be a preference option for those that wouldn't want to work this way. From a software perspective, the Library Manager may be one of the weakest parts of VS10+ because it does seem to be so harded coded.
Another thing that they could do is to have a better way of moving thumbnails from one folder to another. Currently, you have to do a copy in one folder then do a paste in another folder, then go back and do a delete in the first folder. Why not have a "cut" function that would effectively do both the copy and the delete?