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I'm using Video Studio Express 2010. When I installed it I don't remember seeing an option to setup the location for my project files and finished movies. Is there a way I can change from C: drive (Windows 7 32bit HP) to my D: drive instead? I have a lot more space there.
- Ron P.
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I guess not. VS Express is a very simplistic application. It doesn't provide much control, and leaves a lot to be desired..Corel Guide VS Express 2010 wrote: Viewing Project Files in the Media Organizer
The Media Organizer gathers project files in one location so that they are easy to find. You can open a project file to edit the project, finish the project, or output the project in different ways.
A project file is generated when you create a project from the Create menu. Project files are stored in the Documents\Corel Digital Studio 2010\My Projects folder (Windows 7 and Windows Vista) or the My Documents\Corel Digital Studio 2010\My Projects folder (Windows XP). Project files must be accessed through the application.
To view and open project files
In the navigation pane of the Media Organizer, click Projects.
If you want to open the project, double-click the project thumbnail.
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