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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Add
    Code:
    attrib +h \*.ewc /s
    to your Startup?

    It wouldn't do much for me, as I always show hidden files/folders, heh.

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  • Romigo
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    I do sorting all the time but it is sometimes very anoing.

    It may help if .ewc files had its atribute set to hiden.

    Isnt there a possibility to add registry key to dont show .EWC filetype. ???

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Ahh, I see. Thanks. Makes sense.
    There are some requests in for cleanup options for the waveform cache files and other file-management-related things.

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  • biopic
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    It's one of those things that is easier to see than explain.

    But basically - at the user's option - you can assign a folder for waveform data (call it C:\Cache for the sake of argument). Within that folder it sets up sub-folders that mirror the main directory structure as needed. So, for example, if you had media in D:\Audio and E:\More\Audio then you would find the waveform caches in C:\Cache\{D}\Audio and C:\Cache\{E}\More\Audio respectively. Somehow the program keeps track of whether the cache data is still valid or not.

    So you can work happily with your media directories and never actually see the waveform cache files cluttering the place up! Also, there are various options to keep or delete this data, without having to go searching for it.

    Hope that makes sense.

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    Care to share?

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  • biopic
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    Steinberg's Wavelab has come up with a neat solution to a similar problem - it might be worth your developers taking a look at that.

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  • GrassValley_BH
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    The problem with putting them all in the same folder would be conflicts when there's more than one clip with the same name.

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  • Rusty
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    Edius requires them to be in the same folder with the .avi files, so another folder is out of the question.

    You can sort your folders by "File Type" and the Explorer appears much less messy and Edius works as expected.

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  • Romigo
    started a topic how to hide .ewc filetype in XP

    how to hide .ewc filetype in XP

    .ewc files bothers me all the time. If there are a lot of them they make system unclean.

    Is there a way to set this filetype as a system filetype and hide them in explorer?

    Or it would be nice to keep them all in one EWC folder.
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