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    Hi Everybody,
    -this is a Newbi Question-
    Beasically I add videoclips and sound files from my harddisc to the EDIUS project I work on.
    When I import such a file to EDIUS it generates a *.ewc2 file in the same location where the original video or sound file is stored. These *.ewc2 files disturb the overview in this directory.
    Thus, I would like to ask if it is possible EDIUS to command, these EDIUS internal files to generate in a different directory than the video, sound material storage directory?
    Jürgen

  • #2
    Your easiest solution is to sort the folder by file type.
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    • #3
      Which version of Edius are you using? Edius has a few options for controlling whether waveform cache files are created, and where, but they vary with the version.

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      • #4
        ...or you can have Windows hide files of particular extensions.

        Open an elevated command prompt and navigate to your video directory type:
        attrib +h *.nfo /s
        This will hide the files, however if you have show hidden files turned on they will still show up.

        Maybe install this with caution.
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        • #5
          @ THof

          I rum EDIUS 8 pro

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          • #6
            as mentioned, put the windows explorer folder in detail view and sort by type

            then all clips will be next to each other in the correct order

            or use the GV browser to browse for the files and it auto hides the waveforms, so all you see is clips

            you don't need to create any libraries at all, you can just use it like win explorer, just click OK in mini window and start browsing, drag any file you need to the EDIUS bin

            if you don't want to use the GV browser, double click the bin anywhere in a blank space and browse for the files, it also hides the waveforms
            Anton Strauss
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            • #7
              ewc2, ese .... files could be in a separate EWC2 folder like titles, bacup.... or in program folder.
              It may be the easiest and deffinite solution.

              It was my first wish 8 years ago.

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              • #8
                He Romigo, how to do it?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Romigo View Post
                  ewc2, ese .... files could be in a separate EWC2 folder like titles, bacup.... or in program folder.
                  It may be the easiest and deffinite solution.

                  It was my first wish 8 years ago.

                  waveform files are placed in a unique folder if you transfer from a card to project folder using source browser, providing you have the needed setting ticked
                  Anton Strauss
                  Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                  • #10
                    Thanks for the information on ewc2 files, but what about the ese files?

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                    • #11
                      I dont do it - Its only my wish.

                      If .ewc files of transfered footage can be in unique folder
                      Why there cant be all of .ewc .ese files.


                      for HIDING I use HIDE.bat script it works exelently

                      attrib +h C:\EDIUSvideo\*.ewc2 /s /d

                      C:\EDIUSvideo\ - is a path to video files
                      but I think Edius could do it itself.

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                      • #12
                        .ese files seem to be the seek files for MPEG video I have them in a folder where there are .mts video files example 00030.MTS.ese

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                        • #13
                          i haven't seen .ese files in the longest time, i think those are MPEG related somehow.
                          Still learning Edius, not even middle grade user yet.

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