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Old 12-13-2016, 06:21 PM   #1
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I have recently imported my clips from a Sony XDCAM into Edius 7.

Now I want to remove those clips from my project folder and move them to another machine. Is there a way to do this with out having to go into every sub folder and copy the clip?
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Old 12-13-2016, 10:11 PM   #2
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can't you copy the main Transferred folder? it will include all sub folders and clips

if your clips are XDCAM EX and were recorded in Fat32 mode, the XML files are needed to correctly join the clips without glitches

I record in UDF format in my XDCAM 4:2:2 camera and don't suffer this issue of spanned clips, so I never use source browser for transfer in the first place and only copy the clip files from card to project folder using Windows explorer, way quicker than source browser
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I don't know what version of 7 you have, but try the following if you are on a network (If not copy the Transfered folder as Anton suggested and then do the following). Go to Source Browser, then to XDCAM EX, right click, and select Open folder. Navigate to the Project folder and look in the Transfered folder. You should see the XDCAM EX folder structure. Find the BPAV folder and click on WHATEVER FOLDER IS ABOVE IT. Look back in the Source Browser undr XDCAM EX and you should see the location. Click on it and the clips should show.
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Sony's Clip Browser is recommended to copy files and assure proper folder structure & .xml transfer.
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