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Old 01-07-2020, 03:03 PM   #11
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No one knows what is coming in Edius 10.
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Old 01-14-2020, 01:02 PM   #12
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Vistitle came out with an update Version 2.8.5.0.

That fixed the problem.

They also contacted me right after my post and assured me that the update was coming out soon.


Sweet!


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Yep! finally fixed. I don't have to squint so much anymore...
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Having got my bits burnt before, how do I preserve my custom imports into the VT library, when updating. I cannot work out where they are stored.
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.... how do I preserve my custom imports into the VT library, when updating. I cannot work out where they are stored.
Delving deeper- right clicking the custom imports (or anything in the library)- reveals their location (with explore) within the complex VT libraries. Manually moving them and noting their locations seems to be the only way of retaining them when updating, which requires a full uninstall...and of course, manually moving them back after.
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