Production Archiving

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Mar 18, 2022 Mar 18, 2022

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Hello,

I have a Premiere Production with nearly 100 projects in it. I archive the corresponding media files, and keep the project files intact in the Production. My questions are:

1) How much space do these project files take up (without the media files)

2) Is there a process for archiving these old projects while maintaining the cohesiveness and functionality of the production? (simply scrolling down 100+ project files to open the new one is a bit cumbersome)

Thanks!

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Mar 18, 2022 Mar 18, 2022

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Hi Erik,

How are you? Well, I hope. Happy Friday. 

 

1) How much space do these project files take up (without the media files)

 

It depends on the contents of each project. I can be only kilobytes, or it can be 50MB. Let's just say that these files are usually not large. However, you add together 100 of them and they will add up. The few productions I have are much smaller, like 20 projects. These take up a couple hundred MB.

 

2) Is there a process for archiving these old projects while maintaining the cohesiveness and functionality of the production?


I think the PDF covers this when migrating versions, etc. Have you read it? Here is a link. Let me know if you have further questions.

 

Thanks,
Kevin

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