I've onedrive on disk 😧 and Premiere on C:. When I open Premiere, program creating AppData folder on my OneDrive folder. I have all my projects in subfolders on folder Onedrive but when I delete this folder it creates again. I have also AppDate folder on C: disk. Can I do something to prevent the program from creating the folder on my Onedrive? Its empty and path looks - D:\OneDrive\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Technical (Technical is a folder and its empty)
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is this just annoying or are there other ramifications? If it's just annoying I'd suggest you live with it or reach out to microsoft and hope they provide the necessary support for their product. If there are other ramifications, please describe them and perhaps someone here will have an answer for you.
I can live with It but I think that Premiere creates this folder and Onedrive or Microsoft company can't do nothing. I would like to change localization of creating this folder, is that posibble?
have you checked your project scratch disk settings? Premiere may be automatically creating these folders because Premiere by default creates folders to store a variety of files including your autosave folder in the same place as your premiere project file. You can change the scratch disk settings in your project settings to locate these folders on a local drive. I strongly suggest that you at least locate your autosave folder locally if your project file is being saved in the cloud. always a good idea to have the project file and the autosaves in different locations.
Same problem here, it´s really annoying.
Do you have any Premiere bits set to be in that onedrive system?
as I asked back in May... Not throwing any shade on you Neil, but neither the op or this last poster ever answered my question.
No, I don't. It's all set by default.
My theory is that it's a problem with the default location of the Documents folder. It seems that when we change that location, Premiere takes its own AppData folder with it. As if the location of the AppData folder was linked to the Documents folder, not itself. We who use OneDrive naturally changed the default location of the Documents folder and AppData came with it.
I've also been having this issue and I do not use OneDrive or anything like that.
My Documents and Pictures folders have also been moved off of my C: drive to a Z: drive and now after effects will make the OneDrive\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Common\LUTs\Technical in my Z: drive.