Team Projects Local Hub - can I move off C drive?

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Mar 19, 2018

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I found the location of the Team Projects local hub on the C drive. I like to keep C as clean as possible (That's strictly for OS & Apps). I have my Creative Cloud sync folder on F, and I'd like to do the same for the Team Projects local hub. I'm assuming that even though it's not a .pproj file, this is where Adobe is storing all of the edits & file paths locally, so it's effectively serving the same purpose as a .pproj file.

Is that assumption correct (not really important, just curious)? And is it possible to change the local hub directory?

CC ver 4.4.1.298

PP ver 12.0.1 - Build 69

Thanks for the help!

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Adobe Employee , Mar 19, 2018
christiane4686395 Adobe Employee , Mar 19, 2018
You're right, this is where all of the autosave data lives for Team Projects (under your user home folder on both Win & Mac).Unfortunately it is not possible relocate this data. We are aware of this request and are working on making this possible in a future release. ChristianTeam Projects

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Adobe Employee ,
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You're right, this is where all of the autosave data lives for Team Projects (under your user home folder on both Win & Mac).

Unfortunately it is not possible relocate this data. We are aware of this request and are working on making this possible in a future release.

Christian

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Gotcha. Thanks for the quick reply, Christian. I'll look out for that feature when it's released.

Thanks again!

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Hi Christiane,

Well, this little thing was driving me nuts until I decided to go and hunt for the thing that was eating up my system-drive. Windows was acting up and demonstrating all sorts of strange problems and I noticed my diskspace was ultra-low. But I couldn't figure out what was causing this. Now I know that this folder was using over 70Gigs of my system-drive. Now, I know that you're working on it (and I hope for a solution soon), but in the meantime... Is there any way to discard 'older' or no-longer-used files or subfolders? Because my system is completely locked up right now. And my deadlines are approaching fast and I don't want to destroy my Adobe project by deleting the wrong files. Could I dynamic link this folder to another drive? Or would Premiere go nuts if I did?

Thanks in advance...

Tim

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Hi Tim,

We do not support putting this data folder on another drive.

If you Archive a Team Project that you are no longer using, the local auto-save data will be automatically cleaned up from this folder after about 24 hours on any computer that had opened the project. The auto-saves for this Team Project will be erased permanently on all computers. This is the only supported way to clean up the data at this time. Please note: if you archive a Team Project, all collaborators will be removed from the project (and their auto-save data will be cleaned up, too).

Please contact me directly if you have any trouble with this solution.

Thank you,

Christian

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