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Lost all Subclips from project after system crash

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Sep 24, 2011

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Hi,

I'm new to the forum and tried to find an answer but I'm not seeing it so I apologize if this is covered somewhere else.

I've been using Premiere Pro (CS4) for a couple of years.  I've made extensive use of SUBCLIPS for projects and I found they helped organize the building a complex sequence in several documentaries and they have worked well for me - until my system crashed. While the project opens and I find all media, I find that all SUBCLIPS are gone.  Have I lost them forever?  Can they be recovered?

I have built a new system and installed my old data hard drives, but I have a newly loaded C-drive.  I am running Windows 7 on both the new and the dead system.  I can still extract data from the old C-drive if needed.  

I am wondering just how Subclips are stored.  They do not appear to be files – where do they live?  Can they be transferred? 

I would really like to avoid the number of hours it will take to rebuild those subclips.

Thanks!

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Lost all Subclips from project after system crash

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Hi,

I'm new to the forum and tried to find an answer but I'm not seeing it so I apologize if this is covered somewhere else.

I've been using Premiere Pro (CS4) for a couple of years.  I've made extensive use of SUBCLIPS for projects and I found they helped organize the building a complex sequence in several documentaries and they have worked well for me - until my system crashed. While the project opens and I find all media, I find that all SUBCLIPS are gone.  Have I lost them forever?  Can they be recovered?

I have built a new system and installed my old data hard drives, but I have a newly loaded C-drive.  I am running Windows 7 on both the new and the dead system.  I can still extract data from the old C-drive if needed.  

I am wondering just how Subclips are stored.  They do not appear to be files – where do they live?  Can they be transferred? 

I would really like to avoid the number of hours it will take to rebuild those subclips.

Thanks!

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REBDude,

The right place to ask is over there:

http://forums.adobe.com/community/premiere

This forum is about (all) the forums themselves.

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Thanks Jacob.  I'll post where I belong.

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You are welcome, REBDude. And as Bill says, good luck.

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When you do post, make sure that it's to the CS4 & Earlier forum, and also please list the specs. of your computer and also the specs. of your Assets and your Sequence. Those data will be very helpful.

See you there, and good luck,

Hunt

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