Hi, I just wonder if my PP CS5 backup seems OK? I really don't wanna loose any of my projects. I know there's an option in PP to backup but I wanna use win and copy files/folders to backup!
I have copied;
The files (mov, avi, jpeg, wav etc.)
Project-files (*.prproj, Adobe Premiere Pro Auto-Save, Adobe Premiere Pro Preview Files, Encoded Files)
I have NOT copied;
Cache-files (Adobe Premiere Pro Cache, Adobe Soundbooth Preview Files, Media Cache, Media Cache Files)
Program-folder (C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS5)
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I backup Premiere Pro and Vegas Pro projects to removable hard drives. Some of the Premiere projects are heavily layered and need periodic re-editing with updated elements. In those cases I save the scratch folder as well so the project can be immediately run without re-rendering the whole thing which can take many hours.
For simpler projects I do the same as you.
Ok, thanks. I don't think I need to backup the scratch folder right now. Maybe in the future. Just like you I backup to removable hard drives! Why do u use Vegas when u have PP?
Premiere Pro may be more stable now but back around v1.5 to CS3 I just gave up on it except when integrating with other Adobe apps.