After finishing a long 45 minute project i want to save and archive, but near the end of the yellow bar finishing it comes up error please try again we could not copy files... Anyone.. Steve
Jim i simply want to archive a project like i do in elements 10. As i am learning prep pro cs6 it will not allow me to save any projects using the project manager. Archiving is useful because then i can get rid of all footage clogging the computer up. I do not want to just keep everything on the computor as a normal file. Hope that makes sense?
I've never used Elements, so I can't offer any kind of comparison.
For archiving a Premiere Pro project, you will need to keep the project file itself along with any associated media - video, audio and stills. If you have Dynamic Links to After Effects you will need that AE project file as well. If you authored to DVD or BD you will want the associated Encore files also. Move these things to your preferred location using a file manager.