1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 19, 2008 10:10 AM by (ElvisLives)

    corrupt project

      I was working for two days in a project and today when I tried to open it appeared a message saying that the project could not be oppened and that it may be corrupted.
      I opened the project folder and my media was there, but I had to create a new project and import all the media again, create the bins, organize the clips, etc.
      I could not find the Auto-Save folder inside my corrupted project folder. Is this right?
      What's the best procedure to avoid this kind of corruption?
        • 1. Re: corrupt project
          Level 1
          If your autosave was enabled, recent copies of your project should be there.

          >What's the best procedure to avoid this kind of corruption?

          Enable autosave. :)

          Of course make a periodic "save-as" and give it a different name. I just number my saves as 1,2,3 etc.

          And if anybody knew how to avoid the occasional corruption in the first place Adobe would hire them and it would be a thing of the past. :)