let’s say I have a final project and let’s call it 10-final
in my project folder I have nine previous versions of it but I do not need the audio files from those previous versions. how can I safely delete them saving me space on my hard drive? I am currently using the latest version of cubase 12 professional.
Remove unused media, then Back up Project.
Then delete the original project folder and its contents.
Or, I think, you do this in the pool… So need to backup and then delete the old project. Of course Steve’s way could feel more ‘safe’.
if I open the final project folder in Cubase 12 professional and save it to a different folder with a different name on my hard drive why isn’t the audio folder with the audio files carried over to the new folder with a different name? Is there a setting or procedure I am missing when you save projects under a different folder name?
Because that is not how it works. That saves the .cpr file only.
Backup Project does it.
Look up these terms in the manual:
Back up Project
Save New version
thanks Steve I just watched a video I have to do the back up procedure