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Edits after order is completed


#1

What’s your policy on requests for edits from orders that have been completed for a week or so?


#2

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#3

If its minor, I usually do it with no problems. If its a lot, they’ll need to order another gig if the edits are from their own fault.


#4

Reply to @vedmak: 8TB?! Wow. My laptop is filled up with past buyers’ projects. I was going to buy an external drive and move all their stuff to that, but I might need to delete it all. But I would have to add their info to my access database, and I’m just too lazy to do that right now.


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#6

I always keep the previous files as archived. Mostly in zip or rar format. It compresses the files and occupies less storage space. However after 2 or 3 months I delete the data gradually.


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#8

Reply to @vedmak: I have 2 1 TB hard disks which are specially for old storage purpose. In your reply to hundreds of files, in my case I work in after effects mostly to create videos, there is a great option in after effects is to archive the whole project like raw files, music files, clips used etc all in a single folder. All these files are collected in a single place and all the duplicate occurrences can also be removed through this option. So it reduces the size of the final project, keeps all files at a particular location and does not store the final rendered files. So afterwards, if the project is opened after a month or so I do not get any missing file error and I just need to render it after any types of modifications. Mostly the rendered files take a lots of space, as in 90% cases they are in HD. I always delete them within a few days. Only I get sure that the main project files are properly archived. For preview purpose I save a 320x240 size video for future reference.


#9

Wow! I need to look into some TB, cuz I’m still in GB. :frowning:


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#12

8->


#13

Reply to @vedmak: Yeah. I might need to invest in something bigger. My laptop only have like 250GB of space. I have Photoshop and FL Studio 10 on it and when I record vocals for a song, it starts to sound very choppy. I’m assuming because of the CPU being used. Rendering videos takes awhile too. I usually watch tv while it renders. Lol.


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#15

Reply to @vedmak: Okay cool. Thank you for your advice. :slight_smile: