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Media Management in DVD Studio Pro

If you have just started using DVD Studio Pro or any ware in the Final Cut Studio Line, you will be quick to find out that changing the location of media and re-naming files can get you into alot of trouble. If you have re-named a file that your project is currently pointing to or have moved it from its previous location, DVD Studio pro will not know where to find it the next time you launch the program and you will recieve a missing files error message. We've all done it. Here's what you do if this should happen to you.

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Locating Missing Assets In DVD Studio Pro

1 Select the asset that is declared missing in the Missing Files Windows.

2 Choose Locate and use the file location dialog to find the missing asset.

If you open a project without locating your missing assets first or if the assets become missing while your project is open, the missing assets will appear in red and the elements in which the assets are used will be disabled.

Reconnecting An Asset To A Project:

- Click File > Asset > Re-Link

- Within the assets tab, Control-click the name of the asset, then choose Relink in the shortcut menu.

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