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Insufficent disk space for project backup 1 week, 4 days ago #221247

  • Jpaulbiss
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I think this is a bug, at least it is annoying.

When I make a Project backup the first time the backup completes without a warning. If I make a second project backup during the same session There is a warning about insufficient free disk space. If I quit lightworks and restart it I can make a backup with out a warning a second backup in that session will produce the warning again..


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Re: Insufficent disk space for project backup 1 week, 3 days ago #221263

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It's better to travel well than to arrive...

Re: Insufficent disk space for project backup 1 week, 3 days ago #221271

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hugly wrote:

Still the same issue in vers 2020.1. I thought that after a year it would have been looked into.
Curious how the app calculate the project requires 1.4 TB for the second backup when the fist backup requires 180 GB.



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Re: Insufficent disk space for project backup 1 week, 3 days ago #221272

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Jpaulbiss wrote:
I thought that after a year it would have been looked into.

"Time heals all wounds" says a German proverb.

Unfortunately this doesn't apply to software.
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