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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 5 years, 6 months ago #37644

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@Jwrl. Thanks for the correction. I will change the post and the pdf.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 5 years ago #50437

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What does the disk manager tool look like? I can't find it

Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 5 years ago #50438

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There are now couple of Shark Byte tutorials on disk and media management.

www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=84&Itemid=202

It's usually in the tool bar on the LHS, but if its disappeared the disk manager could be hidden under one of your bins or edits. The icon can be accidentally moved.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 4 months ago #65137

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(Terminology found in Lightworks_v11.5_User_Guide)
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 4 months ago #65210

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The Disk Manager in v11.5 is now removed from the Toolbar and is in the Project Card at the top left of the screen.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 2 months ago #69628

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shaunthesheep wrote:
The Disk Manager in v11.5 is now removed from the Toolbar and is in the Project Card at the top left of the screen.


Your pdf has a link to a blog spot lightworks4fcp.blogspot.ca/2011/07/basic-editing.html. Looks like that dissappeared.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 2 months ago #69637

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Yes, the FCP Transition blog has long since disappeared. I will amend the PDF asap.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 2 months ago #69640

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I believe some aspects of that blog maybe found in the videos that are still on line and are linked in this thread: www.lwks.com/index.php?option=com_kunena&func=view&catid=6&id=67537&Itemid=81#67538

Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #71886

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What is Disk Manager in v11.5 means?

Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #71902

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Disk manager used to be part of the Toolbar in earlier versions of Lightworks. In v11.5, it was moved to the Project Card (top left of screen). Click on the Media tab. Its purpose is allow you to add drives for storage and to move media from one drive to another.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #72390

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Hi, Shaun. Thanks for this. Here's one thing that's bugging me. Will be working at home and I need to transfer files and timelines from my office computer to my home computer. Is it possible? Thanks.

Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #72393

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You can export a Lightworks archive file for each project. Make sure local and linked media is selected. It will be a large file size. Then copy it to a pen drive or SD card. A 32 or 64 GB drive/card should be big enough depending on how many media files you have.

Use the settings in the screenshot below.

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If you have a large number of media files, an external HDD may be required.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #72555

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shaunthesheep wrote:
Lightworks Lingo is now available in PDF format with some new screen grabs at the first post.


How can I grab that for a copy....
download or install?
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years, 1 month ago #72568

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It is available for download in the first post.
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Re: A Guide to Lightworks Lingo (Terminology) 4 years ago #73149

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How do I can download it?
the terms that you share was very nice and good..You share what it means and explain it..Thanks for this ..
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