An ability to organize files is the fundamental function expected
for any application going back to the 1970's. This has been an issue in
VideoScribe for years. I build two minute videos each from a dozen or so
smaller clips constructed separately so I can try out different techniques. All
the files mixed in one folder adds hours to each
project by tracking files literally with pencil and paper.
There must be some technical reason it cannot be
accomplished. I'm not a programmer by trade but even I have added file and folder organization to applications in just an hour or two. An explanation as to why such a fundamental function has not been
include might be in order to help us understand why project file organization is not important.
Within VideoScribe you can create subfolders and orgianise your work. By default when you create a new project it is saved into the All Scribes folder however you can create as many new ones as you like using the Create New Folder and pick from existing using the drop down.
Thank you so much Mike Metcalf for your support.
I don't know if you are a real user but in that case, I would suggest Sparkol pays you to do the great job you are doing on this forum.
We've released an update to VideoScribe today which moves away from the base folder and will migrate all your existing projects to a local drive location of your choice - v3.7 release notes