The ScreenPal Project Manager can store your video projects in a location you specify on your computer. You can even store video projects in multiple locations if desired.
By default, video projects are stored in the Documents folder on both PC and Mac.
Change the location of your video projects folder
In order to change the location where your video projects are automatically saved, open the Project Manager on the Video Projects Tab, and click the folder icon in the upper left.
A drop-down is displayed with your current saved locations. If you already added folder locations in addition to the default, they are displayed here. If you have locations saved, simply click the name of that location to bring up the video projects stored there.
Add a new folder location to save video projects
If you want to add a new location to save your videos, click on the Browse option in the drop-down.
Within file explorer, navigate to the folder you would like to begin saving your video projects to, select it, and then click to OK.
You may need to create the folder beforehand with some operating systems in order to select it in this dialog.
The default location for saved video projects is now set to the folder you've just chosen. Additionally, you should now see this folder as an option in the drop-down list.
Move existing video projects to a different folder location
If you already have existing video projects, you may choose to move them to a new location for purposes of organization.
- First, select the Manage Video Projects check box in the upper left.
- Next, click Move.
- Finally, click on the folder in the drop-down that to move the Video Project. Alternatively, you can click Browse to select and move the video project into a new location.
Now your video projects can be managed from different locations, all easily switchable by using the folder icon in the upper left corner.
Learn more about managing your content here.
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