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Project File Size

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Oct 16, 2011 1:00 PM

New to Aperture. I had been previously using iView Media Pro which is long unsupported and until Lion continued to work. I'm ok with that and should have made the transition some time ago as I knew this day was coming.

 

My question pertains to Project File Size. I see that there is a view for projects but it only gives you Project Name, Project Thumb (key photo), date range and number of assets in the project. A bit of information that would be highly useful to me is the file size of the project. Can I find this somewhere, perhaps in another view or can this project view be configured and I'm just not finding it?

 

Currently my current project is stored on my laptop (backed up frequently) and all my previous projects/catalogs are stored on DVD. I know it was make more sense to have my previous projects on a large hard drive but with the frequency that I've seen drives crash at home and office I would much prefer keeping things on DVD (1 copy at home, 1 at work).

 

When a current Project reaches the capacity of a DVD I would then relocate the masters to a DVD. Having the project file size avaialble would greatly help. Thanks for any suggestions.

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