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Learn how to restore your lost data with Sony Vegas video editor.
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You will notice that we have to free false here. We have got a tailor one, tailor two and the verb sounds track I added in. You also get this little false here added within. Now, this little false here a basically in the program files that we use in the first in Vegas. Now if you import a video file or an audio file one of this SFK or FSL files will automatically be added and where the file was imported from.
Now these are used and for when automatically save in, if you computer crashes suddenly and you might panic a thing or you may go to or just been and half of hour to doing this video and I have lost it all, well clever enough if you reboot your computer or restart your application plus it does auto save, you do not have to save it manually. It does auto save every now and again depended on your settings so if you have got your preferences and change that, that will do that. You know, so, yes if you crash usually about nine times out or ten it will load up from where you left off and you have not lost anything. All your own videos will be in the time line, how you have put them, all your own effects will be in there. Everything will be here and you will be able to usually continue where you left off or where you crashed.
So, this files here basically references file that you have imported and then yes, once you have finished using your videos and you have actually rendered your projects, you can just deletes this, it does not make you difference. You know, I mean obviously you can actually manually delete this now, delete, yes and makes no difference because you are still be able to use the videos in this in program. So there is not problem at all. So it is also a very good way of keeping track of what you have actually imported into a video file.
However, it is recommended that once you have rendered your project and you finish the project you do and go and delete all these files because or else your files will get completely clogged because all of this things and they do make it look untidy and they do get quite messy.
So I will say ask what they are if you are just wondering and when you go into your own files and the thing was that I was not there before it is basically for a video.