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Musicvid wrote on 3/20/2018, 6:27 PM

Look for a *veg.bak file. May be in your App Data folder.

Dexcon wrote on 3/20/2018, 7:51 PM

Also, check the Temporary Files Folder (as per the bottom of the General tab on Options/Preferences) to see if there is an autosave file there - but the likelihood of an autosave file being kept is usually only if Vegas Pro closed unexpectedly or by using Task Manager.

svpuser wrote on 3/21/2018, 10:33 AM

Also, check the Temporary Files Folder (as per the bottom of the General tab on Options/Preferences) to see if there is an autosave file there - but the likelihood of an autosave file being kept is usually only if Vegas Pro closed unexpectedly or by using Task Manager.

Unfortunately, there's no such of .veg.bak file. Anyway, thanks for the answer, but i think the file has completely gone...

Musicvid wrote on 3/21/2018, 10:34 AM

Save early, save often.

svpuser wrote on 3/21/2018, 10:37 AM

Save early, save often.

I know... i was going to close the program and i pressed no on "do you want to save file?".

 

 

jetdv wrote on 3/23/2018, 6:15 PM

You might use the free Auto Save plugin that installs as part of Excalibur.

OldSmoke wrote on 3/23/2018, 8:22 PM

Save early, save often.

I know... i was going to close the program and i pressed no on "do you want to save file?".

Actually Vegas has an autosave feature and it can be adjusted in the internal settings.

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jetdv wrote on 3/24/2018, 7:51 AM

The built-in autosave feature is nowhere near as powerful as the free one included with Excalibur.