I scoured the manual and Lynda but I couldn't find an exact answer so I apologize in advance if this is a RTFM situation but I just cut a project using Resolve 14 and I'm trying to pass along the archive to a colleague. However, I'm trying to limit the size of the overall archive for the sake of expediency and I realize that all of my dailies were included in the archive as well (since they're organized in bins within the project itself).
My question is this: When you archive a project in Resolve, is there any option or function that will limit the included media files in the archive to clips/footage used exclusively in the timeline(s) or is the only way to limit the size of an archive to retroactively create smart bins and collect the timeline media manually? Any insight into this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Thanks, Tero! I just tried the method RE the manual but when I copy the media the folder structures aren't retained (even when I select the option to recreate sub-directories up to 5 levels deep). All of the media is just dumped into a single folder. I've tried it a few times to see if I was fudging the settings but the outcome appears the same no matter how the cookie crumbles. Would the project file be able to recreate the entire folder structure or would I have to relink the clips one by one in the media pool?