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  • Wed, Mar 7 2018 9:07 PM

    Move sequence, is there no option to only move the sequence and none of the underlying files?

    What if I just want to move the sequence from a watch folder that triggers a job to a folder saying the clip job was successful or failed.

    The ipws docs say this


    The Move operation is used to move an asset to a different folder in Interplay. This operation works for Avid assets and non-Avid assets, including folders. If a sequence is moved, then the reference clips it uses are also copied to the new location. Any remaining unused reference clips in the source folder will be removed (although they may not be removed immediately).

    The Move XML type defines the parameters passed in to the Move operation. The InterplayAssetURI references the asset that should be moved. This asset must be in the form of a path URI. The InterplayFolderURI references the folder that the asset should be moved to. This folder must already exist. If an asset is reserved, it will not be moved unless OverrideReservations is set to true. OverrideReservations is false by default.


    But doesnt really seem to have an option to only move the sequence and not all of the underlying files.





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    • Vadym
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    Re: Move sequence, is there no option to only move the sequence and none of the underlying files?

    Hi Jeff,


    When you move sequence to a different folder using IPWS it acts exactly the same if you'd move it using Interplay Access.

    If you would like to keep some masterclips in the folder where sequence references them you'd need to create explicit links to them in that folder.

    Explicit links could be seen in Interplay Access as having black rather than grey icons outline.



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