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Move a title from one project to another

I am new to Nero 12 Platinum. I want to delete a title from a project and add it to a different project. How do I do this without losing all the work I put into that title?
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    I don't know what you did to the title in question. However, if you right click in the grey portion where the time scale is, you can select Enable Workspace. You can then enclose the title in question. Then select Export, Export to file. After exporting, the changes you made should be in that file. I'm not 100% sure since, as I said, I don't know what you did to the title. Is this a good answer?
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  • Thanks. If I export this to a file on my computer, can I then create a new project and put in there? Once in the new project, are chapters still there? Is it exported in the same editable form that it was? I want to move the file because the entire project requires more than one disc, and I want to divide it equally between two discs.
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    I don't know because I don't know what you did and I've never tried to export an edited title. The best I can say is to try it.

    Note that if your file requires more than one disc, you should probably change the recording format options. That would make the need to remove the edited title unnecessary. To do this, you must have already selected the type of project, such as DVD-Video, that you want. From the editing screen, you would select Next and then select DVD, DVD-Video (this is an example). Then you can select More, Recording Format Options. Change the quality from Automatic to one of the other choices. The further down the list you go, the greater the amount of material you can get on a single disc but the quality also suffers as you go down the list. Do you have an idea of how large the finished project will be?
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  • I’m grateful for your help
    I was putting together a blue-ray disc of our recent vacation, and wasn't paying attention to how many gigs I had as I added another title ("part x of y"). The total project will be about 30 gigs. I would like to divide the project into two somewhat equal parts, which means remove a title from the first project, and start a new project with it.

    Your reply to export the file is the answer to my dilemma. I have a feeling it will export as one video file rather than the assembled individual files with transitions, etc., but that's OK. At least I will not have lost the editing I have already done, and I can still further edit it. I will try this shortly. Thanks again for your help!
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  • Tis true. The idea behind the export is to create a single video file.

    Let me know how the export works out for you.

    If you're using a 25 Gb disc, changing the recording format quality options will likely allow you to get 30 Gb on the disc. The way to test it is to first save your project as a .nvc and continue on to burn the project to your hard drive. If it is satisfactory, you can then burn the BDMV to disc using Burning Rom or Nero Express or even Nero Video. If not, you can import your .nvc and do another burn to hard drive after choosing a lower quality setting. I'm not sure if a .nvc will include menus.
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