Moving the presentation from one pc to another through network
Hi, recently we built an online course through Articulate Studio 09 (presenter, quizmaker and video encoder). 1st slide always had a video and the rest of them were text with the audio.
Over the summer, one intern started to work on this so we installed the Articulate on his computer. When he left, he moved all the presentations (13 total) from his pc to our work's shared network.
Then I pulled them from shared network and moved them to my PC. Articulate was uninstalled from intern's pc and put on mine. When I wanted to make some changes on the presentations, I noticed that on 2 presentations, the video was missing and the audio part was missing from 4 sections.
At first I thought that intern saved it in some weird way or did not finish the sections but recently the Articulate was moved from my PC to our graphic dept. I saved the finished presentations on the network and when our graphic person opened them, we noticed that 2 out of 13 sections were not perfect. 1 was missing a video and 2 were missing an audio part. The rest were perfect.
It seems like something gets messed up when you move the files between computers and it is very inconsistent.
Do you know why is this happening and if there is a way to avoid this?
Also, just a note, when republishing some sections - after I made some changes - I would notice that when you are trying to overwrite the existing published presentation, it would not always work. Sometimes it would overwrite it but other times it would not. It would appear like it did, but when I checked the presentation, no changes were made in the published version. Again, this happened randomly, no logical rule to this.
The only way to fix this, I had to delete the presentation section from Articulate Online and publish it again - as if this was published 1st time, not overwriting the existing one.
Any help, advice on how to save files for the future would be greatly appreciated because as of now we have to keep rebuilding sections that get messed up when moved between computers.