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Single File of Recap

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04-10-2017 10:57 PM

How can we  transfer ReCap data to other computer, as we need to copy complete project folder which is in huge size. Can a single file be created with graphical details and without loosing any data ??

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Re: Single File of Recap

04-11-2017 08:01 AM in reply to: rajparakh1986

You will have to copy both the RCP and Support Folder if you are copying the project to another computer.

 

There are other techniques to reduce the project size - If you have a lot of deletes, you could do SaveAs + Remove Points. This will reduce the project size.

 

Other option is to do a export to Unified RCS with higher 'refine grid' setting. This will will create a single RCS file and probably reduce the file size a bit. You could copy the unified RCS over to the other computer and import it into a new project. But this will lose any mirror balls and realviews.

 

Ashwini

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Re: Single File of Recap

04-11-2017 08:35 AM in reply to: rajparakh1986

If you are going to end up just throwing it in navis anyway, you can publish the rcp from navis and have "embed recap and texture data" checked

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Re: Single File of Recap

04-12-2017 12:57 PM in reply to: rajparakh1986

I recommend 7-zip for this - http://www.7-zip.org/.

 

  1. CTRL+Click on RCP and Support folder.
  2. Right click -> 7-zip -> Add to Archive

Creates a single compressed file for much faster transfer to/from a server or external drive.  You'll need to unzip on the other machine, obviously.

 

-Ryan

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