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"The provided file is not a valid VideoPad project file." Although it is


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So i spent 7 hours editing a video, my C:/ disk space runs out, since its an ssd and it only had windows files, but my audacity recorded things in the C drive thats why it ran out. then i closed VideoPad and audacity to clean some space in the C disk, after that i open my vpj file and it gives me the error message "The provided file is not a valid VideoPad project file.". i got scared because i spent so much time and effort into this, but then i see a backup file, i click on it and it spams me with error messages something along the lines of "there is no disk inserted, please insert into drive G" etc etc

 

please help, i dont wanna lose my project :(

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