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extracted audio file folder

Hi all.
I was just gathering the files in a large project for a backup, and I noticed that resonic stores something called extracted audio in a resonic pro folder on my C: drive. (user\my name\documents\resonic\pro beta\extracted audio)
I do not want audio data stored there as I have separate drives for my project data. What is this and Is there a way to have this folder moved to my current project or at least to another drive? Thanks for any replies.

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These are temporary files created during transfers, e.g. dragging waveform selections as new files to other programs. Make sure you consolidate your projects (in case you've dragged these snippets into DAWs), i.e. collect external audio files, or by deleting you might lose them forever.

Read these:
https://resonic.at/docs/audio-extractio ... -locations
https://resonic.at/docs/audio-extractio ... edia-files

This is currently a preset path for installed versions. Portable versions store the files inside the program directory.
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