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Topic: VDJ Database transfer
Is it possible to transfer all Playlists, History, BPM's etc from one pc to another?
Is there a VDJ database somewhere? I have looked in "Program Files" > "Virtual DJ" but cannot see any database where files are written to.
Posted Thu 31 May 12 @ 9:58 pm
yes, there is a database. check your my documents/virtual dj folder.
also if you use an external drive it will be in the root folder.
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Please contact support for further advice: http://www.virtualdj.com/contact/index.html
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Posted Fri 27 Jun 14 @ 6:53 pm
I think months is an exaggeration I managed 120GB, 9000 tracks in about a day.
Posted Fri 27 Jun 14 @ 8:26 pm
Posted Sun 06 Jul 14 @ 10:49 pm
Any advice on how to TRANSFER MY CUE POINTS, LOOP AND BPM from 2 different FLASH DRIVES INTO 1 standard one. How best to merge 2 databases. MEANING I have 2 flashdrives (2 Databases) but I want to make it 1 and how to make it work on VDJ8 considering I have VDJ7 before. Please am a Novice in deep computer application....just basic ideal of Mouse pad....Screen...mouse...ON and OFF CPU. Thanks
Posted Fri 20 Feb 15 @ 7:31 am
Connect both drives to your PC.
Navigate on the left side of the browser to the drive you wish to copy the files FROM.
Rightclick on the the folder, that holds all your music files. Choose "Copy to".
Copy the files to your other drive.
That way VDJ should copy all the files and the database informations.
Now you have all your files and DB infos in one drive.
If you never started Version 8 before, just install and start V8.
You v7 database will be converted into a V8 database with the name "database.xml".
That file is located on your external drive in the folder "VirtualDJ".
If you already opened V8 some time ago, then go to said VirtulDJ folder on your external drive, and rename the "database.xml" to something else. Now open V8 again. Your V7 will be converted into a new V8 database.
Posted Fri 20 Feb 15 @ 7:58 am
I should get you a virtual link 9 !
Posted Sat 13 Feb 16 @ 7:36 pm
How to transfer database from 8 to 7 anyway
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