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I have lor set up on three computers. Desktop, home laptop and travel laptop. Is there a way to link all three together so if I'm playing around on one it talks to the others. Without always having to have an Internet connection

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If they are all on the same network, you can enable the security to allow them to talk to each other via wifi or wired connections. Its a pain to accomplish all of that though and its much easier to just use a flash drive.

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Dropbox has LAN sync. So long as the computers are on the same network, the files *should* transfer between computers. (Haven't test it. Could be dead wrong.)

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I have a network hard drive and use Goodsync to sync my travel laptop, desktop, and show laptop. I primarily sequence on the desktop and sync it to the network drive, then sync it to the travel laptop. If i have time to work on sequencing while out of town i just sync it to the network drive when i get home. When it comes to showtime i sync the show laptop to the network drive. If i need to make any changes i can use the desktop and do the sync thing.

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I recommend archiving folders the same way on each computer you use.

 

For example:

C:// (YOUR NAME) Lights /

and under that:

C:// YOUR NAME Lights/ Audio

C:// YOUR NAME Lights/ Sequences

C:// YOUR NAME Lights/ Visualizations

 

And when you transfer files over to another computer, if the computer are archived properly, all the information will work right away.

 

+1 on thumb drive/flash drive - .zip folders for emailing or what-not: will make it easier to send.

 

Do what is best for you though.

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