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Steve A. Boyd | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Jun 3 2015 6:26 AM

I have ordered the Camp Logos in times past and always received a set of DVD's. However, I ordered the newest Camp Logos 1 for Logos 6 and it was downloaded to my computer.

I already have some issues with my hard drive being full, so I want to know how much space this download is using. Is there a way to find the answer to this question? Is this latest training available on DVD?

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Steve A. Boyd | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 3 2015 6:42 AM

I hate to reply to my own post, but I was able to find out some information on the matter. The new training only comes in a "downloadable" format. Therefore, it downloads straight to your computer when it's ordered.

Also, I was told that the Logos 6 Training uses about a gig an hour and there are 13 hours of training.

Long story cut short... I was already having issues with a hard drive that is nearly full, then I got hit with a 13 gig download that I didn't see coming. Now sure what I am going to do at this point. I already have everything I can get over to an external hard drive.

While upgrading my hard drive is something I wanted to do eventually, I wasn't planning to do that at the moment...now I have to decide!

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SineNomine | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 3 2015 8:54 PM

Depending on how much space you have, it's worth noting that videos in Logos/Verbum 6 stream the first time you play them and then are saved to your computer. However, if you go into the info panel of a media resource, you can have it delete all of the downloaded videos. (This does not delete the resource framework.) So you could, for example, watch an hour of videos, then delete, then watch an hour, etc., delete all, etc. It's inconvenient, but it would save you a lot of space.

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Rosie Perera | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Jun 3 2015 10:52 PM

I think you can store video resources on other media, such as a 32GB USB drive (those have come way down in price), but I'm not 100% sure. Someone with experience with video resources should weigh in on this.

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