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How does file size work on CSP?

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I have a CSP file in which I draw all my cartoon squares before pasting them into my main file, and recently I've been having trouble because the file was getting too heavy.
So I thought of splitting it in two, with half my layers. To my surprise, the new "CASE2" file was really light and the old "CASE" was almost unchanged. So I repeated the process to pass CASE into a new CASE0 file and now I have an empty 2.5GB file and I don't understand how it works 😅
I would like to know if I didn't erase valuable info by doing so or if it's fine ? If it's fine how can I optimize my files without doing this ?

Published date : 1 month ago

Updated date : 1 month ago


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  • 1 month ago
    With huge files like that I think you probably have timelapse recording enabled. See this link: https://help.clip-studio.com/en-us/manual_en/210_file/Timelapse.htm
    If it's checked just uncheck it and save. You'll lose all of your timelapse data in that file, but it should return the size to a manageable level.

  • 1 month ago
    Thanks you ! it's was it
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