In editing, for example "T:\edit ACG&S S6 Eps 10 of 12 49min 17sec 4-3 AR 160cbr S1059.avi", whether I attempt to save the edited output as "T:\burn ACG&S S6 Eps 10 of 12 49min 17sec 4-3 AR 160cbr S1059.avi" OR the program's offering of say "T:\edit ACG&S S6 Eps 10 of 12 49min 17sec 4-3 AR 160cbr S1059 *****trimmed.avi", I get a "file overwriting" warning.
I need to decline & cancel back to the save-as-name-step and significantly reduce or alter the filename to process / output the edited result without an "over-write" warning. Then I close the program & edit the filename back to what I initially wanted.
I have repeatedly experienced this "saving bug" with other similarly named *.avi files ..........in all instances, the warning seems to be a phantom because the intended (new) file's name does not already exist on any of my hard drives.
Thanks for your help,
p.s, - I hope the "lengthy" file name size is understood as implicitly necessary.