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    The P2 cards carry the same file structure. You want to maintain it when you offload, or Raylight won't be able to provide you the audio.
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    So when I plug the card into the slot on my laptop, it's essentially like having an external hard drive, just drag and drop onto my local hard drive?


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    The best way to do it is to use P2 Viewer (which you get with the P2 driver and software). But I've offloaded hundreds of cards simply by taking the Contents and LastClip.txt over to the hard drive as is.

    Plugged in, the P2 card DOES act exactly like any other drive, because that's exactly what it is. It's a memory card.
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    Got it. Thanks so much for your help David.


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