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Importing Audio (Quicktime) in a Container Fields

Question asked by enyko on Mar 16, 2009
Latest reply on Mar 17, 2009 by adcoleman


Importing Audio (Quicktime) in a Container Fields


Hi there, in reading "Working with Data in Container Fields" it sounds as if the data is stored in the FMP database. But as I tested it, it seems that it's simply a link to the data file.


For example, my clients voicemails come into my email account. I download that message onto my desktop then import it into my FMP database via "Insert Quicktime". The message is there and plays great. Then I delete the mp3 file from my desktop. Now the message is also gone from the FMP database.


Is this right? Is there a way to import it (and keep it) in FMP?