I have an external hard drive that just died and had a lot of old course files on it. While waiting to see if I can recover it, I'm backing up all my existing stuff to cloud storage and it is taking FOREVER, like 2 hours for ONE scene folder.
I've used up 90 percent of my desktop storage space and obviously I need to clear stuff out, but I'm also finding myself wondering how much of it is wasted by having a copy of the same files in every single folder. All the PP files, all the PP library files, all the same Assets, pretty much all the same trees, textures etc..
Is anybody working with one default Unity Project and able to re-use it over and over? I assume switching out scenes and terrains is workable.
Pretty much every course project folder is pushing 50-60 GB and it's really becoming a major PITA to move them around to other drives and directories.
It also occurred to me - if I just move the scene, library, and terrain files over to a separate folder, do I need to copy anything else? Obviously it would save tons of time and space if that's all I needed to keep. Importing those three things into a separate project should theoretically keep things intact, right?