I'm a student worker at my college who uses Watchout to produce presentations for open houses. I've been working on revising our most recent show for the next open house, but whenever I go to consolidate the project or create a new project file in the same folder to safely make changes, I'll encounter errors caching certain .wav and .mov files. And by errors, I mean Watchout 5 "encountering a problem" and having to quit. I had found this forum post that helped at first, but I've had more than a few files have issues, and it'd be very counterproductive to go in and delete all of the troubled files. My solution for now has been to simply copy directly from an old backup to make revisions, but I'm starting farther back than I would have liked. Has anyone else encountered a problem like this? Any solutions? If it matters, I'm currently running Watchout 5 on a Windows 7 partition on my MacBook Pro (4GB RAM, Dual-Core Processor), with the files stored on a 2TB external HDD. Soon I'll be moving production to a dedicated production computer and not my personal laptop.