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Download and install Android File Transfer on your computer. Open Android File Transfer. The next time that you connect your phone, it opens automatically. Unlock your phone. With a USB cable, connect your phone to your computer. On your phone, tap the 'Charging this device via USB' notification. Under 'Use USB for,' select File Transfer. WeTransfer is the simplest way to send your files around the world. Share large files up to 2GB for free. Android File Transfer. Browse and transfer files between your Mac computer and your Android device. For Mac OS X only. No extra software is needed for Windows. Supports macOS 10.7 and higher. The java.nio.file package defines interfaces and classes for the Java virtual machine to access files, file attributes, and file systems. This API may be used to overcome many of the limitations of the java.io.File class.

Move(String, String)

Moves a specified file to a new location, providing the option to specify a new file name.

Move(String, String, Boolean)

Moves a specified file to a new location, providing the options to specify a new file name and to overwrite the destination file if it already exists.

Moves a specified file to a new location, providing the option to specify a new file name.

Parameters

sourceFileName
String

The name of the file to move. Can include a relative or absolute path.

destFileName
String

The new path and name for the file.

Exceptions

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destFileName already exists.

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An I/O error has occurred, e.g. while copying the file across disk volumes.

sourceFileName was not found.

sourceFileName or destFileName is null.

sourceFileName or destFileName is a zero-length string, contains only white space, or contains invalid characters as defined in InvalidPathChars.

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The caller does not have the required permission.

The specified path, file name, or both exceed the system-defined maximum length.

The path specified in sourceFileName or destFileName is invalid, (for example, it is on an unmapped drive).

sourceFileName or destFileName is in an invalid format.

Examples

The following example moves a file.

Remarks

This method works across disk volumes, and it does not throw an exception if the source and destination are the same.

Note that if you attempt to replace a file by moving a file of the same name into that directory, an IOException is thrown. To avoid this problem:

  • In .NET Core 3.0 and later versions, you can call Move(String, String, Boolean) setting the parameter overwrite to true, which will replace the file if it exists.

  • In all .NET versions, you can call Copy(String, String, Boolean) to copy with overwrite, then call Delete to remove the excess source file. This strategy is advisable if the file being copied is small, and you are looking for an 'atomic' file operation. If you Delete the file first, and the system or program crashes, the destination file will no longer exist.

  • In all .NET versions, you can call Delete(String) before calling Move, which will only delete the file if it exists.

The sourceFileName and destFileName arguments can include relative or absolute path information. Relative path information is interpreted as relative to the current working directory. To obtain the current working directory, see GetCurrentDirectory.

Moving the file across disk volumes is equivalent to copying the file and deleting it from the source if the copying was successful.

If you try to move a file across disk volumes and that file is in use, the file is copied to the destination, but it is not deleted from the source.

For a list of common I/O tasks, see Common I/O Tasks.

See also

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Moves a specified file to a new location, providing the options to specify a new file name and to overwrite the destination file if it already exists.

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Parameters

sourceFileName
String

The name of the file to move. Can include a relative or absolute path.

destFileName
String

The new path and name for the file.

overwrite
Boolean

true to overwrite the destination file if it already exists; false otherwise.

Exceptions

destFileName already exists and overwrite is false.

-or-

An I/O error has occurred, e.g. while copying the file across disk volumes.

sourceFileName was not found.

sourceFileName or destFileName is null.

sourceFileName or destFileName is a zero-length string, contains only white space, or contains invalid characters as defined in InvalidPathChars.

The caller does not have the required permission.

The specified path, file name, or both exceed the system-defined maximum length.

The path specified in sourceFileName or destFileName is invalid, (for example, it is on an unmapped drive).

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sourceFileName or destFileName is in an invalid format.

Examples

The following example moves a file.

Remarks

This method works across disk volumes, and it does not throw an exception if the source and destination are the same.

The sourceFileName and destFileName arguments can include relative or absolute path information. Relative path information is interpreted as relative to the current working directory. To obtain the current working directory, see GetCurrentDirectory.

Moving the file across disk volumes is equivalent to copying the file and deleting it from the source if the copying was successful.

If you try to move a file across disk volumes and that file is in use, the file is copied to the destination, but it is not deleted from the source.

For a list of common I/O tasks, see Common I/O Tasks.

See also

Applies to

Log files

A log file containing each asset's status and progress within a batch will be created with every upload and download. To access the log file, right-click on any in-progress or completed transfer. If viewed while the action is in progress, the log will update in real-time with the upload/download status information. The log file will be saved in the same location as the selected file and can be adjusted via the app preferences.
Once completed, the log file will display if the files were uploaded, verified, unverified, failed, canceled, and if any new folders were created in the process. If a file has failed, the log will give a further explanation for the reason. If a file is unverified by a checksum, the Frame.io link to the file will be listed for quick access to see if the file was delivered without any issues.

EDL Support

The Frame.io Transfer app also offers selective download support for EDL, FCPXML, and FCP7 XML files to help you find and download your assets on Frame.io more efficiently. If you've previously exported an EDL, FCPXML, or FCP7 XML from your preferred NLE, Frame.io Transfer can download all linked assets directly from your selected project or folder, without you having to search and download assets manually.

To enable this, click on the Set Download List button located at the bottom of the app window (next to the Upload button), select your EDL, FCPXML, or FCP7 XML file, then click Download. All linked assets within your list will start to download automatically. A log file is also created when the download begins, indicating whether files have been found, failed, retried, or successfully downloaded.

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