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Have you tried calling Customer Service from whatever program you used? Sometimes they can do things we’re not able to from our side. Sometimes we don’t realize there was an undelete button somewhere. You’re not the first person that accidentally deleted something you wanted to keep. You certainly won’t be the last. Sometimes what you deleted is only still available for a couple of days. I’m sorry this happened to you and I wish you well.

Hopefully you can do good impressions of the actors. How hard can that be?

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Hopefully you can do good impressions of the actors. How hard can that be?

Have you tried calling Customer Service from whatever program you used? Sometimes they can do things we’re not able to from our side. Sometimes we don’t realize there was an undelete button somewhere. You’re not the first person that accidentally deleted something you wanted to keep. You certainly won’t be the last. Sometimes what you deleted is only still available for a couple of days. I’m sorry this happened to you and I wish you well.

You deserved it for making a rookie mistake.

Yeah okay, Mr. Perfect.

He's not wrong tho. Failing to back up your files is in fact a rookie mistake.

Especially for such an important project. Last two projects I did for work, I committed to five things to do first, and one of them was set up the backup schedule/format.

You can try a recovery software like recuva. its free

Send your demo to Goodtimes and Dingo Pictures; that's the exact stuff they want.