I’ve seen, in the past, several people wishing they could download videos to a different partition instead of the C drive on Windows, if they have a separate data partition which has a lot more space. In the past they have been told this isn’t possible, but there is a workaround. It will involve having to delete and re-download all of your SUF videos though.
For the purposes of this I’m going to assume your Windows username is “YourName” and your secondary/data partition where you want to save your SUF videos is at “D:\SUF VIdeos” but make sure this folder is not yet created.
Here is the method:
Delete all downloaded videos in the SUF app. Close the app, then reboot the app, and close it again.
Open up a file browser window, and in the viewing options choose to show hidden files.
Navigate to C:\Users\YourName\AppData\Roaming\TheSufferfest and delete the “videos” folder.
press the windows button and search for “cmd” and click run as administrator for command prompt.
in the window type the exact line and then press enter:
mkdir “D:\SUF videos”
Then type the following and then press enter:
mklink /J “C:\Users\Ross\AppData\Roaming\TheSufferfest\videos” “D:\SUF videos”
Now open up the SUF app and download a video, it will now download and save the video to your other partition.
I hope that helps some people. My C drive is only about 100GB yet my data drive is about 850GB so it makes sense to store my videos there if I can!