Hey xmnboy, thanks for the reply.
It's full hd video, it's weird it got blurred hmm. Anyway yes you are right, I'm exporting same project to the same directory second time. That's the way it is when you build, test, fix bugs, test, fix bug, test etc.
I know that it works when I remove the project and then import it with XDK again. But this is abolutely not the way it should be. It happens most of the time that you have to export many times in order to tweak and test everything. That's why I reported this as a bug. C2 forces this export format with newest beta version so we have to delete the project each time before exporting now .
And there's this bug with www directory as well, don't really have time to play around with this. But it happened before for other people, it happened to me yesterday, so it's clearly there.
Guys, as Intel XDK is the only one officially supported C2 wrapper I would like to rise up a small alert and loudly ask you to cooperate a bit more with each other. Building mobile apps with IntelXDK and C2 is really hard recently. I know people usually publish their app once in a several months. But I freelance and make apps day by day and I see and feel every change.
In April I was able to export/import projects to XDK without any issues. I was able to implement IAP, AdMob, Appodeal etc. fully working with iOS and Android. But with current situation it is really a hell for developers. Exports/imports have problems as described above + Cordova and official monetization plugins do not fully work on both iOS and Android.... And there's more, but it's not a topic for that. I actually posted some issues before as well, but got ignored...
For now I had to move my customers apps to CocoonIO as I was unable to make all features work with XDK. And now even CocoonIO gets less comfy cause of C2 forces new project format.
So please Scirra and Intel XDK try to make some test apps before releasing new changes. It's more a call to Scirra than to IntelXDK as Intel is not focused on C2 only obviously. But C2 is focused on IntelXDK. Nobody expects you to make C2 compatibile with all the possible wrappers obviously, but as Intel XDK is the officially supported one, I think you should tweak C2 releases/plugins to work with current IntelXDK version.