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If you are using Windows, look in C:\Program files\Qavimator, for xp and for 7, look in

C:\Program Files (x86)\QAvimator. (You can type the string into your search box) 

An alternative is to search your system for .avm and .bvh files, and note where they are located.

An important thing to know about Windows, is that it has an annoying default behavior of hiding system files, and file extensions, which makes it difficult to find anything. 

You might need to go into Windows Explorer ( ie open a folder) Click Tools/Options. On the View tab, scroll through advanced settings, and click Show Hidden Files. Also, unclick Hide Extensions for Known File Types.

If you want Qavimator to save files in a more logical location, open the program, open a new file, then name it something memorable and click Save As. When the dialogue comes up, navigate to your documents folder, or wherever you want the files to be kept, and save the file in there.

The next time you open the program, it will remember where you put the last file, and will use that place as the new default.  

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