It's a question that comes up time and time again:
How do you trash the preferences in Final Cut Pro X ?
The answer is easy:
Don't worry about existing Libraries or Export Destinations, these will be unaffected. We would recommend toggling the background render time to something more reasonable from 0.3 up to 7 seconds for example.
So why should you need to trash your preferences?
It is the first thing you should try when FCPX starts to behave badly. A restart of your Mac is a good idea too.
Please do both before you contact us if you come across a problem with one of our plugins. We are not saying you are wrong, it's just that this quick tip fixes a lot of problems that we see!
One question we got asked recently was how to combine four 1080 videos that had been shot in 'quadrants of 4k' into a full 4K (or more accurately) a UHD video clip using Final Cut Pro X. After some trials, we think we have come up with the best method. This is because some cameras and post production equipment record and playback in 1080 segments.
This tutorial will show you that Smart Folders work a treat in the finder for locating all those long lost Final Cut Pro X Libraries. Hope that saves you some time!
We are sure you are familiar with one of the plugins in the pack, the auto animating menu with built-in bullet points. However we had a request - “Could these bullet points animations be individually timed rather than appearing all at once.”
The answer- No problem!
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