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Final Cut Pro Auto Render
Final Cut Pro has a "feature" that I think you should address and turn-off. It is called Automatic Rendering and was designed to render your sequences while you are away from your computer. This really is not that big of an issue but if you leave it on Final Cut will automatically render your sequence after a specified time. This is very impractical, because if you set it up to auto-render every ten minutes it will get in your way, yet if you set it to auto-render every 45 minutes then it may just begin or not even be done when you get back from lunch. I recommend turning this "feature" off. If you have a lengthy render that needs to be preformed at lunch then just make sure your time-line is selected and type command+r and go to lunch. This gives you control of your renders.

Simply navigate: Final Cut Pro>User Preferences and under the General tab deselect Auto Render. This will turn off Auto rendering for all of your Final Cut Pro projects.

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