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Designating Search Folders in Final Cut Pro

Reconnecting offline media is a pain, there is just no other way to describe it, but there are some things you can do within Final Cut Pro to narrow the search. You can designate which folders and drives Final Cut Pro should look in before you attempt to reconnect your offline media. If you go to Final Cut Pro > System Settings, under the tab search folders, you can designate specific areas where FCP will perform the search. This is especially great if you have a large number of drives and if you work in a SAN (Storage Area Network) envrionment.

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Designating a Search Folder

1 Go to Final Cut Pro > System Settings, then click on the Search Folders tab.

2 Click on the Set button to navigate to a new folder or click Set to replace a previously chosen folder or drive. Choose clear to clear any choice.

3 Click O.K.

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