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Restoring an Autosaved Project in Final Cut Pro

When you begin work on a Final Cut Pro Project, the first thing you should do is give your project a name and save it so that the autosave function can work. Autosave will not work until you have named and saved your project first. If your machine should happen to crash or if FCP should happen to unexpectedly shut down, you can always restore the last autosaved version of your project.

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Restoring an Autosaved Project

1 Click on a project tab in either the Browser Window or the timeline to make it active.

2 Go to File > Restore Project and an autosave dialog box will appear.

3 Choose the autosaved project from within the autosave box, then click OK to restore the latest autosaved version of that project. Make sure you save this restored file immediately by pressing Command S or going to File > Save.

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