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Troubleshooting Final Cut Pro 03-02-06

The ability to troubleshoot and problem-solve is a priceless commodity for an editor. If you are having problems with Final Cut Pro the simplest project can turn into a vivid nightmare, but hold on, there are some things you can do to minimize these headaches. Like taking percautions such as not letting your hard disks get more than 85% full, avoiding browser nests that are too deep and not having too many sequences open simultaneously. Check out this tutorial "Troubleshooting Final Cut Pro Problems by Larry Jordan."

Lately, I have read many problems dealing with capturing and outputting with FCP. Many of the capture and output problems have been due to older model systems with slower drives or conflicts rising from mixed sample rates. Here is a great tutorial that goes in-depth into what you should be on the look out for if you are experiencing chronic Capture and Output problems with your Final Cut Pro System.

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