When Final Cut Pro X starts to act squirrelly, the best trouble-shooting technique is to trash its preference files.
I’ve written about this a lot – for example, here. However, I haven’t created a video that shows how this works, until now.
In this video tutorial, I show you where Final Cut’s preference files are located, how to access them, and how and why to trash them. Along the way, I’ll illustrate the “Four Rules” of trashing preference files.
NOTE: This technique only applies to Final Cut Pro X, trashing preference files is not recommended as a general trouble-shooting technique for all applications.
TRT: 3:07 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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