Final Cut Pro Tip #008

Final Cut Pro Tip #008 – Trashing Preferences FCP Rescue

We all know that the first step to any trouble shooting in FCP is to trash our preference files. You could go to ~/Library/Preferences/Final Cut Pro User Data and delete the files manually. But why not use some really cool, FREE, software to do it for you. Try FCP Rescue instead. You can back up your preferences, and restore them whenever you need to. It is a great tool, and a must for any FCP editor.

FCP Rescue


~ by jpicune on August 23, 2006.

One Response to “Final Cut Pro Tip #008”

  1. […] Apple has done a good job, of letting us save our personal settings. We can save keyboard layouts, button bars, and even window layouts. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to save our favorite effects. This may not be much of an issue if you use FCP Rescue because these settings are saved in the preference file (for more about FCP Rescue see Final Cut Pro Tip #008). […]

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