Creating a disk image as a contained workspace


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Creating a disk image as a contained workspace

As a media artist, you may want to hang onto absolutely every clip you shot and I recommend you do. That's called archiving your footage. In one of your drives somewhere, should contain everything you shot, at least until you finished editing the project. But why drag all that footage around with you if you're not going to use it to tell your story? Instead, let's create a virtual drive for your story footage that will let you focus on one story at a time. In Final Cut Pro, whenever you create a New Event, it's added to the list of other events also on that drive.

Now you could hide this and work with an external drive, but the same thing would happen, whatever events are on that external drive would appear underneath. The same thing happens in the Project Library, if there are projects created, you can't really hide them all that well. I am going to quit Final Cut Pro and show you a way to focus on just one project at a time. It's really a great tip. The first thing we a...

Creating a disk image as a contained workspace
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Creating a disk image as a contained workspace provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Diana Weynand as part of the Effective Storytelling with Final Cut Pro X v10.0.9

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