Troubleshooting data and settings corruption problems


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Troubleshooting data and settings corruption problems

Let's face it, sometimes software crashes. Many times it's because of problems with corrupt settings or corrupt data that a program will launch or crashes while launching or crashes while doing a certain task. Fortunately there are a few troubleshooting tips that you can try to follow to de-corrupt your settings and data and get back up and running in no time. Now one of the first things you can try to do is simply delete your preference files to clear up buggy behavior. To do this you'll first need to quit Final Cut Pro. Then you'll need to delete your Preference files. They are located in your personal User folder. Then inside the Library folder and then inside Preferences.

Now to make matters even more difficult, the User Library folder has been hidden in recent versions of OS X. So if you're not afraid of poking around in the Mac terminal, the command to display the user Library folder is "chflags space nohidden space ~/Library". If you launch Final Cut and are sti...

Troubleshooting data and settings corruption problems
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Troubleshooting data and settings corruption problems provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ashley Kennedy as part of the Final Cut Pro X 10.0.9 Essential Training

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