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Nothing can be done with any editing program if you do not have the video material stored on the hard drives of your computer. It is therefore essential to capture the material before you can begin the editing process. Before you can begin capturing you must instruct the computer where the captured video files will be stored – in Final Cut Pro this area is called the Scratch Disks.
There are two ways to set the Scratch Disks. This can be done through the Final Cut Pro System Settings or one can set the Scratch Disks by opening the Log and ...