A Word about Preferences

Setting up Preferences is not the most exciting place to start, however, it can save you a lot of hassle later on by getting it right from the beginning. The Preferences in Final Cut Pro X are relatively sparse compared to the myriad of choices offered in some editing programs.


There are five separate panes:

General, Editing, Playback, Import and Destinations. The most important of these for setting up your ...

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