Currently Being ModeratedApr 2, 2013 9:19 AM (in response to thenewestbutler)
It's possible that Soundtrack Pro has gotten corrupted, but start by quitting your ProApps and repairing permissions and restarting the system. If nothing has changed, running Crash Analyzer from Digital Rebellion's Pro Maintenance Tools (or decyphering the crash logs the hard way) should give you an idea what is failing.
I am most grateful for you reply but unfortunatly I'm afraid I didn't understand a word of it I have reinstalled it to no avail. I could do with knowing how to uninstall the final cut studio and I will re install it again. I am most grateful for you reply though, thank you, perhaps if there is an easier way to explain, what to do? (what is ProApps and repairing permissions?)
The Butler (Carl)
Currently Being ModeratedApr 2, 2013 10:29 AM (in response to thenewestbutler)
and download FCS remover. Use it, then re-install.
The same site (Digital Rebellion) makes software that helps Final Cut users. Look around there.
ProApps is a term used for the Final Cut Studio applications. PROfessional APPlicationS = ProApps
Hi Rat Vega
Thanks again for your help, your advice resolved my problem. all is now fine. Just to say that I first got "FCP Studio" 18 months ago, which was exspensive but good, I then downloaded "FCPX" which is bril. I would have liked to have kept the older "FCP" but the movie editor would not open after downloading the newer "FCPX".
When, after uninstalling all, using the program you advised, and reinstalling the studio from the disc's again everything worked fine, including the older movie editor (FCP 7) But when I downloaded "FCPX" from Apple, for about half an hour it would only open "FCP 7"? Then without warning, "FCPX" opened. Interesting!!!!
Hope you can understand all that. Having said all that I would have liked to have had both version, as 7, will export to Tape, and of course I have paid for both, but not to worry, anyway Thanks again for your help. I am well satisfied.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 5, 2013 8:36 AM (in response to thenewestbutler)
It is possible to run both versions of Final Cut, but I haven't done it so you need to search the forum for the details. I believe it involves partitioning a hard drive to stop the "cross talk" you experienced. It might be a good solution.
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