1397 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 9, 2011 5:44 AM by Bengt Wärleby
This is the only down side I have with FinalCut Express.
One need to be very disiplined to set up a project right from start.
AND - Cheque Scratch disks everytime one starts it again - more so if hard disks are moved
from one Mac to another.
A function that keept all material together in one folder (as iMovie movie project icons - with
a Star on) would mke life so much easier.
If FinalCut Pro - there is Help - a Project/Media Manager that can collect material
into a new folder. But that's the Pro version - and it costs.
I had to learn to keep an eye at this - everytime I start my FCE.
Yours Bengt W
A function that keept all material together in one folder (as iMovie movie project
That's what FCE and FCP do. They keep the material in the Capture/Scratch folder (one location) unless you tell it otherwise or move stuff around. How do you think iMovie would respond if you moved the user's Movies folder?
There is a Major difference between iMovie up to HD6 and iMovie'08 or 09 or 11
The iMovie Event resp iMovie Projects folders - in later versions of iMovie - I NEVER Touch !
iMovie previous version - was a DELIGHT when making the iMovie movie project folder (with a Star on it)
This could easily be move to where one wanted it - even sent to co-operator to finish
project on his/hers Mac.
As long as it was stored on a - Mac OS Extended formatted medium.
This is a great way to keep everything collected and easy to locate where space and
convinience is best.
Yours Bengt W