1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 16, 2014 6:49 AM by drichardson1976
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I've recently upgraded to FCP X 10.1.  (I love all the improvements, but don't yet see the benefit of Libraries honestly :-)

 

I had some FCP Events stored on my Mac Hard drive and updated those to the new Libraries format along with the upgrade to 10.1.  No problems.  However, I didn't have my external drive connected at the time I upgraded.  The external drive has hundreds of FCP Events.  Now, I can't seem to upgrade the FCP Events to the new Libraries format in a bulk way.

 

It seems like FCPX 10.1 will support importing multiple old FCP Events into a new or existing library.

 

See http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5958

 

Q - Q- How do I update projects and events in a SAN location or folder?

A- Click the Locate button when you first open Final Cut Pro X 10.1, or choose File > Update Projects and Events.

 

However, when I hit the "Locate" button and navigate to the "Final Cut Events" folder on my external hard drive, it is un-selectable.  And there is a message in the popup navigation window that says "The current selection is not valid.  Choose another SAN location or folder"  Any advice on how to get this working?


MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012), OS X Mountain Lion (10.8.4)