Question: original media are now aliased
Okay so I have a weird issue...
Today, I was working on a music video I need to finish, and it's all on my external drive. So, I decided I figured I would MOVE my specific event to my internal library on my MacBook pro.
After selecting that option, I found that it moved pretty quick. So I go onto my Internal library, and found that the files didn't link. They are ALL missing.
Now, I don't understand why my Original Media is deleted because I had nothing connected to my computer other than my external hard drive, AND I can't find the media on my external?!
How did Final Cut just go and delete these project files? I did not have a memory card inserted so I don't understand.
Matter of fact, I do know for a fact the original media WAS on my external hard drive because I literally tried doing the same thing on my Mac Pro. I tried moving it to a different library on a different external, but I did COPY. And it didn't COPY the original media, just the alias. But it was late at night so I didn't bother trying to trouble shoot.
Now, I am currently out of a project I need to finish and I have no original media anywhere!!
I'm using Final Cut Pro X 10.4.
I have used this option so many times without any error so I don't understand what I did wrong!