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Old Dec 30, 2012, 09:07 PM   #1
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FCX, Take Project to another Mac

Hey guys and gals,

In Final Cut X, I've created a project on my iMac which has an intro, place holder middle part and end for CES which I will attend with my MBP. Now, without having to recreate parts of this (years past, I had exported the project > imported into MBP > Spliced and used the parts that I could > and recreated parts that would appear over footage that could only be captured at the event like names and titles).

Is there an easier way to do this? To move or export this project to my MBP?
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Can the section "Edit your project on a different computer" from the Final Cut Pro X Help help?
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Old Dec 30, 2012, 09:37 PM   #3
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Holy big lord, that is exactly what I needed. Just tested and its fast to do and works beautifully. If I could give you a big hug, I would totally do it.

Next time you're in LA, coffee is on me. Thanks so much
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Next time you're in LA, coffee is on me. Thanks so much
As long as it is not from of those chains, but a small, quick & dirty, mamas and papas coffee shop in the modern Southland.
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As long as it is not from of those chains, but a small, quick & dirty, mamas and papas coffee shop in the modern Southland.
Just discovered these guys yesterday, small, local and coffee is directly imported from Italy. Fantastic stuff:
http://www.yelp.com/biz/steampunk-co...valley-village
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