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Choppy video in Canvass FCP


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I have encountered something new with FCP. I'm working on a small home video nothing crazy just a few transitions and thats about it. The problem I'm experiencing is that after I place an event in the timeline and render it and watch it in the Canvass it plays very choppy. That same event played in the the Viewer plays very smoothly. What is happening and why? I cleaned up my boot disk, made my sencondary drive my scratch disk and I'm still having the same problem. Any suggestion to to rectify this problem would be very appreiciated.

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