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Scratch Disk for Final Cut Pro 7?


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Hello everyone,
I am now using Final Cut Pro 7 on OSX. Is there a set rule where I should create my scratch disk before every project? Final Cut's default location is in the Final Cut folder hierarchy. I was thinking about creating separate scratch disks in the documents section.
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