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Help! I need Final Cut Express help!


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I am needing some major help. I have begun editing my
Childhood Obesity feature doc, and my Final Cut
Express froze up on me. Can anyone help me?

While I was capturing footage, a box came up saying
'your startup disk is full'. Now, I can't capture any
more footage on my emac g4. I looked up mac support on
google, and it said I need to choose a different
volume on my scratch disc, but when I go to the
scratch disc in final cut express, there's no volume
option. I don't know what to do. I can't capture any
more footage on this emac. Can someone help me? Please
let me know if you can guide me....

Thank you!

Jack
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Sounds like your out of space.

When I'm working in FCP I use a external HDD for all my project related stuff.

You cant change the scratch volume if you dont have another disk to change it to.
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