January 13, 2021, 08:46 AM
Proxies are smaller, low-resolution versions that serve as a substitute for the original camera media when your computer is not powerful enough to smoothly handle high-resolution material or demanding codecs. Since the Final Cut Pro 10.4.9 update, a few things have changed regarding proxies. I’ll show you a few new ways to work with proxies in Final Cut Pro in this Quick Tip video.
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