Deleting Generated Files While Editing to Free Up Hard Disk Space

Posted December 27, 2016
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Desperate for more hard drie space? Tired of moving projects and libraries around? Don't want to have to go through and delete old raw footage and exports? There is another way!

Try deleting unused generated media giles with just a few clicks.

Kelly shows you how to do it step by step in Final Cut Pro, but you can try the same idea in any other application.

 


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