Is there a way to force unrender clips by selecting them? For example, I have a sequence of dissolves (or audio renders) is there a way to force unrender those without manually changing each file. It would be nice If I could select the dissolves and force unrender. Media 100 had this, but I can’t seem to figure how to do it in FCP. I understand I can delete all of my render files, but at this point I don’t want to rerender all of my sequences for this project. Thanks.
Thanks for the tip. I think I found a way actually. I dropped an empty motion project on a v track over the clips I wanted to unrender. I deleted the empty project and all the clips underneath it then were unrendered. For audio, i just kept adding filters until i got a red bar, then I control clicked all of the clips and removed attributes > audio > filters. Not elegant, but it works on big bunches of clips w/dissolves.
In theory yes, but I only want to do it to a certain number of clips w/ dissolves. Also, I stay away from the Media manager as it has burned my cohorts & I in the past. the reason I have to do this is because my render files are ‘lost’. They appear in the timeline, but they are no where to be found on the media drive. So basically, there’s no media files to delete, but the render files are still playing back. My best guess is that it’s a bad/lost/corrupt directory somewhere. It all happened when I switched to a new media drive on Tuesday. Thanks for the tip.