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I can't export from Final Cut Pro X to QuickTime.

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I created a movie using Final Cut Pro X 10.0.8, on Mac OS Extended (journal) Version 10.08.4. The movie is 1hr 20min and when I try to export (share) it, an error message keeps coming. I tried with Apple devices as well as master default but didn't work with both. The Error message is as follows: "The Share Operation Apple Device 1080p has failed Error message QuickTime:-50" or "The Share Operation Master Default has Failed Error message QuickTime:-50". What should I do?

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In order to fix the problem, select a video file from the timeline and click Reveal in Finder from the context menu. Once your current project appears in Finder, delete all files within the folders render files and transcoded media, close the application, empty the Trash, launch the program again and try to export. If it doesn't work, go to the Applications directory, select Final Cut Pro X and click Get Info. Check the box that tells you to disable AppNap and try again. If the problem persists, access the official forum for further solution.

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