Final Cut Pro X: View the status of shared projects in Final Cut Pro
When you share a project, you can monitor the progress of the transcode in the Background Tasks window, and you can continue to work in Final Cut Pro while the file is transcoded. When transcoding is complete, a notification appears.
You can view the share history of a project and locate shared projects using the Share inspector.
If you share your project or clip to a web destination, you can also use the Share inspector to go to the website where the video was shared or send an email that includes the URL where the video was shared. If you share your project or clip using the Master File destination (or any custom destinations you create based on the Master File destination), you can locate the shared file in the Finder.
Open the Share inspector
In the Libraries sidebar, select the event that contains the shared clip or project you want to inspect.
In the browser, select the shared clip or project.
If the inspector isn’t already shown, do one of the following:
Choose Window > Show in Workspace > Inspector (or press Command-4).
Click the Inspector button on the right side of the toolbar.
Click the Share button at the top of the inspector.
A summary of the project’s or clip’s information appears at the top of the inspector, metadata (or attributes) included with the shared clip or project appears in the middle, and information about where the project or clip has been shared appears at the bottom.
Click the shared item’s pop-up menu to access more options. For example, you can visit the shared item’s website or email a link to a friend.
Visit the website where a project or clip was shared
In the Share inspector, click the shared item’s pop-up menu and choose Visit.
Note: Not all shared items have a pop-up menu.
Create an email to announce that a project or clip was shared to a website
In the Share inspector, click the shared item’s pop-up menu and choose Tell a Friend.
In Mail, complete the email that was created, then click Send.
The email includes a link to the website where the project or clip was shared.
Locate a shared project or clip in the Finder
In the Share inspector, click the shared item’s pop-up menu and choose Reveal in Finder.
Note: Not all shared items generate an output file that you can reveal in the Finder.
For more information about shared files, see Locate source media files.
Note: For information about removing a previously shared project or clip from a video-sharing website, see the documentation for the website.