Apple's FxFactory manages plug-ins and add-ons that integrate with Apple's Final Cut Pro, Motion and Final Cut Express software programs for Macintosh-based computers. Plug-ins add specific functions to a software program that the program could not normally achieve on its own. You may no longer use FxFactory, which means you may want to remove it from your computer. Macintosh computers store software programs in a bundle format, allowing them to be removed in a straightforward process.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Click "File" from the menu bar and choose "New Finder Window." Alternatively, you can click the "Finder" icon on the dock.
Click the "Applications" icon in the task bar on the left of the Finder window.
Click the "FXFactory" folder and drag it onto the "Trash" icon on the Dock.
Click the "Finder" icon on the menu bar and choose "Empty Trash" to permanently uninstall FX Factory on your computer.
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