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-If you need to do Item 4, which means adding new parameters that weren'​t there before, I recommend that you [[mailto:​support@noiseindustries.com|ask]] beforehand if it can be done safely. Why is adding new parameters such a big deal? Well it isn't for Motion, After Effects and Final Cut Pro 7. But if you add the wrong parameter in the wrong place, it will simply crash Final Cut Pro 6.+If you need to do Item 4, which means adding new parameters that weren'​t there before, I recommend that you ask beforehand if it can be done safely. Why is adding new parameters such a big deal? Well it isn't for Motion, After Effects and Final Cut Pro 7. But if you add the wrong parameter in the wrong place, it will simply crash Final Cut Pro 6.
  
 A good rule of thumb: always think of Final Cut Pro as a 80-year old man who doesn'​t like change. It hates change, and it makes a mental note of how your plug-in "​looked like" when you saved the project (what parameters were visible, what menu items were available in popup menus, etc.) Even if you make changes to a plug-in, Final Cut Pro will ignore those changes and display to the user only what it "​remembers"​. A good rule of thumb: always think of Final Cut Pro as a 80-year old man who doesn'​t like change. It hates change, and it makes a mental note of how your plug-in "​looked like" when you saved the project (what parameters were visible, what menu items were available in popup menus, etc.) Even if you make changes to a plug-in, Final Cut Pro will ignore those changes and display to the user only what it "​remembers"​.
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