Cmd+Option+shift TOOLS gets you some data via the INTERNAL TOOLS option in the TOOLS window. These are normally not available. its not going to help you in this issue, but there are ways to utilize the data created to troubleshoot session problems.
FCP 7 uses a binary file in which it maintains its database to manage connections between the files and sequences in your session and the actual physical files. Note: Databases can be flat file(s), tables, multiple files, single files, DBMS, Relational, or just plan old flat files. It also contains timecode data, clip in and out points, nesting data and other automation data.
The FCP database is a basically a non-relational binary flat file based on a data set within the FCP session file. It is the data sets FCP uses to keep the links connected. This data can get corrupted and if it does, most of the time you can simply overwrite the bad data by re-linking your files, or if this doesn't work, you can create a new session file using media management, open it and deal with any left over issues manually.
The Final Cut Server database engine has been incorporated into FCP X to provide a better database media management tool set than FCP 7's database within it's binary session file.
Last edited by GeorgiaHilton; 08-04-2012 at 06:48 PM.