Here is a 15 minute tutorial showing the whole process – from extracting the help system from Final Cut to compiling the document in TextEdit:
I deleted 4-5 minutes of waiting for content to be inserted and pasted (on my MacBook Pro), so it shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes to finish. It’ll be faster if you have Pages from Apple’s iWork suite, or can still use the free trial period.
See my previous post for instructions:
1. Create a copy of the documentation system and make all hidden text visible. Creating a version that can be viewed in your favourite web browser.
2. Combine the 3,500 html and graphics files together in a single document.
You can do the same for the other applications in Final Cut Studio. Here are the locations for the help systems for each of them.