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  • Tue, Sep 18 2012 9:17 PM

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    how to register interplay transfer engines

    hi interplay users,

    i need interplay to get op1a files. i set it up with MC 5.5 and interplay 2.3 and it works well.

    now i'm on SYM 6.03 and interplay 2.7 and i always get the error message : "... Username not registred ...."  from the tranfer engine console. so im searching around and found in the 2.7 readme:

    "Registering Interplay Transfer Engine
    Registering Interplay Transfer Engines using the Interplay Transfer Settings in the Interplay
    Administrator does not allow the Avid editing applications access to the Interplay Transfer
    Engines. To allow an Avid editing application, such as Avid NewsCutter, access to the
    Interplay Transfer Engines, you must register the Interplay Transfer Engines using the Avid
    editing application’s Transfer Settings.
    udev00227088 as designed"

    i think thats my fault, i dont register - but where i must do this?! and how to check udev00227088<- whats that? please help.

    MC 2018.5 & SYM / BM Monitor4K / Windows 10 prof. 64 bit / i7 3930k / Quadro M4000 [view my complete system specs]
  • Wed, Sep 19 2012 1:57 AM In reply to

    Re: how to register interplay transfer engines

    " udev00227088"

    This is an internal identifier Avid uses.  It may have been a bug, or feature update etc.  My guess is that it should have been deited out of the final docuemnt.

    Meanwhile, from within Media Composer, go to the Project Window, then the Settimgs Tab, then Transfer.  This is where you will be able to register the engine(s).  It's on the second tab.

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  • Wed, Sep 19 2012 5:59 PM In reply to

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    Re: how to register interplay transfer engines

    thanks randall, i fill out the transfer tab in the settings.

    when i start to "send to playback it went fine till this error cam up:

    "Error enountered in Session 1, [Unexpected exception AMSP::Sender:SendComposition]REGISTRY ERROR: Cannot retrieve connection information -Username "Registry Error] 37 0 "

    MC 2018.5 & SYM / BM Monitor4K / Windows 10 prof. 64 bit / i7 3930k / Quadro M4000 [view my complete system specs]
  • Sun, Sep 23 2012 4:03 PM In reply to

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    Re: how to register interplay transfer engines

    please someone give me a hint where can i fix this.

    i get this error @ interplay 2.5.01 / 2.6 / 2.7

    MC 2018.5 & SYM / BM Monitor4K / Windows 10 prof. 64 bit / i7 3930k / Quadro M4000 [view my complete system specs]
  • Mon, Jun 27 2016 4:26 PM In reply to

    Re: how to register interplay transfer engines

    Old thread I know.... but did you ever find a fix?

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