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  • Red Files look blue after Linking.

    Hello! I just linked footage that was shot on an Epic Dragon; 4K. When I linked the footage I noticed that it looks BLUE! That is right BLUE! I don't know what could have caused this. I opened the source settings inside avid and the footage looks ok, but it still looks blue on the Source monitor...
    Posted to Get Started Fast (Forum) by Joel Baquero on Wed, May 23 2018
  • Reset the blue bar on all clips to the start?

    Here's my situation. I was just handed a hard drive with about 700 clips. Shot by shot clips. I need to archive it all. Whoever had the drive obviously went through all the clips and moved the blue position bar. So when I select all and drag to my timeline all the clips drop but only from the blue...
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by Vincent on Wed, Mar 12 2014
  • Crash when initialize audio plugins in MC 6

    Well this is my problem: When i launch MC 6 and it goes to INITIALIZE AUDIO PLUGINS, it crashes to a blue screen with the "The clock has stopped" and my pc restarts. *I got the same problem when launching Pro Tools I got this specs: Processor: AMD FX 8 Core 3.1 Ghz Ram: 16 GB Video: Radeon...
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by valvrd on Mon, Feb 6 2012
  • DPX to MXF wrong color - Blue and Red Channels Inverted---Need Help

    Hi! I received files shot on a Phantom camera. They where converted in DPX format from a client. I'm using Avid MetaFuze to convert the media in MXF to edit in MC5.5. The RED and BLUE color channels are inverted. Can you help me? Thanks in advance P.S. Is the solution in MC5? Should I post this question...
    Posted to MetaFuze Forum (Forum) by birck on Thu, Jun 9 2011
  • Performance indicators

    Hey, There used to be a colored line underneath the time line that would tell you if you were taking a performance hit and where it was happening. For expample (this is not accurate just to give you an idea) a red line might mean that your Graphics Card might not be able to keep up. A blue line might...
    Posted to Avid Media Composer - PC (Forum) by ryguy on Fri, May 7 2010
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