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Dom Silverio

Member Since:
December 22nd 2009
38 Posts
Digital hits, usually green blocks, on renders
by Bob Woodhead 2 weeks ago
Infrequently I'll find digital hits in the shape of small rectangles, usually green, on rendered footage. They'll be in a section of timeline, always play back in the same spot, can pause on them, exp
Re: Digital hits, usually green blocks, on renders
by Dom Silverio 2 weeks ago
Unfortunately, this is a design flaw on that Mac. During heavy CPU and GPU usage, the computer is unable to dissipate heat fast enough thus can cause random corruption. I highly recommend keeping rend
Premiere on a MacBook Pro - ugh!
by Steve Connor 1 month ago
Day to day I edit using FCPX on a top spec 2015 MacBook Pro, very happy with the speed I get with XAVC material shot on FS7 and FS5's, I also use a lot of library material which is mostly .h264 - neve
Re: Premiere on a MacBook Pro - ugh!
by Dom Silverio 1 month ago
MPE still assists during playback. The extent depends on the codec. Just tested with XDCAM and XAVC-S, GPU load was significantly higher under OpenCL vs software only.
Apple dropping codec support...repercussions
by Shane Ross 2 months ago
So, Apple in it's infinite and ever-forward thinking wisdom, dropped support for many many legacy codecs. The excuse was that they weren't 64 bit compatible and they are moving to all 64-bit processin
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Re: Apple dropping codec support...repercussions
by Dom Silverio 2 months ago
Tod Hopkins " Apple has simply decided they don't want to do this work anymore, but they are not stopping others from doing it." AFAIK, a lot of the codecs they are "retiring" were never written by A
The Cheese Grater is back
by Craig Seeman 3 months ago
The Cheese Grater is back with 8 PCIe slots. The Kremlinologist can examine the FCPX screenshot. Afterburner. Things that make you go hmmm.
Re: The Cheese Grater is back
by Dom Silverio 2 months ago
There are M2 to PCIe solutions out there. Assuming Apple does not go the proprietary route you can use those. I'm not sure if you can use it as a boot drive. That will depend on Apple's implementation
after AMC install, entire computer is running slow
by Thomas Parker 5 months ago
Hello, I recently installed AMC on my Macbook Pro 10.12.6 Mid 2012 2.6GH Intel Core i7. Ever since then the entire computer barely runs, even when AMC is not in use. The Avid icon that lives in the to
Re: after AMC install, entire computer is running slow
by Dom Silverio 4 months ago
Uninstall Avid Link. Then delete this folder: Library Caches Avid AvidLink reboot Reinstall Avid Link latest version.
Unity, FCP 7, Snow Leopard?
by Mike Kahn 10 years ago
I posted this in the SAN message board but haven't had many responses. Maybe I'll have better luck here. I work in a facility in which we mostly have Avid clients. Now we have a FCP Client with 3 seat
Re: Unity, FCP 7, Snow Leopard?
by Dom Silverio 10 years ago
Why do you have to put the render locally if you don't mind me asking
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