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Activity Forums Apple Final Cut Pro Legacy FCP 7.01 update– who’s on first?

  • Mark Maness

    October 22, 2009 at 9:26 pm

    I wonder if it fixed the screen shift that I get with ANY non-square pixel footage using the AJA Kona 3 card with the 7.0 drivers.

    I have already contacted AJA about the issue and they have identified some programming issues and will fix by the end of the month according to the tech guy I spoke with.

    But, I’m not entirely sure that its an AJA issue.


    Wayne Carey
    Schazam Productions

  • Kevin Monahan

    October 22, 2009 at 9:51 pm

    Looking forward to the update. Should be a good one. Must do some tests first.

    Kevin Monahan
    60 Blu-ray Templates for Final Cut Studio 2009
    Author – Motion Graphics and Effects in Final Cut Pro

  • Mark Maness

    October 22, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    Well…. It looks like some of the issue is fixed! YEAH!!! Now, its up to AJA to fix the rest…

    When working with XDCAM HD, everything is fine now. The problem still exists with DVCProHD, but its a smaller screen shift now.


    Wayne Carey
    Schazam Productions

  • Colin Mcquillan

    October 22, 2009 at 11:41 pm

    Fingers crossed the copy/paste timeline renaming bug is fixed. that one is killing me…

    Colin McQuillan
    Vancouver, B.C.

  • Colin Mcquillan

    October 22, 2009 at 11:48 pm

    Unfortunately the rename problem isn’t specifically addressed in the release notes.

    Will test on the laptop.

    Colin McQuillan
    Vancouver, B.C.

  • Christopher Wright

    October 23, 2009 at 3:33 am

    Looks like FCP 7.01 update, and the just released AJA IO HD update 7.1 are joined at the hip.

    Dual 2.5 G5, IO, Kona LH, IO, Medea Raid, UL4D, NVidia 6800, 4Gig RAM
    Nehalem Octocore 12 GB Ram, Nvidia card, MBP, MXO, MXO2 mini, Windows Vista Adobe Studio CS4, Vegas 9.0, Lightwave 9.6, Sound Forge 9, Acid Pro 7, Continuum 6, Boris Red 4, Combustion 2008, Sapphire Effects

  • Nick Meyers

    October 23, 2009 at 5:07 am

    fortunately it is!

    “Fixes a situation where if you edited a freeze frame as the first shot of a sequence, then edited in a second shot after the freeze frame, the sequence name would change to match the second shot.”


  • Colin Mcquillan

    October 23, 2009 at 5:25 am

    Didn’t matter on my system if there was a freeze in the sequence or not. In fact I don’t think there ever was. The sequence always took the name of the newly pasted clip.

    In any case, on a quick test it seems to be all working the way it should, no more name changing!

    Colin McQuillan
    Vancouver, B.C.

  • Nick Meyers

    October 23, 2009 at 5:35 am

    that’s good, but now i’ve now got some bad news:

    i am now getting very clunky playback on Digital Cinema Desktop Preview.

    footage and sequences are ProRes PAL.

    while the image plays perfectly in the viewer or canvas,
    it has a “Dropping frames” look on the Desktop Preview.

    when i turn mirroring OFF, i get NO payback at all,
    just a frozen frame!

    i trashed my prefs (that’s trashed, not restored from a backup)
    and the problem persists.

    guess i’ll have to try a re-instal, but wont get to that for a while,
    so just wanted to post a warning.

    has anyone else seen this?


  • Dave Stenz

    October 23, 2009 at 4:14 pm

    I have the same issue (began with 7.0 and not solved yet). Also, if I show current frame, it will show a still on the Preview Monitor. When I press the space bar to continue playback, it flips the image up-side down.


    MACPRO 2×2.26, OS 10.6.1, QTx and 7, two 24″ LED backlit Displays ATI Radeon HD4870 and GeForce GT120 cards.

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