Steve, can’t answer any of your questions I’m sorry to say, but, what do you want to do that you can’t do on Media 100. I’m also running version 2.1.7 but on an older OS and find that there’s no reason to use any other application.
It is an unfortunate fact there there will be no further development, its been too long in limbo now for there to be a wide enough user base. Still brilliant as far as I’m concerned but the modern craze always for new things has done for Media 100.
Media 100 still works in Mojave.
It hasn’t been fully tested in Mojave, so the official word is try it at your own risk, however, I haven’t had anyone report any problems with it yet. When I tested it myself though, I was booting Mojave from an external SSD that became formatted to APFS during the process. I found as long as my media drives were still HFS+ hard drives, all worked well. However, trying to use APFS drives as my media drive, resulted in it working fine until rebooting, and then Media 100 not being able to find the media unless you manually relink to it.
Here’s the video I made about it last year:
Hope that helps! =).
I’d be curious to hear how you get on, if you do give MacOS Mojave a try! =). It can be pretty cool seeing the Media 100 file menu and context menus switch to dark mode, even if the windows themselves remain light.
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I’m staying with the older OS and Media 100, version 1.1.7 (I think).
Why change, everything works, I can edit, grade, use Boris Red, re conform, adjust aspect ratio etc etc, what more do I need? Is there any reason why it would stop working for me? I have the last of the Mac Pro towers with an SSD drive inserted. I need another twelve years (I’m 84), possible???
Hey My name is Brent Jeffers,
I’m an old school video editor, Trying very hard to find out if Media 100 works with Mojave OS, searching the universe for an answer, does anybody know???
Thanks if you have an answer,