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Running into a very strange problem with wav files in a simple Watchout project. I have 3 HD video files running on 3 monitors and one 5.1 wav file. When I add the wav file to the project and go online, watchout transfers the file, but I get a red X on the production stage screens. Sometimes I get "Display computer disappeared" in the message window, but not always. I have tried to resample the file with Adobe Audition to 5.1 16bit 44100 ; 5.1 16bit 48000 ; stereo and the original 5.1 24bit 48000. All fail. If I remove the wav file everything works. The player log show the fol
Hi, I’m working with watchout 5.5.1. and I have the problem that while I’m fading movies in and out my display engines (I’m working with four devices and each one with one output) crash in different intervals. I tested my show with a different setup and it works, so I suppose that it has something to do with my hardware, but i can’t pinpoint it. Does anyone of you encounter a problem like this bevore? Or do you have any possible solutions? Thanks a lot Svenja
Hello Friends ! We had a computer crash after a good programming day and since we are unable to open the project. I take that the file is corrupt and the back up we have brings us back quite awhile... When updating is the .watch file located in the displays by any chance ? We are re-doing the changes and I asked the guys to keep a tighter backup but if anyone can help !!! I'm listening Seb
Hello I am having problems replacing footage files in the bin -- I double click on the file name in the bin, and browse to a new clip, then watchout periodically vanishes and reappears a few times before crashing altogether. This only occurs with certain clips, usually longer clips, but not all long clips. I can import the new clips into the bin manually by dragging them in, but my thumbnail icon shows only the unconnected film strip leader image. If I double click on that, watchout launches quicktime player and can play the source footage -- but internally it cannot 'see' it. It