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Old September 21st, 2015, 05:15 PM   #1
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Saving the day with an Atmos Ninja and the Matrox MXO2

I had this old HDV footage editing project from 2008 which had originally been ingested (via composite) in standard definition and edited on that basis. As part of slowly retiring my HDV tape usage, I had been ingesting my tapes digitally and updating projects such as this one to a final high-definition version.

Everything was great, and I go to encode it out to a single finished file. Error compiling movie. Weird, after all there is no error in it playing through the timeline. Works beautifully.

Maybe I could possibly find out what in PPro is giving it a hiccup. Nah, can't be bothered.

Instead, I hook up the Ninja to the HDMI output of my Matrox MXO2 and record it directly to a ProRes file. Solved the problem by bypassing it directly. Think of it as an analogue-ish workaround to a digital problem.

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