Another installment of our weekly list of serious, useful and unusual bugs in your NLE.
Here's another installment of our weekly list of critical, useful and bizarre bugs in your editing system.
After a long NAB-related hiatus, Bugs of the Week is back with a listing of serious, useful or bizarre bugs you should know about.
Here's another rundown of critical, strange and useful bugs in your NLE.
Here's another installment of our weekly selection of serious, useful and bizarre bugs in your NLE.
Audio corruption with Denoiser filter
(I too have experienced issues with this filter and have stopped using it)
Performance comparison between different apps playing an H.264 file
(the strange part is that QuickTime Player and FCPX both use AV Foundation)
We're back with more serious and unusual bugs in your NLE.
Another installment of serious, useful and bizarre bugs in your NLE.
Some of you may have experienced the beachball of death when FCPX tries to load a project and eventually resorted to force-quitting the app.
In most cases, the app hasn't hung at all but is just taking a really long time to open the project. If you leave it long enough (8-12 hours) it should eventually open. We recommend running our Project Repair tool to optimize the project file before doing this, as the optimization process lowers the file size and can shave off some loading time.
The reason it is taking so long is that the project has become too complex. A common cause of this is over-use of compound clips, especially compound clips inside multiclips. I have seen this lead to multi-gigabyte project files, even though the timeline was only a few minutes long.
Once the project opens successfully, begin the process of removing the compound clips. FCPX will hang for a short while whenever you try to do anything, but as you reduce the number of compound clips it will become more and more responsive.
After a little hiatus, Bugs of the Week is back with more serious, interesting or unusual bugs for your NLE.
Summary of some of the changes in Media Composer 6.5.2 (improved trimming performance is huge if true)
Thunderbolt devices can be disrupted by mobile phone signals (apparently this can also affect FireWire)
Here are some more critical, useful and bizarre bugs that you should know about.