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    Burn poll, local rendering negating the need for a burn farm?
    posted by Brian Krusic on Oct. 30, 2014, 2:20 p.m. (2 days ago)
    Hi,

    Im contemplating the use of an add in graphics card so that Flame can kick renders to it while continuing unabated.  This would hopefully negate the need for a burn farm.

    Has any one run tests of this nature, comparisons etc...?

    Recently had a situation were we had to up our burn farm graphics from 3700 to older 4000 ($300 second hand market) due to its added t-ram.

    While its working now, Im thinking to future proof the farm with even better 4200 but they are more $$$.

    Also, has any run single proc CPU on there burn farm?

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"

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    Hi,

    Im contemplating the use of an add in graphics card so that Flame can kick renders to it while continuing unabated.  This would hopefully negate the need for a burn farm.

    Has any one run tests of this nature, comparisons etc...?

    Recently had a situation were we had to up our burn farm graphics from 3700 to older 4000 ($300 second hand market) due to its added t-ram.

    While its working now, Im thinking to future proof the farm with even better 4200 but they are more $$$.

    Also, has any run single proc CPU on there burn farm?

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"


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    Burn poll, local rendering negating the need for a burn farm?
    posted by Dan Young on Oct. 30, 2014, 6:05 p.m. (2 days ago)

    I'll bite - lots of my clients are going this way and it's been working very well. Mostly dual 6000 or dual K6000. Check with the Desk if they can run reactor with 4000s, but I doubt it.

    A second big GPU is about the cost of a mediocre burn node, and significantly faster round trip to the operator. Also, significant power savings not running mad pizza boxes.

    I have never seen a single proc burn node but if it's got a good GPU I don't see why not, providing there is good connectivity to the machines.

    I'd suggest stopping investment into burn nodes and have for almost a year now with great success. I'd be interested to hear arguments and cases to the contrary, though.

    DY

    On Oct 30, 2014 2:16 PM, "Brian Krusic" <brian@krusic.com> wrote:
    Hi,

    Im contemplating the use of an add in graphics card so that Flame can kick renders to it while continuing unabated. This would hopefully negate the need for a burn farm.

    Has any one run tests of this nature, comparisons etc...?

    Recently had a situation were we had to up our burn farm graphics from 3700 to older 4000 ($300 second hand market) due to its added t-ram.

    While its working now, Im thinking to future proof the farm with even better 4200 but they are more $$$.

    Also, has any run single proc CPU on there burn farm?

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"


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    I'll bite - lots of my clients are going this way and it's been working very well. Mostly dual 6000 or dual K6000. Check with the Desk if they can run reactor with 4000s, but I doubt it.

    A second big GPU is about the cost of a mediocre burn node, and significantly faster round trip to the operator. Also, significant power savings not running mad pizza boxes.

    I have never seen a single proc burn node but if it's got a good GPU I don't see why not, providing there is good connectivity to the machines.

    I'd suggest stopping investment into burn nodes and have for almost a year now with great success. I'd be interested to hear arguments and cases to the contrary, though.

    DY

    On Oct 30, 2014 2:16 PM, "Brian Krusic" <brian@krusic.com> wrote:
    Hi,

    Im contemplating the use of an add in graphics card so that Flame can kick renders to it while continuing unabated. This would hopefully negate the need for a burn farm.

    Has any one run tests of this nature, comparisons etc...?

    Recently had a situation were we had to up our burn farm graphics from 3700 to older 4000 ($300 second hand market) due to its added t-ram.

    While its working now, Im thinking to future proof the farm with even better 4200 but they are more $$$.

    Also, has any run single proc CPU on there burn farm?

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"


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    Quicktime file is locked by user (Win7/Isilon)
    posted by Fabrice Altman on Oct. 31, 2014, 7:25 a.m. (1 day ago)

    Hi,

     

    Am I right to assume that when a QuickTime movie (.mov) stored on a server is opened by a Win7 user in QT player or RV, that file can never be moved/renamed etc… ?

    Is there something that can be done about that at the server level (Isilon)?

    We have very little issues with file locks these days, apart from QuickTimes (and Excel).

     

    Cheers,

    F.

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    Hi,

     

    Am I right to assume that when a QuickTime movie (.mov) stored on a server is opened by a Win7 user in QT player or RV, that file can never be moved/renamed etc… ?

    Is there something that can be done about that at the server level (Isilon)?

    We have very little issues with file locks these days, apart from QuickTimes (and Excel).

     

    Cheers,

    F.


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  • 10/31/14--07:51: Font Management
  • Font Management
    posted by Phil Scherer on Oct. 31, 2014, 10:51 a.m. (1 day ago)

    Hi All,

     
    I'm looking for suggestions for a font server that will work on PCs and Macs, works with a render farm and Adobe CC.
    What do you guys use for serving fonts to your artists, designers, editors and animators?
     
    Thanks.
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    Hi All,

     
    I'm looking for suggestions for a font server that will work on PCs and Macs, works with a render farm and Adobe CC.
    What do you guys use for serving fonts to your artists, designers, editors and animators?
     
    Thanks.

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  • 10/31/14--11:15: Friday fluff
  • Friday fluff
    posted by Greg Whynott on Oct. 31, 2014, 2:15 p.m. (1 day ago)
    I'd wanted to tell you an UDP joke but I'm not sure if you would get it. -g To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    I'd wanted to tell you an UDP joke but I'm not sure if you would get it. -g To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 10/31/14--16:45: My scary pumpkin
  • My scary pumpkin
    posted by Greg Whynott on Oct. 31, 2014, 7:45 p.m. (1 day ago)
    No wifi zone. Frightening.
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    No wifi zone. Frightening.

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    RHEL 6.6/CentOS 6.6 vs Hyper-V 2012R2
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on Nov. 3, 2014, 11:25 a.m. (1 day ago)
    An upgrade from CentOS 6.5 to 6.6 killed DNS for a guest VM on top of Hyper-V 2012R2. A bit of digging turned up that the kernel in 6.6 supports TCP Offload on Hyper-V:


    and that seemed to be messing with DNS UDP packets. Turning off TCP offloading makes things work again. The underlying physical NIC is a Myricom 10GbE.

    Still trying to figure out the "best" way to disable TCP Offload for CentOS 6.6 guests...

    JF

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    An upgrade from CentOS 6.5 to 6.6 killed DNS for a guest VM on top of Hyper-V 2012R2. A bit of digging turned up that the kernel in 6.6 supports TCP Offload on Hyper-V:


    and that seemed to be messing with DNS UDP packets. Turning off TCP offloading makes things work again. The underlying physical NIC is a Myricom 10GbE.

    Still trying to figure out the "best" way to disable TCP Offload for CentOS 6.6 guests...

    JF


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    Open Source CMDB + rack diagram
    posted by Fatima Mojaddidy on Nov. 4, 2014, 9:30 a.m. (1 day ago)
    Hi all,

    It's been a while since I've posted anything here. I am looking for an Open Source CMDB that also has a feature to generate rack and network diagrams. The following link lists some of the Open Source CMDBs out there:http://linuxaria.com/article/6-cmdb-open-source

    I have not been able to find one that can also generate rack and network diagrams. If you know of an open source tool or combination of tools, please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Fatima
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    Hi all,

    It's been a while since I've posted anything here. I am looking for an Open Source CMDB that also has a feature to generate rack and network diagrams. The following link lists some of the Open Source CMDBs out there:http://linuxaria.com/article/6-cmdb-open-source

    I have not been able to find one that can also generate rack and network diagrams. If you know of an open source tool or combination of tools, please let me know.

    Thanks,
    Fatima

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  • 11/04/14--06:45: Lest we forget
  • Lest we forget
    posted by Rob LaRose on Nov. 4, 2014, 9:45 a.m. (1 day ago)

    I keep reminding people that nothing is really what it looks like anymore.  

    Why do phones have more problems now than they did 20 years ago?  Because its not a phone.  Its a little computer that LOOKS like a phone.

    Why isnt my monitor working?  Because its not a monitor.  Its a little computer that looks like a montior.  And somebody hacked the bash shell on it.

    http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAGE/public/kb/docDisplay/?spf_p.tpst=kbDocDisplay&spf_p.prp_kbDocDisplay=wsrp-navigationalState%3DdocId%253Demr_na-c04468293-2%257CdocLocale%253D%257CcalledBy%253D&javax.portlet.begCacheTok=com.vignette.cachetoken&javax.portlet.endCacheTok=com.vignette.cachetoken

    rob larose
     | engineer | rock paper scissors | 212-255-6446 | www.rockpaperscissors.com

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    I keep reminding people that nothing is really what it looks like anymore.  

    Why do phones have more problems now than they did 20 years ago?  Because its not a phone.  Its a little computer that LOOKS like a phone.

    Why isnt my monitor working?  Because its not a monitor.  Its a little computer that looks like a montior.  And somebody hacked the bash shell on it.

    http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAGE/public/kb/docDisplay/?spf_p.tpst=kbDocDisplay&spf_p.prp_kbDocDisplay=wsrp-navigationalState%3DdocId%253Demr_na-c04468293-2%257CdocLocale%253D%257CcalledBy%253D&javax.portlet.begCacheTok=com.vignette.cachetoken&javax.portlet.endCacheTok=com.vignette.cachetoken

    rob larose
     | engineer | rock paper scissors | 212-255-6446 | www.rockpaperscissors.com


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  • 11/04/14--09:00: LTO Archiving and MAMs
  • LTO Archiving and MAMs
    posted by Jathavan Sriram on Nov. 4, 2014, noon (1 day ago)

    Hi there,
    I was wondering what software/solution everyone is using in their facilities to archive data to LTO? (Not backup)

    Our facility and my predecessor started out with simply two LTO-5 drives, manual rsync writing to LTFS format and no real database to conquer the data. Now I have to find a good solution for this legacy horror that can actually scale well.

    The hard facts:

    • 220 LTO-5 tapes written in LTFS, no real MAM or database behind it.
    • We have budget to buy a Tape Library - probably a Quantum Scalar i80
    • Production Storage is a SAN running on Quantum StorNext

    The requirements:

    • The solution needs to have a functionality to “import/read” said 220 LTFS tapes and index them
      into its database

    • Needs to work with Tape Libraries

    • Needs to run on Linux

    • Should be able to connect to MAMs like CatDV

    • Some sort of Web browser based interface for triggering restore process and browsing the entire archive

    • Nice to have: Solution should continue using LTFS

    What we have tested so far:

    1) StorageDNA:

    • Works on LTFS
    • Importing legacy LTFS tapes is possible but very limited and a bit buggy
    • Not much control to organize your archive
    • Is Browser based
    • Restore and Archival can be triggered in browser

    Things we are considering:

    2) Archiware
    3) ???

    I would love to hear your input on this. Maybe you are very fond of a solution you know about or are using at your facilty.

    Thank you

    Jatha

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    Hi there,
    I was wondering what software/solution everyone is using in their facilities to archive data to LTO? (Not backup)

    Our facility and my predecessor started out with simply two LTO-5 drives, manual rsync writing to LTFS format and no real database to conquer the data. Now I have to find a good solution for this legacy horror that can actually scale well.

    The hard facts:

    • 220 LTO-5 tapes written in LTFS, no real MAM or database behind it.
    • We have budget to buy a Tape Library - probably a Quantum Scalar i80
    • Production Storage is a SAN running on Quantum StorNext

    The requirements:

    • The solution needs to have a functionality to “import/read” said 220 LTFS tapes and index them
      into its database

    • Needs to work with Tape Libraries

    • Needs to run on Linux

    • Should be able to connect to MAMs like CatDV

    • Some sort of Web browser based interface for triggering restore process and browsing the entire archive

    • Nice to have: Solution should continue using LTFS

    What we have tested so far:

    1) StorageDNA:

    • Works on LTFS
    • Importing legacy LTFS tapes is possible but very limited and a bit buggy
    • Not much control to organize your archive
    • Is Browser based
    • Restore and Archival can be triggered in browser

    Things we are considering:

    2) Archiware
    3) ???

    I would love to hear your input on this. Maybe you are very fond of a solution you know about or are using at your facilty.

    Thank you

    Jatha


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  • 11/04/14--09:40: Dell NX400 NAS?
  • Dell NX400 NAS?
    posted by Jean-Francois Panisset on Nov. 4, 2014, 12:40 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Has anyone played around with / deployed a Dell PowerVault NX400 NAS?


    I know this isn't the type of high performance / high capacity / highly scalable storage we normally discuss here, but what I'm looking for is a "install and forget" NAS for general administrative data (accounting, HR,...). And since those folks are mostly on Windows, a Server 2012R2 based box seems like it would be reasonably "plug and play" (famous last words...).

    Interested in any horror stories, or alternatives that don't require me to actually learn anything new since I'm very lazy for stuff that doesn't really interest me.

    JF



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    Has anyone played around with / deployed a Dell PowerVault NX400 NAS?


    I know this isn't the type of high performance / high capacity / highly scalable storage we normally discuss here, but what I'm looking for is a "install and forget" NAS for general administrative data (accounting, HR,...). And since those folks are mostly on Windows, a Server 2012R2 based box seems like it would be reasonably "plug and play" (famous last words...).

    Interested in any horror stories, or alternatives that don't require me to actually learn anything new since I'm very lazy for stuff that doesn't really interest me.

    JF




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  • 11/04/14--11:50: LTO Archiving and MAMs
  • LTO Archiving and MAMs
    posted by Bobby Jain on Nov. 4, 2014, 2:50 p.m. (1 day ago)
    I have been thinking about this and looking for an archive solution based on LTFS.

    We looked at the Cache-aPower-Cache Archive Server
    http://cache-a.com/products/power-cache/

    - LTFS storage
    - Browser based management
    - Backup jobs can span multiple tapes
    - Works with libraries

    Usage was simple enough, within the management interface, you mount a share from you NAS, and create a backup job. I believe it buffers to its internal RAID, so the stream to the tape is uninterrupted. One thing I did not like, was that the internal RAID was RAID0, and that's where the DB for your jobs is kept. I thought it was a heck of a design flaw, but they said it can be changed on order, so not a deal breaker.

    We have also been thinking about Spectra Logic's tape libraries, but it does not come with backup software. We wanted a package deal, and wanted to avoid either vendor pointing blame at the other if there was a problem.




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    I have been thinking about this and looking for an archive solution based on LTFS.

    We looked at the Cache-aPower-Cache Archive Server
    http://cache-a.com/products/power-cache/

    - LTFS storage
    - Browser based management
    - Backup jobs can span multiple tapes
    - Works with libraries

    Usage was simple enough, within the management interface, you mount a share from you NAS, and create a backup job. I believe it buffers to its internal RAID, so the stream to the tape is uninterrupted. One thing I did not like, was that the internal RAID was RAID0, and that's where the DB for your jobs is kept. I thought it was a heck of a design flaw, but they said it can be changed on order, so not a deal breaker.

    We have also been thinking about Spectra Logic's tape libraries, but it does not come with backup software. We wanted a package deal, and wanted to avoid either vendor pointing blame at the other if there was a problem.





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    BBC Television Centre Auction - Phase 2
    posted by Shane McEwan on Nov. 5, 2014, 4:55 a.m.
    G'day! The next round of the BBC Television Centre selloff is underway: http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?thisPage=15&id=119&perPage=50&sort=2&search=&cat=all Highlights include: HP server racks (including a couple still packaged and unused currently selling for 10 each!): http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?search=server+rack&refresh=0.5&perPage=50&sort=2&id=119 And pallet loads of APC UPSs: http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?search=ups&refresh=0.5&perPage=20&sort=2&id=119 Shane. To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe
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    G'day! The next round of the BBC Television Centre selloff is underway: http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?thisPage=15&id=119&perPage=50&sort=2&search=&cat=all Highlights include: HP server racks (including a couple still packaged and unused currently selling for 10 each!): http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?search=server+rack&refresh=0.5&perPage=50&sort=2&id=119 And pallet loads of APC UPSs: http://www2.ppauctions.com/auction.php?search=ups&refresh=0.5&perPage=20&sort=2&id=119 Shane. To unsubscribe from the list send a blank e-mail to mailto:studiosysadmins-discuss-request@studiosysadmins.com?subject=unsubscribe

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  • 11/05/14--09:05: Job Posting in LA
  • Job Posting in LA
    posted by Gary Mundell on Nov. 5, 2014, 12:05 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Posted on behalf of one of our Los Angeles based clients.
    Job Description
    We are a 24x7 post production facility specializing in online editorial, tape and file based mastering and quality control. Currently, we are looking to fill a full-time Python/Web developer position for our mission critical in-house intranet application. We desire motivated individuals who have strong work ethics with an aptitude to grow and learn.......

    If you are interested please send an email to jobs@southpawtech.com and we'll forward the complete job description and contact information.

    Cheers,

    Gary
    Southpaw Technology - TACTIC
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    Posted on behalf of one of our Los Angeles based clients.
    Job Description
    We are a 24x7 post production facility specializing in online editorial, tape and file based mastering and quality control. Currently, we are looking to fill a full-time Python/Web developer position for our mission critical in-house intranet application. We desire motivated individuals who have strong work ethics with an aptitude to grow and learn.......

    If you are interested please send an email to jobs@southpawtech.com and we'll forward the complete job description and contact information.

    Cheers,

    Gary
    Southpaw Technology - TACTIC

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  • 11/05/14--10:30: ClearCubes tips and tricks
  • ClearCubes tips and tricks
    posted by Brian Krusic on Nov. 5, 2014, 1:30 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Hi all,

    I am now finally starting to eval 2 of the ClearCubs models, there host cards as well as the set top boxes being ones that does 1920 and one that does 2560.

    Im doing local testing meaning LAN, not WAN so as to familiarize myself with these units.

    However Im noticing a tad bit lag, so would any one have some settings of importance that I should look at?

    Thanks in advance,

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"

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    Hi all,

    I am now finally starting to eval 2 of the ClearCubs models, there host cards as well as the set top boxes being ones that does 1920 and one that does 2560.

    Im doing local testing meaning LAN, not WAN so as to familiarize myself with these units.

    However Im noticing a tad bit lag, so would any one have some settings of importance that I should look at?

    Thanks in advance,

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"


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  • 11/05/14--13:35: Online vendor experience...?
  • Online vendor experience...?
    posted by Doug Meyer on Nov. 5, 2014, 4:35 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Anyone ordered from  criticalupgrades.com ?

    Good/bad/ugly?

    I'm looking for drive sleds for a Dell T630.  Looks like they have them but I am cautious as a lot of the CPU's and memory they list as "for the T630" aren't actually compatible with that chipset.


    Doug

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    Anyone ordered from  criticalupgrades.com ?

    Good/bad/ugly?

    I'm looking for drive sleds for a Dell T630.  Looks like they have them but I am cautious as a lot of the CPU's and memory they list as "for the T630" aren't actually compatible with that chipset.


    Doug


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  • 11/05/14--14:15: OT - Scale model hookup?
  • OT - Scale model hookup?
    posted by Brian Krusic on Nov. 5, 2014, 5:15 p.m. (1 day ago)
    Ola fellow hoobysists,

    Im posting this hoping that some one has a bro deal, or knows of a bro deal on Model Factory Hiro Formula 1 full detail kits.

    Id prefer 1/12 but 1/24 is totally do able.

    Although Ive never seen an MFH in the flesh, they seem to top Tamiya in build quality and detail.

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"

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    Ola fellow hoobysists,

    Im posting this hoping that some one has a bro deal, or knows of a bro deal on Model Factory Hiro Formula 1 full detail kits.

    Id prefer 1/12 but 1/24 is totally do able.

    Although Ive never seen an MFH in the flesh, they seem to top Tamiya in build quality and detail.

    - Brian

    Technologist...
    i.e., Purveyor of the ironic"


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    DaVinci Resolve Corrupted Frames While Scrubbing
    posted by William Sandler on Nov. 6, 2014, 10:10 a.m. (1 day ago)
    While scrubbing in DaVinci Resolve 11, we're seeing the kind of corruption in the picture below on random frames. The odd things is, if we go back and scrub the same set of frames, the corruption is on a different frame than the previous scrub. (For instance, on scrub 1, frame 49 is corrupted. On scrub 2, frame 49 is fine but 50 is corrupted. On scrub 3, frame 49 is once again corrupted).

    -We've tried a different computer, a different OS, and a different storage medium.
    -We sent the files to BlackMagic and when they scrub it, they don't have this corruption and sent us a video proving it.
    -This doesn't make sense to me because we have tried multiple computers.
    -We don't see the corruption when we import the project into After Effects.

    Ideas?


    Inline image 1




    William Sandler
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    While scrubbing in DaVinci Resolve 11, we're seeing the kind of corruption in the picture below on random frames. The odd things is, if we go back and scrub the same set of frames, the corruption is on a different frame than the previous scrub. (For instance, on scrub 1, frame 49 is corrupted. On scrub 2, frame 49 is fine but 50 is corrupted. On scrub 3, frame 49 is once again corrupted).

    -We've tried a different computer, a different OS, and a different storage medium.
    -We sent the files to BlackMagic and when they scrub it, they don't have this corruption and sent us a video proving it.
    -This doesn't make sense to me because we have tried multiple computers.
    -We don't see the corruption when we import the project into After Effects.

    Ideas?


    Inline image 1




    William Sandler

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    Blast from the past...errr, present
    posted by Doug Meyer on Nov. 6, 2014, 1:25 p.m. (1 day ago)
    This just showed up from Pixel Farm, for our network license server.

    I thought we were past this?  Physical dongles?

    oldskool.jpg
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    This just showed up from Pixel Farm, for our network license server.

    I thought we were past this?  Physical dongles?

    oldskool.jpg

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    Looking for a HVAC contractor in LA
    posted by Chris Peariso on Nov. 6, 2014, 1:43 p.m. (1 day ago)

    Does anyone know of a GOOD HVAC company in LA that has experience with server rooms?

    Thanks for the help.

    -c

     

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    Does anyone know of a GOOD HVAC company in LA that has experience with server rooms?

    Thanks for the help.

    -c

     


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