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Old 07-29-2004, 08:09 AM
tsugi tsugi is offline
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Default Sync offset changes with move to 6.4


I had everything set up sweetly on 6.2, and for playing PAL QT out the firewire port; 13 qtr frames was bang on. I installed 6.4 - now 22 qtr frames does it. How I loathe the random side of computing sometimes!
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Old 07-30-2004, 07:10 AM
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Default Re: Sync offset changes with move to 6.4

Interesting you say that. I've been used to dealing with about 14~15 qtr frames (w/advc100), but just loaded up a project on the new system (6.4) and felt that too, ~20. I haven't even started to test whether movies will compensate along with audio with ADC turned on, but I'm curious about that too and will play around with that when I have the chance.

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