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Old 06-10-2019, 07:54 PM
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Default Error Launching Video Engine

This is seriously doing my head in. "Error Launching Video Engine"



It has been happening for a long time now, but since 19.5, it's happening a lot more (always when opening sessions).
It seems to be Codec agnostic. Always requires a full system restart and sometimes that will not fix it.

I thought it might be my Blackmagic hardware monitoring, however, it does it without that too.

Does anyone have any clues??


MacOS 10.14.5
PTUltimate 19.5
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