System - Macbook Pro 2.2Ghz i7 8GB ram - Intensity Shuttle Thunderbolt - WD Thunderbolt Duo 6TB running in Raid 0 Intensity is daisy chained through the hard drive to the macbook. - Intensity connected to u-verse receiver(cable provider) via component cable and stereo cables.
Fifa 12 Multiplayer Crack Winrar Password. Mac OS 10.7.4, Blackmagic Design Desktop Video 9.5.2, Media Express 3.1 The issue i'm seeing when trying to capture in 1080p 30fps 10 bit or just monitoring the preview from the media express application is that the video will randomly flicker and it will come and go recording or not. The mac has really no other software running beyond the OS and i'm not seeing high processor usage. I've ensured that I have all the latest software installed and monitored activity monitor when i've seen the issue can't seem to see any process running that would cause it. Here is a youtube video that displays the issue about 16 seconds in. Hello Samuel. Since you mentioned the U-Verse component analog connections, I though I would offer my experience.
I don’t record any of those signals, but all three of my U-Verse receivers deliver poor sync signals to all three of my monitor/TV’s when using the component output. I can see this on the monitors especially when there is a bright background and/or bright titles.
We would call this an APL (Average Picture Level) issue in the analog days. The digital outputs are fine which I normally use.
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Your receivers may be fine but I thought I would point this out as it seems to be a poor quality analog output on all of my receivers. They are now a year old but were that way from the beginning. If you connect your component signals directly to a monitor and see flashing during bright content, then I would suspect this would also cause issues during recordings. Regards, Gary Adams Gary Adams DaVinci Revival Product Manager Blackmagic Design. Yes it does flicker when hooked directly to the mac without going through the WD thunderbolt drive. It will randomly do it in preview mode. To clarify the source is 1080i 59.94 not 1080P as stated earlier.
I have tried changing thunderbolt, stereo, and component cables to see if they were the issue and I don't get a different result. I read the post from Gary Adams about the u-verse box, that could be the issue but unfortunately that's what I got this device to record from so I could archive the shows I want in HD for personal use. I would gladly use HDMI but as we know the intensity does not decode HDCP encoded HDMI signals. A side note about the u-verse box I do use HDMI to the TV but component to the intensity, also to note that while the u-verse box does output 1080i signal to both ports (HDMI & Component) at the same time I do have to have the TV on with HDMI active before media express will even see the 1080i signal from component port of the u-verse box which is sort of odd. I have used a slingbox hooked up the same way to component for some time and the tv never had to be on for it to see the u-verse 1080i component signal. Some other troubleshooting I did try was running the component cables through a Sony receiver back to the intensity to see if that cleaned up anything signal wise but it didn't make a difference. Perhaps the intensity is too sensitive to the analog signals from this source?