on Jan 9, 2014 at 6:44:03 am Last Edited By Jesse Glucksman on Jan 9, 2014 at 11:07:16 pm
Bit of a problem here...
Running 10.0.2 (but just installed 10.0.1 but the problem persists) on my Mac running OSX 10.8.5. Have not had issues until just now.
I just started a project for a short film shot on Red. When I brought clips into the media pool, I got a warning saying the Decklink card is having a problem (I can't recall the exact wording).
I restarted the system, and now Resolve won't open. The box that pops up gets as far as "Starting up" or "Looking for control surface" (which I don't have) and then shuts down. I haven't done a full uninstall as I haven't backed up recently and a full uninstall makes me a bit jittery. Hope some of you are still awake...
If I have to do a full uninstall, what can I do to save all the work I have going on? Thanks.
(Edit: I uninstalled and reinstalled 9.1.6 with the same issue. Re-re-installed 10.0.2, no change. Possibly this is a result of a problem with my Decklink SDI card? Would an issue with the video card prevent Resolve from even opening? Please help--I'm high & dry here.)
I even went ahead and bought a new Decklink SDI card, assuming my old one was broken. Still nothing. New card, same problem. I'm in trouble. Anyone have any suggestions?
By prefpane do you mean the Blackmagic Design page in my System Preferences? I don't see anything that specifically says the card is detected, but there are no warnings, and I'm getting video when I open a project in Final Cut.