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Nicholas Maude
Suddenly my viewer and monitor have turned green
on Oct 23, 2013 at 7:44:56 pm

Please help.

I'm editing on Final Cut Pro 7. Suddenly today when I opened it up, both video screens (the viewer and the canvas) are green. No video image plays although I can hear it.

I'm at a complete loss. The only thing I did today was update I-Tunes. This may be wrong as I had to update a few things to plug in a new IPhone 5s. Darn Apple.

If anyone has any ideas, please help.


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Rafael Amador
Re: Suddenly my viewer and monitor have turned green
on Oct 24, 2013 at 2:08:17 pm

[Nicholas Maude] "This may be wrong as I had to update a few things to plug in a new IPhone 5s."
Are you editing any unsupported format (AVCHD/H264/Mp4)?
If so, convert the stuff to Prores.
rafael


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Nicholas Maude
Re: Suddenly my viewer and monitor have turned green
on Oct 24, 2013 at 2:45:06 pm

Hi. No, I was half way through an existing HDV edit. I assume by downloading a new version of the operating system that it knocked out a codec. I even tried opening final cut express and the monitor was also gone on that programme. In the end I decided to reinstall Final Cut Pro and now everything is working normally. Thank goodness.


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Mike Kahn
Re: Suddenly my viewer and monitor have turned green
on Oct 24, 2013 at 7:25:24 pm

Try to delete your render queue and thumbnail cache. Sometimes they can get corrupted and show green screens.


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seyi adebanjo
Re: Suddenly my viewer and monitor have turned green
on Nov 23, 2013 at 7:54:52 am

thanks for that info mike, my viewer turned green and that fixed the issue


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