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Ruggero Lauria
AJA Out of SYNC!! NO SOLUTION
on Jan 24, 2014 at 1:22:43 pm

Hi,

After apple iOS upgrade (Maverick) all our AJA components import video from all SONY VTR with out of sync audio!
INCREDIBLE!

We have one AJA ioHD and an AJA KONA LHi.

I tried to unistall and re-install driver but nothing.

BUT updating AJA KONA Lhi to the new drivers, the problem solve!

The BIG problem is that AJA ioHD don't have new drivers because is out of sale!

SOLUTION?? It seems very incredible!

R


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Mark Suszko
Re: AJA Out of SYNC!! NO SOLUTION
on Jan 24, 2014 at 3:40:05 pm

Search for an earlier firmware update of the AJA IO with a google search. When you find the firmware patches, save copies for future use.

Maybe you can revive it.

Start saving up for a Blackmagicdesign unit to replace the IO.


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Ruggero Lauria
Re: AJA Out of SYNC!! NO SOLUTION
on Jan 24, 2014 at 3:43:37 pm

Mark, The firmware is already Updated!


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Bret Williams
Re: AJA Out of SYNC!! NO SOLUTION
on Jan 24, 2014 at 4:10:10 pm

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Shane Ross
Re: AJA Out of SYNC!! NO SOLUTION
on Jan 24, 2014 at 5:15:20 pm

My rule of thumb is to never update the OS on systems I rely on for work, and that are working well. My FCP system drive is still on 10.6.8, for example. Updating the OS to the latest one, when two things you are using have been discontinued, isn't wise. Mavericks didn't take FCP7 into account when it was made...and AJA doesn't update drivers for hardware it has discontinued for over two years now.

If you rely on FCP 7 and the IoHD...don't upgrade. It might be wise to either partition your hard drive into two, and install older OS version onto that...or revert your whole system to an earlier version.

Why did you upgrade anyway? I only upgrade when I absolutely must, in order to make something work...and even then, as you can tell, I partition my drives, or install new OS versions on new drives. My MacPro has three boot partitions.

Shane
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