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    Idea [I] MC 2019.7 now available

    MC 2019.7 now available

    The new Media Composer 2019.7 release along with Media Composer | First 2019.7 was made available, Tuesday July 23rd, 2019.

    Location: Updates to Media Composer are available from Avid Link, MyAvid and the Avid Download Center (login and password required).

    Dongle Info (Mac Only): If you have a dongle, the dongle Sentinel driver installer is no longer automatically installed when you install the editing application. The driver is now located in the Avid_Utilities folder. If you have a dongle, manually install the driver from this location (/Applications/Utilities/Avid_Utilities/Sentinel_Driver).

    Status of Support Plan:  The ability to launch this Media Composer 2019.7 software is dependent on the status of your Upgrade and Support Plan on the date this software version is released.  

    What’s fixed in 2019.7:  The following have been fixed:

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-2905. Using the arrow up and arrow down keys to move clips from one track to another did not work when a nested effect was open.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3016. Audio meters did not display in the Audio Tool, Audio Mixer or Timeline window during a Digital Cut.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-2986. In some instances, adjusting audio level from the Audio Mixer, while playing a sequence, did not affect the volume.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3006. (Windows) Media Composer would crash when importing embedded AAF into a 25fps HD project.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3112. (Script View) In some instances, Media Composer would crash when scrolling in a large bin and while playing in the Source/Record monitor.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3003. You could not rename group clip tracks.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-2899. All related media object where not highlighted when selecting

    media relatives if you grouped clips and selected Select Sync Clips Using “Film TC/Sound TC”.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3031. In some instances, when I/O hardware was enabled, you could not import/transcode to AVCIntra50.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3036. When working with an HD 1080p 25 project, transcode options changed if I/O hardware was enabled/disabled.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3032. You might have received an “Exception: No Source” error when performing a video mixdown and choosing over/under as a Stereoscopic option.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3086. You could not copy and paste markers using Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3059. You could not save newly created and renamed shared bins in project sub folders.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3041. If you pressed ESC a few seconds after performing a trim, the Timeline did not update correctly.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3026. When consolidating a subclip with “Delete original media files when done” enabled, an unrelated Transcode notification message was displayed.

    -  Bug Number: MCCET-3073. AAF exports did not include the media if the clip was muted.

    -  Bug Number: ETE-1512. A dark gray fill (instead of black) is provided now in the viewer for Pillar and Letter box areas that are not masked.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11146. Removed Show Position and Show Effect Contents from the Timeline settings.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-8227. When switching between MXF and OMF media types in the Media Creation window, the window would not refresh until it was reopened.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-8527. The Tool Palette moved position after resizing.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10060. Precomputes were lost when reentering the Avid Titler+Title tool.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10346. An asterisk might have appeared in the Bin name even if no changes had been made to the bin.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10412. You might have experienced problems loading sequences with Avid Titler+ titles between Windows and Mac systems.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10512. Avid Titler+ characters did not maintain relative position between each other during animation playback.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10624. Scrolling in Text view in a bin was column by column rather than by pixel.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10632. Even when a change was made, the Bin View name did not display in italics to indicate a change to the view had been made.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10801. Changing the sequence name in Frame View did not update the name in the Composer monitor or in the Timeline.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10818. Floating a bin might have resulted in the bin resizing too small.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10880. When creating a Volume Bin, “Export Folder” and “Set location” text does not display correctly if you are working in a Russian locale.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10918. Mapping “Set Bin Display” to a letter on the keyboard did not work.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10934. Typing the first letter of setting displayed the setting at the bottom of the window rather than in the middle of the window.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-10995. When in Frame view, if you dragged a clip to the Source Monitor, the clip would load into the source monitor, but the clip’s thumbnail was moved to an unintended location within the bin.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11131. In some instances, effects with graphic backgrounds did not draw correctly in the track effect dialog.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11145. An Interlaced Roll/Crawl motion effect created with Titler + appeared as a frame motion rather than field motion effect.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11191. Double clicking to float an existing bin always stacked the bin in same position/size and did not retain its last known state.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11231. You might have experienced an occasional crash on exit with AJA 4K hardware attached. You must update to AJA Desktop software v15.2 to see this fix.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11245. The File Cache tab in Media Cache Settings window was cut off and difficult to activate.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11299. The font appeared bold in the Name fields for the Source and Record side of the Composer window.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11317. Titler + titles appeared in the bin without an icon. 

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11429. The Name column did not appear as the first column in the Media Tool.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11442. (Bin Frame view) Clicking near edge of a selected item in the bin while in text-edit mode deselected the item.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11453. The Audio Clip Gain window did not remain open when you tried to enter a value from the keyboard or if you tried to move the slider up with the mouse.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11491. Pressing and holding the ALT key while dragging a number of clips onto the Record monitor did not create a sequence with the clips in the order they were sorted in the bin.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11492. If you selected a dropdown menu in the Inspector Tool and then clicked on another window, focus remained on the Inspector Tool.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11530. Double clicking a clip in Bin Frame view to load in the Composer monitor did not leave focus on the Composer monitor.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11534. The Lock/Unlock Bin options were missing from the Bin Container sidebar context and Fast menus.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11546. You might have received a “Crumb not found” error when deleting markers in the Source monitor.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11550. Perf information was missing in the Setting format pane of a film project.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11562. Tab and Shift+Tab did not allow you to move to the next or previous column in Bin Text View.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11568. With the Interface Brightness set to dark, track numbers were too light when you expanded the Audio Mixer Tool.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11569. You might have received a “PMM_SYNC_FAILURE” error when performing an Audio mixdown of a sequence with sub-clips and sample slip.

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    Limitations Media Composer 2019.7:  Listed below are the known limitations in v2019.7.

    -  Bug Number:  If you launch a project and receive an “Enable 3rd Party Emulation” warning, even if you select Enable in the warning dialog, you should also perform the following: Select File > Settings and click the Project tab. Click General Settings and select “Enable Bin Sharing on 3rd party storage emulating Avid NEXIS/ISIS.”

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-11197. In some instances, the Interleave option might not appear in the Export As dialog box. If you are performing an Export using the Avid Media Processor, the Interleave option should appear when you choose Stereo, 5:1, or 7.1 Audio.  Workaround: If it does not appear, briefly toggle back to the Mono setting, then toggle to Stereo Mix once again. Doing so should reveal the Interleave option.

    Bug Number: MCDEV-8641. (AMD Graphics). Systems with AMD graphics cards might display tearing when performing Full Screen playback.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-9460. Windows 7 systems with Nvidia Maxwell or Nvidia Pascal cards might experience playback issues that could result in “Play Consumer timeout” errors. Workaround: Select “Disable GPU Effects” in the Render Settings dialog box.

    Bug Number: MCDEV-9269. (Media Composer | Cloud) After performing a remote download operation on a sequence containing AVC-I 100 remote media, the downloaded media appears as XAVC-I 100. Workaround: Download the entire master clips.

    Bug Number: (Mac). You may occasionally see the menu bar flash followed by a brief beach ball. To fix this, deactivate “Displays have separate spaces” under System Preferences > Mission Control settings.

    Bug Number: MCDEV-9011. Intermittently, when working with the XDCAM Nablet Plug-in, you might see “Failed to get the sample position from the AMA Plug-in” errors if you have waveforms enabled in the Timeline.

    -  Bug Number: COGS-2560. While working in the Script Window, text operations (cut/copy/paste/delete/editing) can only be done in edit mode. See “Editing a Script” in the Help.

    -  Bug Number: MCDEV-5650. When working with Panasonic LongG media, you might receive an “SFPlayConsumer Timeout” error if audio waveforms are enabled. Workaround: Turn off audio waveforms. 9

    Bug Number: MCDEV-5385. MultiCam editing with Panasonic LongG media is not supported with this release.

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    Media Composer 2019.6 Documentation: The “ReadMe” document for this release of Media Composer 2019.7  has been uploaded to the Knowledge Base - Media Composer 2019 Documentation Page

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  • Tue, Jul 30 2019 9:08 PM In reply to

    Re: MC 2019.7 now available

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    Hey WIC,

    Shouldn't this be pinned?

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  • Wed, Aug 7 2019 10:17 PM In reply to

    Re: MC 2019.7 now available

    Still bugs when drag and drop import into a bin, the program crashes. Also dupe dedection disappearing when trimming.

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