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  • Sun, Dec 28 2008 6:04 AM

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    ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT error

    Either I'm terrible at searching the forums (quite possible) or I break things no one else does, but can't find any info on this. I'm editing multi camera show (5 cameras - DNxHD 36). I had no problems for about 35 minutes of program, then the video would hang up whenever I switched cameras, tried an undo or hit play. The video would freeze, show a black frame with the words "ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT" in the bottom left corner. Tried dumping the databases, restarted, did all the simple things. Any thoughts are appreciated.


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  • Sun, Dec 28 2008 6:19 PM In reply to

    Re: ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT error

    did you search the knowledgebase (support site?) There is a mention there about aspringbuffer, but is related to a imported still... have you imported stills?

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  • Tue, Dec 30 2008 8:12 PM In reply to

    Re: ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT error

    Hi,

    I had thought the ASpringBuffer Error to be hard drive related. I had a drive going bad on my EditShare (RAID array) and it cause this type of error, if I remember correctly. Check your drives and see that they are all good.

     

    HTH,

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  • Fri, Jan 2 2009 1:18 AM In reply to

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    Re: ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT error

    Thanks all. JkNikman: no stills involved, just five cameras of HD media. GSP: drive is brand new out of the box, which doesn't mean it can't be going bad but I would bet aginast it. I searched the database and found nothing that relates. Any other ideas would be greatly appreciated.


    Piggylou

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  • Fri, Jan 2 2009 7:47 AM In reply to

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    Re: ASpringBuffer TIMEOUT error

    bump

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