What should you do if you get a message saying your scratch disk is missing?
What causes audio or video to be missing from your output device?
What's the proper way to dismount a FireWire drive so that you avoid disk errors?
Is Insert editing possible when using FireWire for device control?
What causes 'Unable to Lock Deck Servo' messages?
If you get garbled video or no video output at all with a DVCPRO HD 1200A deck, what's likely to be the cause?
How do you avoid interruptions to the capture process with DVCPRO HD?
If you're capturing 24P clips and FCP can't find pulldown information, what's the likely cause?
Try remounting or resetting the scratch disk.
Missing video or audio is usually caused by a settings mix-up or an incorrectly connected device.
FireWire drives, like all volumes, must be dismounted by dragging to the Trash before disconnecting.
These messages could be caused by a Device Control issue or your logging.
The DVCPRO HD 1200A deck is particular about its menu settings; make sure you haven't missed any.
DVCPRO HD requires significant throughput and storage; in particular, the 1200A FireWire HD deck needs plenty of throughput overhead and unrestricted access to the FireWire bus of the Macintosh.
You're using a deck or camera that can't read non-drop frame timecode.