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  • VMWare Fusion Problem

    I'm running the new Macbook Pro 2.8ghz, 4.0g ram and I'm not able to get Edius working right. Whenever I click play in either the preview window or on the timeline the cursor jumps to the end, plays about 1 second of audio (without displaying any video) and stops.

    I'm running windows through VMWare Fusion and the video I'm trying to view is on an external hard drive. If I boot straight to windows Edius runs fine, but I cannot access my hard drive since it's formatted to my mac. I guess that means something's wrong with Fusion?

    Any ideas?
    Main Edit Station: Edius 6.02, Gigabyte UD5, i7-950 @ 4.0, GTX 470, 12 GB GSkil, HD Spark, 4 TB RAID0 WD RE Video Drive, 2 TB RAID0 Render Drive
    2nd Computer: Edius 6.03, Asus P6X58D-E, i7-950 @ 3.07, Radeon 2600, 6 GB Corsair, 1.5 TB RAID0 Video Drive

  • #2
    EDIUS can't read off HFS drives, as far as I know. (users of Parallel/Mac Drive have also reported this)

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    • #3
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      Steve
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      • #4
        An alternative to the aforementioned MacDrive is Paragon's NTFS OSX driver which enables you to read and write to NTFS drives from OSX (and the latest version comes with a HFS reader for bootcamp.) Some rumours are suggesting that Snow Leopard is bringing HFS read and write support for bootcamp!
        Mac Pro (mid-2010) 2.8GHz quad Xeon, Ati 5770 graphics card, 12gb ram 4 x 1TB HDD plus external eSata
        MacBook Pro Retina (2014) 2.3GHz Nvidia 650M, 512 SSD, 16GB Ram external HDD on USB3 and thunderbolt.

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        • #5
          Snow Leopard (Few months away) is going to have native NTFS read/write. I hope Windows 7 follows suit witH HFS+ support.

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          • #6
            Alternatively, you can look at MacDrive, a commercial package to install under Windows a device driver that allows Windows to access HFS and HFS+ partitions.
            TingSern
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            Edius 9.4 Pro, Lenovo P72 workstation laptop, 64GB RAM, Xeon CPU, Windows 10 Pro (64 bits), 2 x 2TB Samsung M2.NVME and 1 x 4TB Samsung SSD internal. Panasonic UX180 camera, Blackmagic 4K Pocket Cinema, Blackmagic Pocket Cinema

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            • #7
              Except that, as reported in my first reply, EDIUS doesn't play nice with HFS at all. :)

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