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Old 02-09-2016, 12:26 PM   #5
David Clarke
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I would say no. I have not tried plugging mine in when EDIUS is running but unplugging it causes a BSOD if EDIUS is running. To be honest we have had similar kinds of issues with FireWire Cameras in the past and the same kind of thing with other programs like Avid. We recommend get any hardware working first and then start the editing program.

With an SSD primary it is pretty quick to close and re-open.
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