I've just installed Production Premium CS6 and tried out Speedgrade but had to find out that it's not working at all on my notebook.
The Preview simply is not working. After I created a timeline from a clip, it shows me the frame for half a second and then it shows only black.
The frame can be seen totally squeezed down in either the top or the bottom left corner of the preview window.
If I click in the preview window and hold down the left mouse button, I can see the frame. (Along with various numbers describing the pixel I'm clicking at)
This happens with every footage I've tried. (h.264, png-pictures, tiff sequence, foto-jpeg movs).
Intel i5 2430M
Windows 7 64bit
Intel hd3000 graphics
Hope someone can help me with this major bug.
Hi, thanks for your reply.
Just updated to the newest version, problem is still there.
Also, If I switch the vectorscope on, SG crashes immediately.
If I enable dual monitor view, so that the preview is on the second monitor, it kinda works, but the frame is shifted to the right, so that I have a black bar on the left side of the screen and the right part of the frame is cut off.
(Also, there's a problem with my wacom tablet (Have to use the pen, mouse does not work), but there's already a thread for that.)
please be aware of the system requirements for SG, feel free to contact me directly for further information.
Most of my material is uncomopressed, but I tried about any format on the planet - no dice.
Forcing downsampling didn't cut it ether.
Maybe something with the nvidia settings? I think the problem accured, after I tried external monitoring.
Bevore that it worked just fine.
I also solved it, by setting the speedgrade to "compatible" mode in the nvidia settings.
There are those 3D settings where you can assign different functions to each program you use.
Did not make sense to me in the first place, I thought it's for games only - but it worked like a charm.
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