Please don't double-post. I deleted your duplicate.
I was hoping you might do a quick test for me?
What happens when you switch from the Adobe Player to the Blackmagic Player in the Premiere Pro Preferences? I would be interested in knowing what happens in either scenario?
Ray when I do that I lose the output to the external monitor.
I spent some time in the Blackmagic settings and found the issue causing the problem.
In BMD settings under OSX System Settings I swithced from last frame played (that was the default setting) to Extended Desktop. This fixed it.
Now going from source to timeline has perfect playback with no signal drop.
Just wondering how the BM card is going for you? I'm hearing some mixed reviews and wanted to see how it working for you?
What types of media and projects have you been mostly using?
Native or transcodes?
Now that I can go back and forth from the source to sequence without a signal lose I'm pretty happy. I don't capture from tape so I haven't tried that yet. I will. Audio is solid. No issues. I'm curious what mixed reviews your mentioning so I can look out for them. I use athe AJA Kona LHi At work and am waiting for the software to be released so I can get that bay up and running. I will need to capture via SDI router and DVCpro deck so that will be a good test for the AJA spftware.
Mainly ProRes 422 24p footage.
Unfortunately it looks like Extended Desktop is not available on all models. I have the Decklink Studio 2 and I only have black or last frame played as options.
Suffering from the same signal dropout.
Download the new version of Desktop Video 9.5.2. This solved the issue without using Extended Desktop. I now have it set to last frame and no dropout when swithching back and forth.