there seems to be a photoshop error on several of the List machines. it unexpectadly quits. I think it was error 36. I took a picture of it but I cant open picture viewer either. it never opens and simply says it unexpectadly closed. the pictures of both errors are on machine 12 in temp work in folder called errors.
Someone trying to save a jpg to the desktop received this error code, but saving to tempwork was fine...does anyone know why this is happening?
A student was working on the G5 second from right for several hours with no problems, until the miniDV deck became unresponsive to the computer and its own buttons. I tried to eject, rewind, fast forward, and play the tape, but nothing happened. I also tried shutting off the deck, and that did not work either. The tape is still in there. I've put up a sign telling people not to use it until Edrex sees it. This all happened right after midnight.
I witnessed someone print a 50-page* journal article off JSTOR today (their excuse being "Oops"). We should perhaps put signs above the printers elucidating for our fine patrons that this is not a public cluster and that our printing policy is limited (perhaps explaining how it is limited, as even I am unsure).
* Perhaps that is a slight exaggeration, but you get my drift.
I know that the error message "9035" in protools requires unchecking the Round Robin button and setting the disk allocation to the audiomidi_HD, but for some reason, we were unable to locate the audiomidi hard dive. The student using protools said she remembered it being on the desk top, but none of the computers have any hard drive of that name.
I think the two video editing stations closest to the classroom in list need to have their decks cleaned. I got a message on the tv that said "use cleaning cassette"
Hey guys, I just had a problem tonight where we were trying to export video to a Mini DV tape in FC; I checked that the A/V outputs were both set to Firewire, put in the tape, hit Print to Tape, then the Record button on the deck. However, nothing showed up on the Sony monitor as this was happening; afterwards, playing the tape back, the monitor only displayed a black screen with no sound.
Does anyone have any suggestions if this happens again? I get the feeling that it's probably some very obvious solution that I'm just not aware of...