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    What's this?

    During our last football broadcast, Output 1 (connected with TimeWarp) recorded out replays, Output 2 recorded out Program. Each replay recorded with this strange black bar on the right side of the frame:

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    It did not appear in the preview window of the source, but was recorded on the hard drive like that. Anyone know how that could happen?

    Thanks in advance.

    Last edited by mtash; 09-21-2014 at 12:19 AM.

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    What video from the TriCaster did you have going out Output #1? An M/E? If it was an M/E did you verify that none of the A&B channels in the M/E had positioning controls turned on?

    Typically, I would setup my outputs the the other way around. My primary record would be Output #2 which would a M/E or at the very least a clean feed for the Timewarp to use. Then use Output #1 as you normally would, as program out. Not that the way you are doing it won't work, but I like to think of Output #1 as program out.
    Last edited by kanep; 09-21-2014 at 02:06 PM.
    Kane Peterson
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    Typically, I, too, would want Output 1 to be Program record. However, I'm using a TimeWarp on a TC460. Doesn't it default to using Output 1. Because of that, I have Output 1 as an M/E so I can change the source I'm replaying. I had checked and there was/is no positioning controls turned on.

    I was told today by Newtek to update my software. Hmmm....

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    Check the Edge controls, as well ... and any active KEY channels in the M/E.
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