Saturday, September 21, 2013

[Avid-L2] Asante IntraCore 35160-16 port Gigabit Ethernet Switch Fan Noise?

 

I picked up a used Asante IntraCore 35160-T 16 port Gigabit Ethernet Switch but the fan noise is loud.  It doesn't sound like bad fans just loud.  I've never spent quality time around unitys with this switch. 
Are they pretty noisy normally?  Given their use with older unitys I guess the rest of the unity would drown out this noise.  I'm trying it in my house network but the noise is probably going to be too much.  Can anybody tell me the noise is normal for this unit?  If the noise is normal then is there anything exceptional about this switch that would make it's performance better than picking up a switch from Fry's etc....
 
John Moore
Barking Trout Productions
Studio City, CA
bigfish@pacbell.net

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[Avid-L2] Re: Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

In some projects I've had in online the clips which are HD still show as yellow indicating SD clips. I think there is some confusion between taking an SD NTSC 24 frame project and bringing it into an HD online modifying the seguence to HD and when in an HD project you cut in SD material. It's been a while since I've seen it but I think there is some aspect of the metadata that gets confused. I wonder if it is related to your issue. Even if you are offlining HD at dnx 36 perhaps there is some metadata pointer that is confusing interlace and progressive. Just guessing out loud.

--- In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, John Pale <pale.edit@...> wrote:
>
> Oops. Misread the problem. Ignore my response. Apologies.
>
> On Friday, September 20, 2013, John Pale wrote:
>
> > I think dnx 36 is only available for transcode in progressive projects.
> > That's why it needs a motion adapter.
> >
> > On Friday, September 20, 2013, Mark Spano wrote:
> >
> > **
> >
> >
> > Interesting. I wonder if you create a new sequence in this project and
> > edit your green dot sequence into this new sequence, will the clips still
> > have green dots? Can you refresh the motion adapters on this new sequence?
> >
> >
> > On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 2:52 PM, <nick@...> wrote:
> >
> > **
> >
> >
> > I have noticed that if I match back to the master clips and edit them back
> > in to the timeline they lose their green dot. So nothing wrong with the
> > clips it's just the refresh of the motion adapters on the sequence that
> > isn't working.
> >
> >
> > --- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <nick@> wrote:
> >
> > If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips
> > correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem
> > to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway.
> >
> >
> > --- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@> wrote:
> >
> > Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say
> > "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.
> >
> >
> > On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@> wrote:
> >
> > **
> >
> >
> > We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.
> > The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
> > When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the
> > Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried
> > refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion
> > tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage
> > seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the
> > green dot?
> > It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original
> > material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.
> >
> > Any ideas? thanks Nick
> >
> >
> >
> >
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Re: [Avid-L2] Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

Oops.  Misread the problem.  Ignore my response.  Apologies.

On Friday, September 20, 2013, John Pale wrote:

I think dnx 36 is only available for transcode in progressive projects.  That's why it needs a motion adapter.

On Friday, September 20, 2013, Mark Spano wrote:
 

Interesting. I wonder if you create a new sequence in this project and edit your green dot sequence into this new sequence, will the clips still have green dots? Can you refresh the motion adapters on this new sequence?


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 2:52 PM, <nick@paddywack.co.uk> wrote:
 

I have noticed that if I match back to the master clips and edit them back in to the timeline they lose their green dot. So nothing wrong with the clips it's just the refresh of the motion adapters on the sequence that isn't working.



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <nick@...> wrote:

If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway. 



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote:

Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@...> wrote:
 

We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.

The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the green dot?
It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.

Any ideas? thanks Nick


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Re: [Avid-L2] Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

I think dnx 36 is only available for transcode in progressive projects.  That's why it needs a motion adapter.

On Friday, September 20, 2013, Mark Spano wrote:

 

Interesting. I wonder if you create a new sequence in this project and edit your green dot sequence into this new sequence, will the clips still have green dots? Can you refresh the motion adapters on this new sequence?


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 2:52 PM, <nick@paddywack.co.uk> wrote:
 

I have noticed that if I match back to the master clips and edit them back in to the timeline they lose their green dot. So nothing wrong with the clips it's just the refresh of the motion adapters on the sequence that isn't working.



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <nick@...> wrote:

If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway. 



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote:

Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@...> wrote:
 

We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.

The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the green dot?
It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.

Any ideas? thanks Nick


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Re: [Avid-L2] RE: Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

Interesting. I wonder if you create a new sequence in this project and edit your green dot sequence into this new sequence, will the clips still have green dots? Can you refresh the motion adapters on this new sequence?


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 2:52 PM, <nick@paddywack.co.uk> wrote:
 

I have noticed that if I match back to the master clips and edit them back in to the timeline they lose their green dot. So nothing wrong with the clips it's just the refresh of the motion adapters on the sequence that isn't working.



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <nick@...> wrote:

If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway. 



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote:

Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@...> wrote:
 

We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.

The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the green dot?
It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.

Any ideas? thanks Nick


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Re: [Avid-L2] Re: OT: Improving DSL speed with Cat 6?

 

Don't listen to Wilson his 'facts' are based in 'reality'.  If I've learnt anything from 30 years of dealing with semiconductors it's to ignore probability theory and embrace possibility theory. 

Therefore it's possibly better and that's ALL that counts. 

Mike

Enjoy your new wire.

On 21 Sep, 2013, at 1:11 AM, "johnrobmoore" <bigfish@pacbell.net> wrote:

 

Thanks for the clarification Mr. BuzzKill. Would it have killed you to cosign my BS? I know for a fact the electrons will be happier in the Cat 6. Even a single line in a twisted pair will spin around like a fancy roller coaster and except for the occasional ralphing electron with an upset tommy the rest will be so happy they might just start tunneling their way all over the place. Besides these wires go near the main power box so I was going to use some of the spare wires to test the GFI in the neighboring bathroom. With access to the isolated neutral I should be able to really make some sparks fly. ;-)

--- In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, Wilson Chao <wilsonchao@...> wrote:
>
> It shouldn't hurt, but I wouldn't expect it to help either. Cat 6 consists
> of twisted pairs used for differential signalling, and it's specifically
> optimized for cross-talk rejection. But DSL uses a single wire, which
> explains why sometimes a copper pair will support DSL even though it fails
> to support POTS. So CAT 5, CAT 6, doesn't mean squat for DSL.
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 10:00 PM, John Moore <bigfish@...> wrote:
>
> > **
> >
> >
> > A while back we cancelled our 2nd phone line that had been dedicated to
> > our house alarm. I moved the alarm phone bypass over to our primary phone
> > line at the time and I found it drastically reduced the internet
> > performance speed wise. Not really a surprise because it added a round
> > trip line across the house to the alarm box and back to the phone access
> > box on the side of the house and it went through the interrupt
> > circuit/relay. At the time I just found an unused pair of wires in the
> > house phone wiring and ran the jack to the modem directly to the incoming
> > phone line from the street, bypassing the alarm completely. This brought
> > the speed back up to I guess where it had been before.
> >
> > We are doing major rewiring in our house and I've pulled nearly 1,000 feet
> > of Cat 6. I wanted to run a completely dedicated new piece of wire for the
> > dsl modem to hopefully get even better performance out of my meager DSL
> > speed. Does anyone have an opinion on whether running a home run line from
> > my DSL modem to the phone box to connect directly to the outside line with
> > Cat 6 will make a difference. I've run the line already just curious if my
> > thoughts have any merit. I don't think it can hurt.
> >
> > John Moore
> > Barking Trout Productions
> > Studio City, CA
> > bigfish@...
> >
> >
> >
>

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[Avid-L2] RE: Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

I have noticed that if I match back to the master clips and edit them back in to the timeline they lose their green dot. So nothing wrong with the clips it's just the refresh of the motion adapters on the sequence that isn't working.



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <nick@...> wrote:

If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway. 



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote:

Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@...> wrote:
 

We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.

The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the green dot?
It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.

Any ideas? thanks Nick

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[Avid-L2] Re: OT: Improving DSL speed with Cat 6?

 

Good advice. I've already been running a parallel wire it's just been the smaller gauge in the multi paired normal house run. That has been tested with the alarm company repeatedly so I should be good even if it doesn't speed things up.

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[Avid-L2] Re: OT: Improving DSL speed with Cat 6?

 

Thanks for the clarification Mr. BuzzKill. Would it have killed you to cosign my BS? I know for a fact the electrons will be happier in the Cat 6. Even a single line in a twisted pair will spin around like a fancy roller coaster and except for the occasional ralphing electron with an upset tommy the rest will be so happy they might just start tunneling their way all over the place. Besides these wires go near the main power box so I was going to use some of the spare wires to test the GFI in the neighboring bathroom. With access to the isolated neutral I should be able to really make some sparks fly. ;-)

--- In Avid-L2@yahoogroups.com, Wilson Chao <wilsonchao@...> wrote:
>
> It shouldn't hurt, but I wouldn't expect it to help either. Cat 6 consists
> of twisted pairs used for differential signalling, and it's specifically
> optimized for cross-talk rejection. But DSL uses a single wire, which
> explains why sometimes a copper pair will support DSL even though it fails
> to support POTS. So CAT 5, CAT 6, doesn't mean squat for DSL.
>
>
>
>
> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 10:00 PM, John Moore <bigfish@...> wrote:
>
> > **
> >
> >
> > A while back we cancelled our 2nd phone line that had been dedicated to
> > our house alarm. I moved the alarm phone bypass over to our primary phone
> > line at the time and I found it drastically reduced the internet
> > performance speed wise. Not really a surprise because it added a round
> > trip line across the house to the alarm box and back to the phone access
> > box on the side of the house and it went through the interrupt
> > circuit/relay. At the time I just found an unused pair of wires in the
> > house phone wiring and ran the jack to the modem directly to the incoming
> > phone line from the street, bypassing the alarm completely. This brought
> > the speed back up to I guess where it had been before.
> >
> > We are doing major rewiring in our house and I've pulled nearly 1,000 feet
> > of Cat 6. I wanted to run a completely dedicated new piece of wire for the
> > dsl modem to hopefully get even better performance out of my meager DSL
> > speed. Does anyone have an opinion on whether running a home run line from
> > my DSL modem to the phone box to connect directly to the outside line with
> > Cat 6 will make a difference. I've run the line already just curious if my
> > thoughts have any merit. I don't think it can hurt.
> >
> > John Moore
> > Barking Trout Productions
> > Studio City, CA
> > bigfish@...
> >
> >
> >
>

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[Avid-L2] Re: Trying to find all clips off one drive

 

I don't see why this wouldn't work. You only need the shots used in the existing sequences so put them all in a bin and try what I suggested. As long as the sequences haven't been decomposed or consolidated the referenced clips will be the original full length clips that were in the bin. You are correct that it won't show you any clips that aren't in the sequence but for online you won't need them and if you're trying to get ahead of the game do the ones they've used for now and then when things are locked see what comes up missing and do the same. I really think you should give this a try.

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[Avid-L2] RE: OT: Improving DSL speed with Cat 6?

 

Sounds like you are considering parallel wiring your DSL to the phone DMARC.


As an RJ31X jack is intended to completely seize the telephone line in the case of a Central Station call, you might want to put your system on test (with Central Station) and make sure the alarm panel can successfully 'call home' with the wiring/DSL filter configuration you settle on.

Not saying it won't work -- just that it is worth testing to make sure that it does work.

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[Avid-L2] RE: Green dot on MC7 sequences

 

If only it was that simple! The Field Motion column shows the clips correctly as interlaced. Basically the refresh motion adapters doesn't seem to be working. Well not on our sequences anyway. 



--- In avid-l2@yahoogroups.com, <cutandcover@...> wrote:

Check the bin column "Field Motion". All your clips should say "Interlaced". If they say "Unknown" then this is the problem.


On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 8:41 AM, <nick@...> wrote:
 

We have a load of sequences that have been offlined at DNx36 at 1080p.

The original footage is all 1080i Canon MXF.
When I link to the hi rez footage for online in a 1080i project all the Canon footage comes up in the timeline with a green dot. I've tried refreshing the motion adapters etc. but no change. If I go into the motion tool it shows Input as interlaced and output as interlaced. The footage seems to play OK and looks properly interlaced but I'm wondering why the green dot?
It's a 1080 50i PAL project, I'm onlining on MC 7.0.2 but the original material was mostly consolidated and transcoded on MC 6.5.

Any ideas? thanks Nick

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