I assumed it was an old monitor with just a VGA port. Dell monitor, vga only. Reply Contact Avid Keith: Reply Contact Thanks Kevin! View answer in context.
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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Only HDMI, later mini-Displayport, and Thunderbolt do, unless you get a cable that combines the audio out with video out into a single audio compatible cable.
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Anyway, HDMI carries the full digital signal. This is a time when Avid and Adobe really should get on their game as there’s a lot of us former FCP users that are looking to switch permanently to one or the other, and all this release has done so far is make me jump over mmac Premiere to check it out again.
For years I’ve been leaning in toward my monitors every time I have to adjust a setting or interact with the info in the Composer window. I tried forcing the monitor to RGB mode using the instructions at https: I didn’t look up the monitor. Based on your description, I’d suspect the cabling. Non-apple displays have always had weird color when hooked up to Apple hardware, it’s just not really noticeable until you are staring at booth an Apple screen and a different screen.
Good to hear that a bug has been found.
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Fri Jun 15, 5: Reply Contact Move it to the left side and then e228wffp flip flop the displays That’s nonsense, if you profile your displays they should look basically identical.
Please fill out your system specifications. This and other issues and bugs doesn’t make Avid look good at all. Fri, Nov 18 9: Fri, Nov 18 Apple iMac dfll late Fri, Nov 18 2: Notebooks Speciality level out of ten: I did expect to find faster rendering and multiprocessing support – one, maybe one and a half of the 12 cores of my Mac are working when rendering or exporting.
Benq 18,5″ x [view my complete system specs]. There is no anti-aliasing on lots of GUI elements and the kerning is off on a lot of text.
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The monitor is documented to support x 60Hz, but the Mac’s Displays preference pane only offers x and x Then execute the following command: Given that it has HDMI, this might be the easiest and cheapest solution: It’s one of those things you just have to get used to, or buy a Cinema Display. Ask a question Reset.
I have same problem.