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  • Wed, May 14 2014 1:22 PM

    Error message: Exception AUTO_TC_TROUBLE


    I am currently working on a project that shoots with both A and B cam thru the whole project. 

    The first day's Autosync by source timecode worked perfectly. Today i encountered this error message. 

    The A-roll synked perfect via Autosync source timecode, but the B-roll won't work (about half of the roll, the first clips worked perfectly). It's not a real big issue at this very moment, i'm currently just using inpoints instead. 

    What i'm afraid of though is the later shooting days, since it's a b cam the clapper aint always in the picture and i hope i don't have to sync the audio using footsteps/words/slams etc etc, cus that slows my work significantly. 

    So what i'm wondering if anyone else got this error and can help me with a workaround or to just solve the issue. (I've not seen a post about it on this forum before, but if it is i'm sorry.)

    Project is 1080p/24. Audio is 48 khz 24 bit 24 frames

    MacBook Pro 2.5 ghz Intel Core i7. 16 gb 1333MHz DDR3. Version 10.9.2

    Avid MC: 7.0.3



    Anton Robsahm 

  • Fri, Apr 1 2022 8:20 AM In reply to

    Re: Error message: Exception AUTO_TC_TROUBLE

    I get Exception: AUTO_TC_TROUBLE as well on 2020.8 PC, clips do autosequence just fine but won´t autosync without telling me this. The message is like a lot of Avid messages, which basically come down to "computer says no". Any clarification please?

    i9-10980XE, ASUS PRIME X299-A II, 64GB, Win 10 Pro [view my complete system specs]
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