Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2013 12:28 PM (in response to gary Boland)
You do realize that HD DVD is a moribund format and that HDDVD players are no longer manufactured. BluRay is the way to go or export HD quicktimes or WMV's and play off a computer. Those are the 2 ways that it's usually done for trade shows.
Doesn't help you solve the qmaster problem. You might consider doing a clean install of OS and fcp. Here's the user tip about best practices for installation of OS and FCP
And once you've got everything working, clone your startup drive so you can get back to work if things go south.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 13, 2013 4:34 PM (in response to Michael Grenadier)
Thanks for the quick reply,
I actually stumbled upon a simple fix for now.
I spent days of frustration and trying all sorts of solution, including installing Digital Rebellion's downloads and tried following their instructions. No luck.
Then I accidently I noticed that on one of my external drives that I had been previously running Macs back-up program “TimeMachine”. So I went back in time and grabbed the two applications before they stopped working and put them back on the start up discs in the applications folder and whala the programs work again. Go figure!