|Sep 26, 2012, 07:05 AM||#1|
Intensity Extreme and Thunderbolt
Anyone used the intensity extreme with Mountain Lion? It worked under 10.7.4, but I upgraded to 10.8 to use AirPlay mirroring for a specific situation, and now the intensity no longer shows up as a camera, nor can it even see the video input in Media Express. Any help would be appreciated.
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|Feb 1, 2013, 04:06 AM||#2|
Same problem, with a MacBook Air and OS X 1.8.2 and driver 9.7
I connected the Extreme with a number of HDMI sources, but Media Express remains black.
All of the sources gave a nice image with my beamer. The beamer shows the format of the sources, which makes it easy to set the preferences to the corresponding format.
All without result.
No support form BlackMagic, which is a shame.
I will try again today with a "normal" MacBook of a friend.
I will report the results.
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