Hello all, I am using Avid Xpress at my film school (a very, very old version on a very, very old Mac) to edit a little trailer for our upcoming screening. I have about 50 source MiniDV tapes. After I wrote down all the timecode for all the clips I wanted, I proceeded to log the clips in Avid, NOT inserting each tape into the deck while I logged. During the logging process, I created my own tape name without a tape in the deck. Now, when I try to digitize, I get the dreaded "Avid expected a non-drop frame tape, a drop-frame tape is in the deck"...yadda yadda. Do I really have to re-log everything while putting each tape into the deck as I go about my list? Why would they give you the option of associating media clips to tapes that aren't in the deck? If I can avoid it, I'd really not like to re-log everything, rather find a way to resource the tapes. I've already tried creating a new tape ID but inserting on the source MiniDVs in the deck and changing the source of the clips themselves...but to no avail, Avid simply doesn't want to recognize the old clips with their new source tape, even though it has the same time exactly. Any ideas? I'm hopefully stumpped. Thanks!