Lately I've been having a lot of trouble with video stalling for a long time and USB file transfers taking far longer than before. I disconnected the two oldest USB drives, and it seemed to be better, for a while, but now I can't play a video without that long stalling thing, and VLC player told me my computer was too slow. ffmpeg: more than 5 seconds of late video -> dropping frame (computer too slow ?) ffmpeg: more than 5 seconds of late video -> dropping frame (computer too slow ?) Well, it never was before! This is recent. So I launch Onyx, and under maintenance/rebuild it comes right up with my MOVIES drive, with a path of /Volumes/MOVIES 1/MOVIES. Ummm... where is it getting this MOVIES 1 deal? Also, why is it the only USB drive Onyx can see? Did something weird happen to that drive? I renamed the drive to FILMS, restarted, and Onyx still comes back with MOVIES 1/MOVIES. Something is not right. For a while I switched to using QuickTime, but now that's also slowed way down and getting the same stalling business playing videos. Anyone know what might the deal be? Apparently it's some issue with ffmpeg.