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  1. #1 REDCINE-X PRO 35 (release) crashes due to non-existent media devices 
    When I start REDCINE-X it has a memory of some removable drives that I have not attached to this machine for months. Disk utility doesn't see those devices. The finder doesn't see those devices. But REDCINE-X sees them somewhat, with a "no entry" barred red circle. When I try to eject these devices using the eject icon in REDCINE-X I get a message that the device could not be ejected and that I should close whatever app is holding them open. When I touch the device's name, REDCINE-X instantly crashes.

    I've removed the preferences file:

    /usr/bin/defaults delete ~/Library/Preferences/com.red.RedCineX.plist

    But that had no effect. I'm running OSX 10.10.4 and REDCINE-X 35.1.38139. Here's the log file of a fatal session:

    REDCINE-X PROFESSIONAL Build 35.1.38139 Mac 10.10.4 64bit Public Release D25LX0LTF8JC
    64 Little Endian
    Using R3DSDK version 6.0 build 28A09 dated 20150601
    Using Qt version 5.3.2, compiled against 5.3.2
    Entering first CL initialization.
    Exiting first CL initialization.
    -- CL_DEVICE ID: 1022700 --
    CL_DEVICE_NAME = GeForce GTX 780M
    CL_DEVICE_VENDOR = NVIDIA
    CL_DEVICE_VERSION = OpenCL 1.2
    CL_DRIVER_VERSION = 10.4.2 310.41.35f01
    -- CL_DEVICE ID: 1022700 --
    CL_DEVICE_NAME = GeForce GTX 780M
    CL_DEVICE_VENDOR = NVIDIA
    CL_DEVICE_VERSION = OpenCL 1.2
    CL_DRIVER_VERSION = 10.4.2 310.41.35f01
    No DeckLink driver found.
    Setting decode mode to: Full
    QKqueueFileSystemWatcherEngine::addPaths: open: No such file or directory
    QKqueueFileSystemWatcherEngine::addPaths: open: No such file or directory
    SDI Settings Changed
    SDI Output Disabled
    QFileSystemWatcher::removePaths: list is empty
    QFileSystemWatcher::addPath: path is empty
    REDCINE-X PROFESSIONAL Build 35.1.38139 Mac 10.10.4 64bit Public Release D25LX0LTF8JC
    OpenGL Information
    Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
    Renderer: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780M OpenGL Engine
    Version: 2.1 NVIDIA-10.4.2 310.41.35f01
    SL Version: 1.20
    GL Initialized using shader based rendering.
    Setting decode mode to: Full
    QKqueueFileSystemWatcherEngine::addPaths: open: Permission denied
    QKqueueFileSystemWatcherEngine::addPaths: open: Permission denied
    Qt has caught an exception thrown from an event handler. Throwing
    exceptions from an event handler is not supported in Qt. You must
    reimplement QApplication::notify() and catch all exceptions there.

    Fatal Exception: Closing 1
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    Michael,

    RCX will only show a device if the OS is still referencing it somehow.

    Can you please open a Terminal and do the following:

    cd /Volumes
    ls -al

    And see if in fact those phantoms drives are still in there?

    Thanks,
    David
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    Thanks David. PM sent...
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    Everything's working now. I had manually created some directories to force OSX to mount some NTFS drives. The gunk that left behind fooled RCX into thinking the wrong thing. I rm -rf'd the zombie directories and now RCX does not crash.
    Michael Tiemann, Chapel Hill NC

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    Thanks Michael,

    Glad to hear.
    We'll take a look into the crashing also.

    David
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