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TOPIC: FCPX Update causes Beep in Computer

FCPX Update causes Beep in Computer 05 Feb 2012 02:33 #3867

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Just today FCPX seems to be causing a beep in my computer when I startup the program.. I also just had one when I shut down the program.

It seems to beep when Compressor Settings are loading in FCPX.
I am thinking that it's an issue with a plugin, as I checked the Console and noticed this "Cannot find function pointer NewPlugIn for factory"
The entire laod code is below.

I trashed all of my preferences for FCPX, Compressor, and Motion.

I also thought hat it might be a problem with my FXFactory Plug. I realized that there was an update the other day, which I assume was for the FCPX update.

I downloaded that and still got the beep.

I also downloaded my Coremelt V2 plugins again as well.

Any ideas?

BTW, if anyone can make heads or tails of this, here's the code from Console

Feb 4 15:18:57 Video-Computer Final Cut Pro[2008]: Error loading /Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/MBCC.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/MBCC: dlopen(/Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/MBCC.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/MBCC, 265): no suitable image found. Did find:\n /Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/MBCC.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/MBCC: no matching architecture in universal wrapper
Feb 4 15:18:58 Video-Computer Final Cut Pro[2008]: Error loading /Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/Looks3.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/Looks3: dlopen(/Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/Looks3.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/Looks3, 265): no suitable image found. Did find:\n /Library/Plug-Ins/FxPlug/Looks3.fxplug/Contents/MacOS/Looks3: no matching architecture in universal wrapper
Feb 4 15:19:51 Video-Computer Final Cut Pro[2008]: Error loading /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/DVCPROHDAudio.plugin/Contents/MacOS/DVCPROHDAudio: dlopen(/Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/DVCPROHDAudio.plugin/Contents/MacOS/DVCPROHDAudio, 262): no suitable image found. Did find:\n /Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/DVCPROHDAudio.plugin/Contents/MacOS/DVCPROHDAudio: no matching architecture in universal wrapper
Feb 4 15:19:51 Video-Computer Final Cut Pro[2008]: Cannot find function pointer NewPlugIn for factory C5A4CE5B-0BB8-11D8-9D75-0003939615B6 in CFBundle/CFPlugIn 0x1498ea700 </Library/Audio/Plug-Ins/HAL/DVCPROHDAudio.plugin> (bundle, not loaded)
Feb 4 15:21:08 Video-Computer Final Cut Pro[2008]: error: FigTimeGetSampleNumber t.timescale == 0 || Non-Numeric(t) || Invalid(t) || sampleDuration.timescale == 0 || sampleDuration.value == 0 (t=inval, sd=0.016683(1001/60000))
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: <CFArray 0x13d5f06a0 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = immutable, count = 1, values = (
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: 0 : <CFBasicHash 0x13e0dd5e0 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 0,
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: entries =>
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: }
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: )}
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: <CFArray 0x13d9c36a0 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = immutable, count = 1, values = (
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: 0 : <CFBasicHash 0x13d90a850 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 0,
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: entries =>
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: }
Feb 4 15:22:33 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: )}
Feb 4 15:22:35 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: <CFArray 0x147b06fb0 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = immutable, count = 1, values = (
Feb 4 15:22:35 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: 0 : <CFBasicHash 0x13bcd3070 [0x7fff702c8ee0]>{type = mutable dict, count = 0,
Feb 4 15:22:35 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: entries =>
Feb 4 15:22:35 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: }
Feb 4 15:22:35 Video-Computer [0x0-0xf50f5].com.apple.FinalCut[2008]: )}


Thanks,
Michael

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Re: FCPX Update causes Beep in Computer 05 Feb 2012 20:00 #3892

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Are you using Liom orSL?
Is all software up to date?
Be sure you have latest FX Factory.
Did you load up the extra content (Filt menu)?
If everything else works properly, I'd not worry about it.

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Re: FCPX Update causes Beep in Computer 05 Feb 2012 22:24 #3902

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Ben thanks for the followup.

The beeps happened on Snow Leopard.
And I even did a download of the latest FXFactory

I don;t know what you mean by DID I load up the extra content (Filt Menu)?

I finally got Lion installed on a fresh drive as well to have a dual boot system, and so I can eventually use my BM Intensity Pro card. And there were no Beeps to speak of.

SO either the other drive is failing, which there's no indication of as I tested it out several ways. Or there's a conflict somewhere in FCPX on the Snow Leopard drive. As the beeps only happen in FCPX on Snow Leoaprd, not on the fresh Lion install.

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Re: FCPX Update causes Beep in Computer 05 Feb 2012 22:31 #3904

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There's no way to test for sure if a hard drive is failing or not, as most of the time symptoms won't be blatant. Rarely does any sort of test give you 100% accurate results. My only test for that is to run Disk Warrior (which you probably should do), and if it fails to rebuild the directory (most common cause of drives going bad), the drive is simply hosed.

Never heard of any FCP X system beeping. But if nothing other than a beep is wrong, I'd ignore it.

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