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Lesson 18. Operational Troubleshooting: ... > Solving Problems of Missing Audio or...

Solving Problems of Missing Audio or Video Output

An output device is any device you use to convert FCP’s data stream to some format of video, such as DV, SDI, analog composite, or component. Any time you send video to a monitor other than the computer monitors connected to the graphics card of your Macintosh, you are sending to an output device.

A few common factors prevent video or audio from being sent out to your target output device. These factors range from device-specific settings on the output device to FCP’s internal controls and toggles for A/V output.


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