Today Avid will announce a new license model for their Media Composer line up of products giving users more choices in the way that they operate their Avid editing workstations. The first significant change is the removal of NewsCutter from the Media line up as an entirely separate product. In the same way that Symphony [...]
When Mac OS Snow Leopard is installed onto a 12-core Mac, it defaults to 64bit mode. Unfortunately, all Avid applications that run on Mac require it to be running in 32bit mode. They may install but that doesn't mean to say they'll behave. For example, Media Composer will pretend everything is hunky-dory, but will stubbornly refuse to see any Avid hardware, including the Nitris DX and the dongle.
A useful guide from Avid showing how to find the Avid System ID