The Producer’s Report #152<br/>Edit System Crash Part 2
Feb 2012 27

Dang nab it. We were chugging along and then crash. The little battery on the edit system motherboard needed replacing, so I replaced it. But in the process of removing and replacing the Blackmagic card to gain access and replace the little battery, the card was fried. So dang. We have a replacement Blackmagic card on order. It should be here Thursday and I should be able to pickup the HP XW8400 Workstation, the heart of our edit system, from our friends at Media Tools this Friday.

I am so looking forward to seeing Project London with all the music in place! That’s what’s on deck. And also a chance to evaluate all the dialogue and sound design work done to date.

BTW, this isn’t the first time our edit system crashed. Thankfully through all of the crashes, we haven’t lost data!


Phil McCoy, Executive Producer
on behalf of Ian Hubert (left), Writer Director, and Nathan McCoy (far right), also Executive Producer and Phil McCoy (middle).

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  1. Whoa. Well, I hope you guys are at least relatively back on track. I can’t even tell you how stoked I am to see this thing when it’s finished. All the best to you guys in the final stages of the project.

    And, any chance of seeing you folks around the Emerald City Comic Con this year? ‘Cause that’d be pretty cool…

  2. Luka1184 says:

    Good to hear that nothing that serious and threatening happened -_-

    I am also looking forward to see it :)

    - Lukas S.

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