On your guide's 1st method you wrote:
"Select the SSDT corresponding to your GPU model located in the "mattystonnie" folder, export it as .aml"
Can you explain how to export the dsl in mattystonnie to aml?
Well, After Investigating I have good news! :)
1. Install Desktop Video 12.4
2. Before Reboot launch Terminal and enter:
sudo mv /Library/Application\ Support/Blackmagic\ Design/Blackmagic\ DeckLink/Signed\ Extensions/BlackmagicIO.kext /Library/Extensions
4. Update firmware
Hello Smart people!
I have a Lenovo Y920 which contains Nvidia only [No optimus (no intel GFX) on this device]
Can anyone help me out changing the attached installation plist so it would be able to support Nvidia & also to remove all intel gfx related stuff as well?
I'm rolling an onscreen timecode on a seperate computer screen then pointing an SDI video camera at that screen and feeding the deckling on the second computer screen.
As they roll side by side I'm taking a picture with a stills cam and see the difference in the timecode.
I have a very stable Hackintosh (Asus P8 H77-M PRO) with a Win10 & Sierra Dual-Boot.
I installed a BlackMagic Design Decklink Card for professional Use.
I have checked the SDI Input latency on both Win10 & Sierra.
Windows gets about 3 frames delay while sierra gets about 5 frames...
Thank you very much!
You have solved my black screen issue!! :clap:
The only problem is it is working until 10.11.4
10.11.5/10.11.6 The black screen issue is back with no option to change even with the cache reset.
If you ever find a solution for that I woul appreciate if you share...
Thanks to discipline:
As discussed in IRC, for those with the same laptop and with the same problem, a work around is:
Boot with nv_disable=1
Openn terminal and do:
sudo kextcache -system-prelinked-kernel
sudo kextcache -system-caches
Then reboot with nvda_drv=1
I'm not sure what...
I have installed El capitan 10.11.2 Over my New Clevo P750DM with a single discrete Nvidia 980m (No integrated GPU available on this system)
I have followed all the instruction carefully from this post...