• The instructions below only apply to macOS users only.
  • The instructions below only apply when running Strawberry as a cloud service with LucidLink storage. If you are running Strawberry on-premises, please use these instructions instead.


When running Strawberry Skies with Avid Media Composer, additional software components must be activated to enable Avid bin-locking.

Step 1: Enabling kernel extensions from identified developers

Step 2: Giving Strawberry Skies proper system access and allowing the required Kernel extension

  • Once you have completed step one and opened an Avid project through Skies, you will be prompted to allow a kernel extension by Benjamin Fleischer. Please follow the related steps in our manuals that guide you trough this process.
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