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First answer — Yes, as you figured out, @Alastair, Re-Fire Event fires an event through the trigger port or input port that most recently had an event manually fired. (This is mentioned in the manual under Firing an event manually.)

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I have not tested this at all, but maybe you could record a series of 1-frame movies each with a different bitrate (use the Finalize port to end one movie and start the next) and then assemble them back into one movie using a composition like the attached.

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Here's one way to do it —

For your other questions, I'd suggest looking at manual sections "4.2 How events travel through a node" and "5.4.2 Generic port types".

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Have you noticed any patterns to when this is happening? Is it, by any chance, after renaming or moving a file in Finder? (We've noticed that happening and wonder if it's the same issue.)

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