[ardour-users] export crash, 0.9beta19

ross at lug.udel.edu ross at lug.udel.edu
Tue Nov 16 16:02:23 PST 2004

Hello everyone,

	Long time no Ardour - haven't really done any recording in
months.  Had something like beta9.1 installed, when I ran into an
export problem.  First thing I did was upgrade to the latest release,
but I'm still seeing the exact same crash.

	I have a session that I'm using to transfer material from
cassette tapes to digital.  It's all spoken word, so I started jack at
16kHz (-r 16000).  I recorded a few of the tapes and decided I'd
export some of the tracks to clean up disk space.

	First I tried exporting at 22.5kHz.  The progress bar goes a
litte bit, then boom, I get a Seg Fault.  With beta9.1, same thing for
44.1kHz.  With beta19, the export is running right now at 44.1kHz with
no issue.

	I was disappointed to see I couldn't export at 16kHz, without
any resampling.  Are oddball sampling rates a known issue?  Would more
debugging info be interesting?  I could build a debug ardour and run
through gdb if this is a crash that needs to be addressed.

Thanks for the great software,

(BTW - Does everyone know that ardour-dev-ardour.org at ardour.org is not
being accepted by the mail hosts for ardour.org?  The welcome message
indicated that it wasn't used much anymore, but it was actually
broken.  Just FYI.)

Ross Vandegrift
ross at lug.udel.edu

"The good Christian should beware of mathematicians, and all those who
make empty prophecies. The danger already exists that the mathematicians
have made a covenant with the devil to darken the spirit and to confine
man in the bonds of Hell."
	--St. Augustine, De Genesi ad Litteram, Book II, xviii, 37

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