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|0002552||ardour||bugs||public||2009-02-14 08:42||2010-04-24 03:31|
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|Summary||0002552: what is happening at 5 mins...|
|Description||Hi for 3 hours I have had ardour (current SVN) crash on record at 5 minutes exactly.. hiss is after recording 16 tracks in and tryin gto record another... |
prior to 16 tracks at 5 minutes the playhead stopped following the recording but kept recording the track... I was going to report this as a minor bug..
Since then I noticed a window under the "Time Master" switch.. this was set to 5 minutes.. changing this .. stopped the crashing, however didn't fix the playhead issue.. What is going on here.. what is the purpose of this window??? It is very non-inttuitive and changing this on an existing project simply stopped it crashing.. but did not fix playhead issues...
Please explain... or better yet remove this..
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2009-02-14 16:30: wicked_boy (US$ 5)
|okay .. whatever this "feature" time setting is.. it seems to be fixed at 5 minutes.... I started a new project and before recording set this to 7 minutes... however at 5 minutes it started giving issues with the transport....|
|apologies for dual posting this issue. It appeared that the first one hadn't gone though. (also for the emotional tone to this message).. I can't sponsor any more than 5 bucks as I have already paid 30 to Hans and will pay an additional 30 to the project next pay cycle (in a month) .. for the completion of MIDI clock...|
That is region nudge (as the associated button tooltips imply), and is almost certainly unrelated.
I can confirm the playhead following stops working, and the session end marker is at 5 minutes after which the recorded data isn't displayed at all, but it does not crash and will record past 5 minutes.
Crashing only occurs once there are a number of tracks already recorded.
I had 14 mono tracks and a stereo track. It began crashing at this 5 minute marker.
It is certainly strange but it did stop crashing once I changed the value in the session nudge.
|P.S the tracks were all in excess of 5:15 minutes in recorded length. no plugins were running at the time. CHanging period size in jackd appeared to have no impact on the result here.|
wicked_boy, I too have experienced some of the things you are seeings, specifically with the 5 minute mark. What operating system are you running it on? When running Ubuntu 9.04 or Ubuntu Studio 9.04 (both running Ardour 2.7.something) I noticed that when I recorded in Ardour the waveforms will freeze at the 5 minute mark where there is a "End" marker above the waveforms. The timer kept going at the top of Ardour, and it seemingly kept recording, I made some 20+ minute sessions. The display would freeze at 5 minutes, but after I hit stop, the waveforms would will out to the entire recording and show all 20 minutes of it. It was driving me crazy. I also see the same thing you see in the screen shot, where by default it had a selection at 5 minutes. So I began to wonder if perhaps the build for 9.04 was bad, or there was some change that messed it up. I just installed Ubuntu Studio 8.04 with Ardour 2.3 (3029), no updates to anything installed yet, just whatever is on the latest cd. Everything works fine, I've had 3 channels going in at 96kHz, it's been running over 30 minutes now, waveforms still displaying.
So long story long, for me at least, I am not getting these problems on Ubuntu 8.04. If that's a possibility for you wicked_boy I suggest doing that for now until someone compiles a better build of Ardour for 9.04. If you are running another OS, let me know and I can provide more info for troubleshooting purposes. Hope that helps... it was driving me crazy!
edited on: 2009-06-07 22:05
Did some more tinkering, here is some more info. Since Ardour 2.3 was running nicely in ubuntu studio 8.04 I decided to uninstall ardour through the package manager, then install the getdeb build of Ardour 2.8 (http://www.getdeb.net/search.php?keywords=ardour [^]) for 8.04 (hardy).
Ran a recording on 2.8 for about 20 minutes, the playhead kept up real time and the waveforms never froze. The time meter defaulted to 5 minutes this time instead of 0 as I saw in 2.3, but thankfully the recording worked fine.
So I don't know if it's the build of 2.7 in Ubuntu 9.04 or something about the audio system in 9.04 but, again I think your best bet for now wicked_boy would be to move back to 8.04.
|2009-02-14 08:42||wicked_boy||New Issue|
|2009-02-14 09:16||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005714|
|2009-02-14 16:30||wicked_boy||Sponsorship Added||wicked_boy: US$ 5|
|2009-02-14 16:30||wicked_boy||Sponsorship Total||0 => 5|
|2009-02-14 16:45||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005717|
|2009-02-18 14:45||drobilla||Note Added: 0005729|
|2009-02-18 14:51||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005730|
|2009-02-18 14:52||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005731|
|2009-02-18 15:16||wicked_boy||File Added: nudge-maybe.jpg|
|2009-06-07 19:53||paincho||Note Added: 0006055|
|2009-06-07 22:04||paincho||Note Added: 0006056|
|2009-06-07 22:05||paincho||Note Edited: 0006056|
|2010-04-24 03:28||cth103||Category||bugs => bugs2|
|2010-04-24 03:31||cth103||Category||bugs2 => bugs|
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