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|0002552||ardour||bugs||public||2009-02-14 16:42||2010-04-24 10:31|
|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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2009-02-15 00:30: 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!
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 16:42||wicked_boy||New Issue|
|2009-02-14 17:16||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005714|
|2009-02-15 00:30||wicked_boy||Sponsorship Added||wicked_boy: US$ 5|
|2009-02-15 00:30||wicked_boy||Sponsorship Total||0 => 5|
|2009-02-15 00:45||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005717|
|2009-02-18 22:45||drobilla||Note Added: 0005729|
|2009-02-18 22:51||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005730|
|2009-02-18 22:52||wicked_boy||Note Added: 0005731|
|2009-02-18 23:16||wicked_boy||File Added: nudge-maybe.jpg|
|2009-06-08 02:53||paincho||Note Added: 0006055|
|2009-06-08 05:04||paincho||Note Added: 0006056|
|2009-06-08 05:05||paincho||Note Edited: 0006056|
|2010-04-24 10:28||cth103||Category||bugs => bugs2|
|2010-04-24 10:31||cth103||Category||bugs2 => bugs|