[all versions] Crashes on Windows 7 when changing "local playback downmixing"

Started by VINT64, November 01, 2017, 08:32:47 pm

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VINT64

I choose .avi file, I select audio track from .ac3 file.
Each time when I change position to play, and then click "play", it has audio bug: firstly audio plays two seconds from previous place, then it switches to current place. Changing shift doesn't help: first two garbage seconds are still preserved, and when actual sound starts to go, then it goes with shift.
Seems that there is some internal C-like "array out of bounds" glitches.
When I try to change local playback downmixing from "Pro logic" to any other, and click "play" - avidemux crashes. Sometimes instantly, sometimes before crash it gives me following pop-up window:
QuoteExceptionFilter
The application has encountered a fatal problem
The current editing has been saved and will be reloaded at next start.

On "show details" it gives me a lot of text, I copied it to a file and attached to the post.
After it I have pop-up window from Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime library, saying that application has requested the Runtime to terminate in an unusual way.
And after it the program crashes as in the first case.
I tried on 2.7.0 and two different versions of 2.6, one of it both 32x and 64x versions.
What sort of problem do I have?

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Quote from: VINT64 on November 01, 2017, 08:32:47 pm
I choose .avi file, I select audio track from .ac3 file.
Each time when I change position to play, and then click "play", it has audio bug: firstly audio plays two seconds from previous place, then it switches to current place. Changing shift doesn't help: first two garbage seconds are still preserved, and when actual sound starts to go, then it goes with shift.


Confirming.

QuoteWhen I try to change local playback downmixing from "Pro logic" to any other, and click "play" - avidemux crashes.


Can't reproduce the crash, at least on Linux.

QuoteI tried on 2.7.0 and two different versions of 2.6, one of it both 32x and 64x versions.


Please try the latest win64 nightly: http://avidemux.org/nightly/win64/, though I don't expect any different behaviour.

VINT64

Never works.
The only way to reset the behavior - re-select the track and immediately save video without playing it.