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Popcorn Quit Unexpectedly Error

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Hello,

 

I recently updated my MacBook Pro to 10.10.2. I also upgraded Popcorn to 4.02. When I try to create a DVD from a Video_TS folder, I'm able to select what to burn (Main movie, extras, subtitles etc) but as soon as I select the 'Record Disc' button, Popcorn quits unexpectedly. Please see the error message below and let me know if you have any suggestions. Thanks.

 

Process: Popcorn [1648]

Path: /Applications/Popcorn 4/Popcorn.app/Contents/MacOS/Popcorn

Identifier: com.roxio.Popcorn

Version: 4.0.2 [318] (4.0.2)

Code Type: X86 (Native)

Parent Process: ??? [1]

Responsible: Popcorn [1648]

User ID: 501

 

Date/Time: 2015-02-24 16:32:14.025 -0500

OS Version: Mac OS X 10.10.2 (14C109)

Report Version: 11

Anonymous UUID: 5F410EA0-2456-F482-4F5F-E43BE3E7F4C6

 

Sleep/Wake UUID: D64125E3-3844-417C-84A7-840D4D4A3767

 

Time Awake Since Boot: 69000 seconds

Time Since Wake: 31000 seconds

 

Crashed Thread: 11

 

Exception Type: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (SIGSEGV)

Exception Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS at 0x0000000000000a7b

 

VM Regions Near 0xa7b:

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Could be that Popcorn no longer works with the current Mac OS. Also, if the VIDEO_TS folder came from a ripped commercial DVD it may be that Popcorn doesn't work with that ripping application. Have you tried having Popcorn burn the complete VIDEO_TS folder without selecting specific items?

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Thanks for your reply. Your suggestion worked. I didn't re-author the video_TS folder and the DVD burned successfully. Thanks for your help.

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