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Quicktime Update causing Popcorn 2 to crash?

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I just updated to Quicktime 7.3 and now Popcorn crashes immediately after I launch it. I'm still running OSX 10.4.10 and Popcorn 2.0.1 was working without any problems until I updated Quicktime (and Itunes to 7.5 (19)). I tried trashing Popcorn 2.0.1 and reinstalling 2.0 but it still crashes after launch. I'm assuming that this associated with the problem with Leopard, but I'm still using Tiger.

 

Anyone experiencing this or have any fixes? Would upgrading to Popcorn 3.0 solve this problem? I'd rather not have to if there is another solution.

 

Thanks

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Popcorn 2 opens okay for me on my G5 iMac running 10.4.10 and Quicktime 7.3. I haven't tried using it for anything because I also have Popcorn 3.

 

Some users of Popcorn and Toast say the application crashes on launch if a certain Xvid codec is in their Quicktime library. You might check for a third-party codec that can be causing a conflict.

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Popcorn 2 opens okay for me on my G5 iMac running 10.4.10 and Quicktime 7.3. I haven't tried using it for anything because I also have Popcorn 3.

 

Some users of Popcorn and Toast say the application crashes on launch if a certain Xvid codec is in their Quicktime library. You might check for a third-party codec that can be causing a conflict.

 

Thanks tsantee. I did recently install an Xvid codec and removing it solved the problem.

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Popcorn 2 opens okay for me on my G5 iMac running 10.4.10 and Quicktime 7.3. I haven't tried using it for anything because I also have Popcorn 3.

 

Some users of Popcorn and Toast say the application crashes on launch if a certain Xvid codec is in their Quicktime library. You might check for a third-party codec that can be causing a conflict.

 

Genius reply. Fixed my little problem. Thanks M8!

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Genius reply. Fixed my little problem. Thanks M8!

 

 

I HOPE YOU CAN FIX MINE. I USE AN IBOOK, 512 MB RAM; POP CRASHES WHEN I SELECT A VIDEO_ TS FOLDER. USING POPCORN 1.03, ON MY IMAC, EVERYTHING [sYS 10.39] IS FINE. WHEN I USE POP2, ON THE IBOOK, SYS 10.49, QT 7.3-I T HINK- CRASH CRASH. FOR MY GEEK GENIUS FRIENDS, HERE IS THE WRITING ON THE WALL :

 

on my screen, after crash, this appears.[ i actually selected a few phrases from below[such as kern_invalid, etc, placed on google, but no help......] ihope you can help me, and others. t hanks.

 

bradclif

 

 

 

WebTicket

01/06/08 5:10 PM had JUST selected a Video_TS folder to open, then popcorn promptly crashed. occurred after 2 more attempts. restart computer, repaired permissions,updated binding........crash.

bummer. please help

2008-01-06 20:07:58 -0500

 

EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)

KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS (0x0001) at 0x6170708c

 

Thread 0 Crashed:

0 objc_msgSend_rtp + 24

1 CFEqual + 240

2 __CFDictionaryFindBuckets1b + 272

3 CFDictionaryGetValue + 212

4 CFPreferencesAppSynchronize + 76

5 SyncWithPrefsIfNecessary + 56

6 TalkingAlertsEnabled + 40

7 RunStandardAlert + 196

8 CMessenger::PostMessageInternal(short, short) + 412

9 CMessenger::PostMessage(short, short)::T::Run() + 44

 

Date/Time: 2008-01-06 20:07:58.239 -0500

OS Version: 10.4.11 (Build 8S165)

Report Version: 4

 

Command: Popcorn

Path: /Applications/Popcorn2.app/Contents/MacOS/Popcorn

Parent: WindowServer [100]

 

Version: 2.0 (2.0)

 

PID: 13707

Thread: 0

 

Exception: EXC_BAD_ACCESS (0x0001)

Codes: KERN_INVALID_ADDRESS (0x0001) at 0x6170708c

 

Thread 0 Crashed:

0 <<00000000>> 0xfffeff18 objc_msgSend_rtp + 24

1 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x907c5df0 CFEqual + 240

2 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x907cfac0 __CFDictionaryFindBuckets1b + 272

3 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x907cf980 CFDictionaryGetValue + 212

4 com.apple.CoreFoundation 0x9081b0b0 CFPreferencesAppSynchronize + 76

5 ....speech.synthesis.framework 0x9199a1b0 SyncWithPrefsIfNecessary + 56

6 ....speech.synthesis.framework 0x9199a0a8 TalkingAlertsEnabled + 40

7 com.apple.HIToolbox 0x933e65b8 RunStandardAlert + 196

8 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0001aae4 CMessenger::PostMessageInternal(short, short) + 412

9 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0001a27c CMessenger::PostMessage(short, short)::T::Run() + 44

10 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x001612c8 LXMainThreadSwitcher::RunAsMain(bool) + 120

11 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0001a338 CMessenger::PostMessage(short, short) + 84

12 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x000198c0 UMessenger::PostMessage(short, short)::T::Run() + 48

13 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x001612c8 LXMainThreadSwitcher::RunAsMain(bool) + 120

14 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0001997c UMessenger::PostMessage(short, short) + 80

15 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x003709f0 CPopcornTranscoder::ReportPopcornLibError(int, bool) + 424

16 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x003767d4 CPopcornCache::ChoredSheet(TFSSpec const&, int)::CDeferredSheet::SpendTime(EventRecord const&) + 136

17 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x00376620 CPopcornCache::ChoredSheet(TFSSpec const&, int) + 380

18 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x00377414 CPopcornCache::SetVideoTSSpec(TFSSpec const&, bool, int) + 748

19 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0037a220 CTUIControllerPopcorn::AssignVideoTSSpec(TFSSpec const&, bool) + 136

20 com.roxio.Popcorn 0x0037c250 CTUIControllerPopcornFolder::OpenFS

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