Just began a new slideshow production of a recent trip to Italy. During drag and drop of the digital images, and about 3/4 of the way through the production, the following error message appeared.
"Runtime Error! Program: C\ etc. This application has requested the runtime to terminate in an unusual way." Videowave then closed. Fortunately, I had saved the file just prior to this error and closing. Checked the various runtime error postings, but none seemed to apply.
Here's my question, and it relates to a feature on the digital camera used to shoot the digital images. The feature is D-Range Optimizer and In-Camera HDR. This is used when the ambient light is not sufficient, such as inside a church and when a flash cannot be used. The camera shoots multiple images of the same object looking at various small areas to examine the contrast of highlights and shadows. The camera then makes adjustments to produce the best combination of brightness and tones and then combines the exposures. The result is two digital images, the original and the second that has been modified. The error occurred during the process of dragging and dropping of several of these images. Does anyone know if these modified images are causing the runtime error. The error has occurred three times and each time these types of images were being dragged and dropped. By the way, after getting them to the Storyline, the image that is under-exposed, which is the unmodified image, is deleted from the production.
This may be just a coincidence, but when it occurred each time under identical conditions, it makes one wonder.