View Full Version : HLS crashes, and sequence gone (or corrupt)?

05-05-2013, 10:33 PM
Let me just preface this by saying that I'm just getting started with HLS, so I could be doing something completely wrong.

I defined some channels, made some simple effects, and was working on a preview. During this, HLS crashed. Now, when I try to open the sequence, nothing comes up. HLS doesn't give any sort of error message, but there's nothing there. No audio, no channels, nothing.

Any suggestions on what to try? Yes, I'm running HLS as administrator. I've restarted the computer. All the files seem to be there in the sequence folder, but HLS isn't happy with something.


05-05-2013, 10:37 PM
Just saw the follow in a crash report file if that helps.


Crash Exit Value of 0

******** Hinkle's Exception Report ********

Report Date (Crash Date): 2013-05-05 21:30:12

Application: C:\HLS\HLS\HLS.exe 4-19-2013

UserID: Mark

Computer: VAIO
Current Memory Load: 54%

Total Physical Memory: 3995.28 Mbytes

Available Physical Memory: 1827.99 Mbytes

Total Virtual Memory: 2047.88 Mbytes

Available Virtual Memory: 1813.42 Mbytes

Process Page Fault Count: 13014

Process Working Set Size: 35057664 bytes

Process Peak Working Set Size: 35946496 bytes

Process Quota Paged Pool Usage: 317824

Process Quota Peak Paged Pool Usage: 417920

Process Quota Non Paged Pool Usage: 42656

Process Quota Peak Non Paged Pool Usage: 47152

Process Pagefile Usage: 21680128 bytes

Process Peak Pagefile Usage: 24330240 bytes

GUI resources used: 33, 109

USER resources used: 81, 139

Process creation time: 2013-05-05 21:30:01

Process life time: 0 hrs 00 min 11.443956 sec

Process kernel time usage: 0 hrs 00 min 00.592804 sec

Process user time usage: 0 hrs 00 min 00.499203 sec

ExceptionCode = 0xc0000005, Reason EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION
Address = 0x1006075


05-06-2013, 08:53 AM
Does not make sense because the HLS automatically saves the first HLS file with the audio file idnetified.

Did you tell HLS to SAVE while you were working?


05-06-2013, 11:53 AM
Yep, several times. There are several old versions of save files still in the sequence directory. Should I try going back to one of those?