Casual user for a personal blog. Just upgraded to 2.3.2 and every time I either time shift a track or cut a piece of track, then click the quick play, it crashes and I can’t even click Continue. I have to Force Quit the app and recover my project. If I save between each action, it sometimes lets me quick play, but not always. If I can recover, the log says there are orphaned files, that there is wrong architecture and that there are missing images.
I’ve deleted the config file and updated the FFmpeg files. What am I missing?
Thanks, but that didn’t work either. If I only have one track that I’m editing, everything is fine. The moment I add another track (e.g. intro/outro) and then edit anything it crashes. I’ve even updated the edited tracks and exported them as new .mp3s and still it crashes with more than one track added to a project.
It freezes and gives me the crash report window, which I can’t send because it’s frozen. I have to Force Quit to get it back. It happens whether I am using the computer mic/speakers, or have my Yeti connected.
Hi. I am a new User for Audacity and I am having the same issue. I am editing a podcast and when I add another file to the main file, the system crashes. I get the Debug Report notification but the system is frozen with the “whirling ball of death”. I have to switch windows to another program and then “Force Quit” Audacity Which is “not responding”. Help please…Russ
Rustyc101, you appear to be describing a different problem. This topic is specifically about using “Quick Play”. Unless the problem that you are describing matches exactly with the problem described in the first post, please start a new topic. It becomes very confusing if multiple issues are being discussed in the same forum thread.
Actually, Russ’ issue is exactly what’s happening to me (see first post with logs). My issue is isolated to when I upgraded to 2.3.2. But it only seems to be happening if I have more than one track in a project and make an edit. Crash, freeze, force quit.