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Re: Help!

Postby KonstantinDmitriev » Sat Dec 28, 2013 11:24 am

tushantin wrote:The time-scale is usually random. Sometimes in two hours, sometimes within 15 mins.


First of all, let me mention that one crash per hour is pretty much ok for Synfig. So I don't see much reasons to treat your case as "more unstable than usual". ^__^

Analysis of core file sent by you doesn't gives me anything valuable. Without any additional information (i.e. steps to reproduce the problem) I cannot help you. Please try to track your activity and find the pattern triggering the crash, then report it to the bugtracker.

There is only one thing I can advice in such conditions: try to close the Navigator Panel - it might heavily increase the program stability. ^__^

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Re: Help!

Postby tushantin » Sat Dec 28, 2013 2:19 pm

I don't have the navigator panel on. xD It's useless to me.

I realize this isn't "more unstable than usual", but it certainly is annoying and wondered if my reports could help you find the instability if you're looking for them. As for the patterns, if this narrows it down in any case as it's not always definitive, most of these crashes spontaneously occur when I'm playing around with layers, usually when right-clicking on those layers. Not sure what other action it coincides with (I'm too focused with "drawing" things in my scene that I usually don't pay attention to the tools; Synfig has become my "other limb"), but it certainly occurs with the layers -- either clicking or right-clicking them.
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Re: Help!

Postby tushantin » Sat Dec 28, 2013 4:16 pm

Just wanted to inform. Crashes again mostly on right-clicking (often right after using the timeline OR panning/zooming the screen). The crashes seem to be all the more frequent now (that is, within every 2 to 5 mins)...
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Re: Help!

Postby Genete » Sun Dec 29, 2013 5:14 am

Just in case: continue working with lower resolution and worse quality. Stick to software render. Check if the crashes continues.
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Re: Help!

Postby KonstantinDmitriev » Mon Dec 30, 2013 4:36 am

tushantin:
Bug reports are always welcome to the bugtracker.
Also, I can recommend an awesome reading for you - http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html ^__^

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Re: Help!

Postby tushantin » Fri Jan 03, 2014 9:28 am

Genete wrote:Just in case: continue working with lower resolution and worse quality. Stick to software render. Check if the crashes continues.
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Seems to crash even with lower resolution on. :/ I'm sticking to software render.

Zelgadis wrote:tushantin:
Bug reports are always welcome to the bugtracker.
Also, I can recommend an awesome reading for you - http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/bugs.html ^__^

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Okay, I'll do so. Can't read the recommended read yet, but I'll do so when I can. Till then, I'll launch a bug-report because the crashes seem to be even more frequent than the previous releases...
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Re: Help!

Postby Jfuzi » Wed Apr 23, 2014 10:20 pm

I'm kinda late to the thread, but I just wanted to say that you are doing a great job on an important project, Synfig being the best open source animation software out there.

That said, I would be thrilled if there was a new fundraising campaign. This is a project I would actually like to fund.

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Re: Help!

Postby Genete » Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:55 am

Jfuzi wrote:I'm kinda late to the thread, but I just wanted to say that you are doing a great job on an important project, Synfig being the best open source animation software out there.

That said, I would be thrilled if there was a new fundraising campaign. This is a project I would actually like to fund.

Regards, Jfuzi

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Re: Help!

Postby d.j.a.y » Thu Apr 24, 2014 1:59 am

Jfuzi wrote:That said, I would be thrilled if there was a new fundraising campaign. This is a project I would actually like to fund.


Actually different ways exist to fund the synfig project and the monthly campaign (see reports here)
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Re: Help!

Postby Jfuzi » Thu Apr 24, 2014 5:30 am

Ah, I wonder how I didn't notice this? It's featured quite prominently on the frontpage of synfigs website. Maybe you guys should feature it on the forum more prominently too, or maybe I'm just not the most perceptive fellow...

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Re: Help!

Postby seoservice » Wed Oct 14, 2015 7:14 am

Hi

Not sure if this is right thread to ask the query . But being new to Synfig . I was about to install it on my Windows 7 OS.
I need some animations for one of my client .

On the download page (http://www.fosshub.com/Synfig.html) I can see 64 bit and 32 bit Windows platform installer . Can you recommend which one should i install and try out . Although i am going through all documentation but though instant reply can help me out .

thanks
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Re: Help!

Postby hulf2012 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 12:08 pm

Hello seoservice,

It's better if you open a new topic.

But with all respect, let me say: In my opinion, you are risking too much (your professional rating) in doing an animation for a client with a software that you almost know... or perhaps there are other factors We don't know.

If your machine is relatively new (say form 2 or 3 years ago),surelly it has a system that support 64bits version. So it's better to install 64bits version of synfig. The last one is synfig 1.0.2.

I won't say more here. Please open other topic

Greetings


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