0.48.018 rock lobster test build

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Jim

Jim
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if you're using the scene switcher plugin, that has a memory leak I believe. otherwise I wasn't able to find any
 

ThoNohT

Developer
The memory leak in scene switcher is from a test build that was not released. I doubt that's the cause, unless he got the r26_test zip from the repository himself.
 

Voxletum

Member
Maybe I missed it in the log, but can we have OBS dump a list of the loaded plugins and their versions for a situation like this?
 

ball2hi

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Jim said:
if you're using the scene switcher plugin, that has a memory leak I believe. otherwise I wasn't able to find any
The only additional plugin I am using is the [Beta] plugin of OBS Remote.
 

Haliinen

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Just tested out the latest test build and I experienced a crash with it when configuring the Elgato device, by right clicking on its properties, just configuring the device in its own window, clicking OK, then clicking OK again in OBS' own configuration window caused the app to crash.

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OBS has encountered an unhandled exception and has terminated. If you are able to
reproduce this crash, please submit this crash report on the forums at
http://www.obsproject.com/ - include the contents of this crash log and the
minidump .dmp file (if available) as well as your regular OBS log files and
a description of what you were doing at the time of the crash.

This crash appears to have occured in the 'c:\users\haliinen\desktop\obs ??????\obs_0_48_018_test\32bit\plugins\dshowplugin.dll' module.

**** UNHANDLED EXCEPTION: c0000005
Fault address: 68EB3665 (c:\users\haliinen\desktop\obs ??????\obs_0_48_018_test\32bit\plugins\dshowplugin.dll)
OBS version: Open Broadcaster Software v0.48.018b (rock lobster test build)
Windows version: 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1

Crashing thread stack trace:
Stack    EIP      Arg0     Arg1     Arg2     Arg3     Address
0043F38C 68EB3665 76CC56AF 00000000 0049AA60 636E4510 dshowplugin.dll!DeviceSource::LoadFilters+0xbc5
0043F47C 68EB54F8 00FE7DD0 0049C180 0009D160 001C4CC0 dshowplugin.dll!DeviceSource::UpdateSettings+0x1d8
0043F4D4 00FE7EF4 0009D160 00000000 76C63564 00000000 obs.exe!OBS::ConfigGlobalSource+0x124
0043F4EC 0100A714 00220C22 00000204 00000002 00080050 obs.exe!OBS::ListboxHook+0x16e4
0043F61C 75A662FA 01009030 00220C22 00000204 00000002 user32.dll!0x75a662fa
0043F648 75A66D3A 00000000 01009030 00220C22 00000204 user32.dll!0x75a66d3a
0043F6C0 75A677C4 01009030 00000000 0043F754 75A8C81F user32.dll!0x75a677c4
0043F720 75A6788A 0043F7DC 636E3C40 0BB30B5F 75A678E2 user32.dll!0x75a6788a
0043F730 75A8C81F 00EA07B6 00000000 76C636F4 00000000 user32.dll!0x75a8c81f
0043F75C 00FEA908 0000000C 0043FC50 0104ADA9 00FD0000 obs.exe!WinMain+0x868
0043FBBC 010676D8 FFFDE000 0043FC9C 76EE9EF2 FFFDE000 obs.exe!_ValidateExecute+0x39ac
0043FC58 75F833AA 0104ADFC FFFDE000 00000000 00000000 kernel32.dll!0x75f833aa
0043FCA4 76EE9EC5 FFFDE000 00000000 00000000 00000000 ntdll.dll!0x76ee9ec5
0043FCA8 0104ADFB EDC53068 3FEDE876 6583FFFF 24A100FC obs.exe!strstr+0x21b
76EE9ECD 146A9090 3FEDE876 6583FFFF 24A100FC FF76FB42 <unknown>!0x146a9090
76EE9ED1 FFFFFFFFEDC53068 6583FFFF 24A100FC FF76FB42 C0850C75 <unknown>!0xffffffffedc53068
76EE9ED5 3FEDE876 24A100FC FF76FB42 C0850C75 D3CD840F <unknown>!0x3fede876
76EE9ED9 6583FFFF FF76FB42 C0850C75 D3CD840F 558B0004 <unknown>!0x6583ffff
76EE9EDD 24A100FC C0850C75 D3CD840F 558B0004 FFC93308 <unknown>!0x24a100fc
76EE9EE1 FFFFFFFFFF76FB42 D3CD840F 558B0004 FFC93308 FC45C7D0 <unknown>!0xffffffffff76fb42
76EE9EE5 FFFFFFFFC0850C75 558B0004 FFC93308 FC45C7D0 FFFFFFFE <unknown>!0xffffffffc0850c75
76EE9EE9 FFFFFFFFD3CD840F FFC93308 FC45C7D0 FFFFFFFE FF400BE8 <unknown>!0xffffffffd3cd840f
76EE9EED 558B0004 FC45C7D0 FFFFFFFE FF400BE8 0008C2FF <unknown>!0x558b0004
76EE9EF1 FFFFFFFFFFC93308 FFFFFFFE FF400BE8 0008C2FF 90909090 <unknown>!0xffffffffffc93308
76EE9EF5 FFFFFFFFFC45C7D0 FF400BE8 0008C2FF 90909090 682C6A90 <unknown>!0xfffffffffc45c7d0
76EE9EF9 FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFE 0008C2FF 90909090 682C6A90 76EDBF78 <unknown>!0xfffffffffffffffe
76EE9EFD FFFFFFFFFF400BE8 90909090 682C6A90 76EDBF78 FF3FB2E8 <unknown>!0xffffffffff400be8
76EE9F01 0008C2FF 682C6A90 76EDBF78 FF3FB2E8 358B64FF <unknown>!0x8c2ff
76EE9F05 FFFFFFFF90909090 76EDBF78 FF3FB2E8 358B64FF 00000018 <unknown>!0xffffffff90909090
76EE9F09 682C6A90 FF3FB2E8 358B64FF 00000018 64C47589 <unknown>!0x682c6a90
76EE9F0D 76EDBF78 0004A122 E2F77FFE 0F08E1C1 00040DAF ntdll.dll!0x76edbf78
76EEA00D 75C83B7F E2F77FFE 0F08E1C1 00040DAF AC0F7FFE shlwapi.dll!Ordinal197+0x2e0
76EEA011 0004A122 0F08E1C1 00040DAF AC0F7FFE EAC118D0 <unknown>!0x4a122
76EEA015 FFFFFFFFE2F77FFE 00040DAF AC0F7FFE EAC118D0 89C10318 <unknown>!0xffffffffe2f77ffe
76EEA019 0F08E1C1 AC0F7FFE EAC118D0 89C10318 5D5E1446 <unknown>!0xf08e1c1
76EEA01D 00040DAF EAC118D0 89C10318 5D5E1446 F30004C2 <unknown>!0x40daf
76EEA021 FFFFFFFFAC0F7FFE 89C10318 5D5E1446 F30004C2 90C5EB90 <unknown>!0xffffffffac0f7ffe
76EEA025 FFFFFFFFEAC118D0 5D5E1446 F30004C2 90C5EB90 90909090 <unknown>!0xffffffffeac118d0
76EEA029 FFFFFFFF89C10318 F30004C2 90C5EB90 90909090 3868686A <unknown>!0xffffffff89c10318
76EEA02D 5D5E1446 90C5EB90 90909090 3868686A E876EDBE <unknown>!0x5d5e1446
76EEA031 FFFFFFFFF30004C2 90909090 3868686A E876EDBE FFFF3E7F <unknown>!0xfffffffff30004c2
76EEA035 FFFFFFFF90C5EB90 3868686A E876EDBE FFFF3E7F 18358B64 <unknown>!0xffffffff90c5eb90
76EEA039 FFFFFFFF90909090 E876EDBE FFFF3E7F 18358B64 8B000000 <unknown>!0xffffffff90909090
76EEA03D 3868686A FFFF3E7F 18358B64 8B000000 45893046 <unknown>!0x3868686a
76EEA041 FFFFFFFFE876EDBE 18358B64 8B000000 45893046 0A3D80E0 <unknown>!0xffffffffe876edbe
76EEA045 FFFFFFFFFFFF3E7F 8B000000 45893046 0A3D80E0 0076FB00 <unknown>!0xffffffffffff3e7f
76EEA049 18358B64 45893046 0A3D80E0 0076FB00 0197850F <unknown>!0x18358b64
76EEA04D FFFFFFFF8B000000 0A3D80E0 0076FB00 0197850F EEE80000 <unknown>!0xffffffff8b000000
76EEA051 45893046 0076FB00 0197850F EEE80000 85FFFFF9 <unknown>!0x45893046
76EEA055 0A3D80E0 0197850F EEE80000 85FFFFF9 8D6D75C0 <unknown>!0xa3d80e0
76EEA059 0076FB00 EEE80000 85FFFFF9 8D6D75C0 0001A8BE <unknown>!0x76fb00
76EEA05D 0197850F 85FFFFF9 8D6D75C0 0001A8BE 1FE85700 <unknown>!0x197850f
76EEA061 FFFFFFFFEEE80000 8D6D75C0 0001A8BE 1FE85700 33FFFFFF <unknown>!0xffffffffeee80000
76EEA065 FFFFFFFF85FFFFF9 0001A8BE 1FE85700 33FFFFFF 3BF08BDB <unknown>!0xffffffff85fffff9
76EEA069 FFFFFFFF8D6D75C0 1FE85700 33FFFFFF 3BF08BDB A28C0FF3 <unknown>!0xffffffff8d6d75c0
76EEA06D 0001A8BE 33FFFFFF 3BF08BDB A28C0FF3 3B000264 <unknown>!0x1a8be
76EEA071 1FE85700 3BF08BDB A28C0FF3 3B000264 ED8C0FF3 <unknown>!0x1fe85700
76EEA075 33FFFFFF A28C0FF3 3B000264 ED8C0FF3 E8000463 <unknown>!0x33ffffff
76EEA079 3BF08BDB 3B000264 ED8C0FF3 E8000463 FFFFFE79 <unknown>!0x3bf08bdb
76EEA07D FFFFFFFFA28C0FF3 ED8C0FF3 E8000463 FFFFFE79 F33BF08B <unknown>!0xffffffffa28c0ff3
76EEA081 3B000264 E8000463 FFFFFE79 F33BF08B 649C8C0F <unknown>!0x3b000264
76EEA085 FFFFFFFFED8C0FF3 FFFFFE79 F33BF08B 649C8C0F F33B0002 <unknown>!0xffffffffed8c0ff3
76EEA089 FFFFFFFFE8000463 F33BF08B 649C8C0F F33B0002 63D68C0F <unknown>!0xffffffffe8000463
76EEA08D FFFFFFFFFFFFFE79 649C8C0F F33B0002 63D68C0F C0680004 <unknown>!0xfffffffffffffe79
76EEA091 FFFFFFFFF33BF08B F33B0002 63D68C0F C0680004 E876FB20 <unknown>!0xfffffffff33bf08b
76EEA095 649C8C0F 63D68C0F C0680004 E876FB20 FFFE81F7 <unknown>!0x649c8c0f
76EEA099 FFFFFFFFF33B0002 C0680004 E876FB20 FFFE81F7 A1FC5D89 <unknown>!0xfffffffff33b0002
76EEA09D 63D68C0F E876FB20 FFFE81F7 A1FC5D89 76FB0214 <unknown>!0x63d68c0f
76EEA0A1 FFFFFFFFC0680004 FFFE81F7 A1FC5D89 76FB0214 33E44589 <unknown>!0xffffffffc0680004
76EEA0A5 FFFFFFFFE876FB20 A1FC5D89 76FB0214 33E44589 B1E943DB <unknown>!0xffffffffe876fb20
76EEA0A9 FFFFFFFFFFFE81F7 76FB0214 33E44589 B1E943DB E8000000 <unknown>!0xfffffffffffe81f7
76EEA0AD FFFFFFFFA1FC5D89 33E44589 B1E943DB E8000000 FFFFF89D <unknown>!0xffffffffa1fc5d89
76EEA0B1 76FB0214 B1E943DB E8000000 FFFFF89D 850FC085 ntdll.dll!0x76fb0214
76EEA0B5 33E44589 00242878 0D44E948 00000000 00000000 <unknown>!0x33e44589
76FB021C 0D44E940 0D44E948 00000000 00000000 00000000 <unknown>!0xd44e940
76FB0220 00242878 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 <unknown>!0x242878
76FB0224 0D44E948 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000 <unknown>!0xd44e948

A minidump was saved to C:\Users\Haliinen\AppData\Roaming\OBS\crashDumps\OBSCrashDump2013-04-22_1.dmp.
Please include this file when posting a crash report.

List of loaded modules:
Base Address      Module

Minidump file:
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/782 ... 4-22_1.dmp

EDIT: I want to note that this happened during stream preview. I have never had a dshowplugin.dll' module crash before.

EDIT: Just got the same crash again by doing the same procedure. Just go in Elgato configuarion window by clicking configure in its video device properties, click "Done" when done, then click "OK" in OBS' own video device config window and it will cause a crash.
 

greengo

New Member
I like to use the OBS, but lacks some features:
1. In xsplit you can add a video file to the scene, but obs can not do this, only the text or picture.
2. Still I very much hampered by the fact that you can not resize the window. The screen resolution is too low, and with the size of the program is not convenient stream.
This can be fixed in newer versions?
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secretply

Member
Video files are being worked on right now and will come later. There is a plugin for an experimental video file but it does not have any sound.

You can resize the window but the buttons and scenes/sources area will stay in tact so you can only resize it to a certain width. Right now, there is nothing being worked on right now related to this.
 

Jim

Jim
Developer
Haliinen - you need to download the latest elgato drivers if possible, I think some were just released yesterday. It supposedly should fix some of the crashes
 

Haliinen

Member
Jim said:
Haliinen - you need to download the latest elgato drivers if possible, I think some were just released yesterday. It supposedly should fix some of the crashes


Pretty sure I'm on the latest driver already but I will double check.

EDIT: Oooooohhhhhh, they just released new ones, nice nice.

It's just dumb that their updater is broken, I need to check their website every now and then to see if new drivers are out, ugh.
 

Haliinen

Member
Sorry for double posting but I just want you to notice, in global sources, software capture can still be chosen there, it should be removed from it as you did split window and monitor capture. Maybe it was just a slight oversight?

EDIT: Nope, dshowplugin.dll still causes OBS to crash even on latest Elgato drivers by simply going into OBS video device properties, just like how it was before, but then the videocaptureapi.dll was to blame.
 

strikefear13

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Just testing out Rock Lobster and I seem to be getting a crash involving the dshow plugin when I try to capture audio through hdmi on my avermedia hd dvr. Happens when I set it to "output to stream only" as "output to desktop" isn't working for me in this build as an alternative. (EDIT: I'm aware it says obs beta 17 as the folder. Forgot to rename it when I erased the contents and replaced them when beta 18, that's all :P) Here's the crash log:

OBS has encountered an unhandled exception and has terminated. If you are able to
reproduce this crash, please submit this crash report on the forums at
http://www.obsproject.com/ - include the contents of this crash log and the
minidump .dmp file (if available) as well as your regular OBS log files and
a description of what you were doing at the time of the crash.

This crash appears to have occured in the 'c:\users\chris\desktop\streaming\obs beta 17\plugins\dshowplugin.dll' module.

**** UNHANDLED EXCEPTION: c0000005
Fault address: 000007FEED7C41B5 (c:\users\chris\desktop\streaming\obs beta 17\plugins\dshowplugin.dll)
OBS version: Open Broadcaster Software v0.48.018b (rock lobster test build)
Windows version: 6.1 (Build 7601) Service Pack 1

Crashing thread stack trace:
Stack EIP Arg0 Arg1 Arg2 Arg3 Address
000000000022E980 000007FEED7C41B5 00000000021A6400 0000000000000000 00000000FFFFFFFF 00000000021A6400 dshowplugin.dll!DeviceSource::LoadFilters+0x11a5
000000000022EB60 000007FEED7C6149 0000000000000010 00000000021A6408 00000000021A6400 0000000000000001 dshowplugin.dll!DeviceSource::UpdateSettings+0x1f9
000000000022EBE0 000007FEED7C2BF7 00000000025323C0 00000000021A6400 00000000025323C0 000000000011F640 dshowplugin.dll!DeviceSource::Init+0x157
000000000022EC20 000007FEED7CC638 0000000000000007 00000000021A6400 000000010000000B 0000000000000000 dshowplugin.dll!CreateDShowSource+0x88
000000000022EC60 000000013FD2173C 000000013FDE9E88 0000000000000000 0000000002537100 000000013FD5FA10 obs.exe!OBS::CreateImageSource+0xfc
000000000022EC90 000007FEEA553C05 0000000002537100 0000000000000002 00000000021D0000 000000000011ED80 obsapi.dll!Scene::InsertImageSource+0xe5
000000000022ED40 000000013FD21B27 0000000000000005 000000000022EEA0 0000000000000111 00000000001B091C obs.exe!OBS::SetScene+0x2f7
000000000022EDA0 000000013FD663AF 0000000000000000 000000000022F030 0000000000000048 0000000000000001 obs.exe!OBS::OBSProc+0x8df
000000000022EF20 000000007715C3C1 000000000084A6A0 000000013FD65AD0 00000000FFFFFED1 00000000001B091C user32.dll!0x7715c3c1
000000000022EFE0 000000007715A6D8 00000000000B0932 0000000000000111 0000000000011391 0000000077157D4D user32.dll!0x7715a6d8
000000000022F070 000000007715A85D 00000000001B091C 0000000000000001 0000000000000000 000000000000000D user32.dll!0x7715a85d
000000000022F0C0 000007FEFC0D39A3 00000000004A2320 0000000000000005 0000000000000001 00003FA52479DB12 comctl32.dll!0x7fefc0d39a3
000000000022F0F0 000007FEFC0D4458 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000200 comctl32.dll!0x7fefc0d4458
000000000022F130 000007FEFC0D3BBB 0000000000000000 0000000000000200 0000000000000001 000007FEFBE3EEAF comctl32.dll!0x7fefc0d3bbb
000000000022F1D0 000007FEFC0BB441 FFFFFFFFE901158D 000000007715A54D 00000000000E00DA 000007FEFBE3133C comctl32.dll!0x7fefc0bb441
000000000022F310 000000007715C3C1 00000000001B091C 000007FEFC0BAE14 0000000000000202 00000000001B091C user32.dll!0x7715c3c1
000000000022F3D0 0000000077156484 0000000000000000 000000000022F560 0000000000000202 0000000000000202 user32.dll!0x77156484
000000000022F420 0000000077156400 000000000022F478 000000000022F488 0000000000000001 0000000000000000 user32.dll!0x77156400
000000000022F460 000000013FD62050 000000000000FF00 0000000000030000 0000000000000202 0000000000000000 obs.exe!OBS::ListboxHook+0x2640
000000000022F6C0 000000007715C3C1 000000000022F988 000000013FD5FA10 000000000084A6A0 00000000008D3200 user32.dll!0x7715c3c1
000000000022F780 000000007715C60A 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 000000013FD5FA10 0000000000000001 user32.dll!0x7715c60a
000000000022F800 0000000077159FAC 00000000003C0453 00000000003C0453 000007FEFC08F450 000000013FE17F80 user32.dll!0x77159fac
000000000022F890 000000013FD3DE99 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 obs.exe!WinMain+0x8a9
000000000022FDC0 000000013FDADBF0 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 obs.exe!strstr+0x1ac
000000000022FE70 0000000076E2652D 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 kernel32.dll!0x76e2652d
000000000022FEA0 000000007726C521 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 0000000000000000 ntdll.dll!0x7726c521
 

Jim

Jim
Developer
Ah okay, thanks for the info -- I'm going to check for some bugs in the directshow code. Though I actually still released it regardless. I'll hotfix if I find anything suspicious
 
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