Waveform

Waveform 1.4.0

GPMike

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Love this plugin. Unfortunately getting regular crashes. Report attached.
 

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  • Crash 2022-03-31 09-14-55.txt
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Mishasama

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Could you please add support for multichannel? I'm using 7.1.
 

Phandasm

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Could you please add support for multichannel? I'm using 7.1.
7.1 should work. I'm honestly pretty surprised to see that since that message is only given if OBS itself cannot seem to determine the audio configuration.
If you're sure everything is configured properly, could you post a complete log file or describe your setup so I can try to reproduce this?
 

Mishasama

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7.1 should work. I'm honestly pretty surprised to see that since that message is only given if OBS itself cannot seem to determine the audio configuration.
If you're sure everything is configured properly, could you post a complete log file or describe your setup so I can try to reproduce this?
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Mishasama

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Phandasm

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It works! Thank you very much!

Another bug here.
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The rounded caps looks don't fit the bars.
I believe that might be an aliasing / floating-point rounding issue with the preview
check what it looks like without any scaling applied (select edit->preview scaling->canvas) or make a short recording and see if it's still there in the actual video output
 

Mishasama

New Member
I believe that might be an aliasing / floating-point rounding issue with the preview
check what it looks like without any scaling applied (select edit->preview scaling->canvas) or make a short recording and see if it's still there in the actual video output
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You are right.
But if we scale it. It will occur this problem.
If using filtering. It will look much worse.
 

Mishasama

New Member
I can't reproduce this, studio mode works fine for me.
Does it work if you choose a specific audio output instead of 'output bus'? is there anything in the log file?
Sorry, I can't reproduce too after restarting OBS.

But another problem here. And confirmed after restarting OBS.
It looks not related to the studio mode.
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After restarting with sources.
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If I select Output Bus and then restart OBS, it crashes sometimes.
And if it starts successfully, it won't say "Failed to get audio source" but have to wait a long time to start moving the bars.
 

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Phandasm

Member
Sorry, I can't reproduce too after restarting OBS.

But another problem here. And confirmed after restarting OBS.
It looks not related to the studio mode.
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After restarting with sources.
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If I select Output Bus and then restart OBS, it crashes sometimes.
And if it starts successfully, it won't say "Failed to get audio source" but have to wait a long time to start moving the bars.
Are you using a fork of OBS?
Mainline OBS source code claims 8 channels is the max, yet yours reports 14.
This is why it gives the "Attempting to support unknown channel config" error as OBS's own APIs cannot tell me the channel mapping of this configuration.
The crash is in the callback for capturing audio from the output bus. There is nothing wrong with the code provided that the callback is actually supplying the correct amount of audio data.
I would guess that your OBS fork does not properly implement audio_output_connect() for whatever configuration you're using.
There is not much I can do about this.
 

Phandasm

Member
Are you using a fork of OBS?
Mainline OBS source code claims 8 channels is the max, yet yours reports 14.
This is why it gives the "Attempting to support unknown channel config" error as OBS's own APIs cannot tell me the channel mapping of this configuration.
The crash is in the callback for capturing audio from the output bus. There is nothing wrong with the code provided that the callback is actually supplying the correct amount of audio data.
I would guess that your OBS fork does not properly implement audio_output_connect() for whatever configuration you're using.
There is not much I can do about this.
So I went ahead and tested this on OBS Music Edition and can confirm this is a bug in their implementation of audio_output_connect() in 14 channel mode.
Specifically the 'frames' member of the audio_data struct that gets passed to the callback is filled with a (very large) bogus number.
You'll have to file an issue with them.
 
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