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Old 07-29-2013, 08:16 PM
Matt Phelps Matt Phelps is offline
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Default Neyrinck causes bus thread error? Is this PT or Plugin?


I hope someone can help.

I am running Protools with the Neyrinck soundcode plugin. This is supposed to allow me to export media as OP1a MXF wrapped. Unfortunately it crashes on export.

I've reported this to Neyrinck but from checking through these forums I believe the error may be a Protools one rather than a Neyrinck one as the error message seems a common one:

"Bus Error in thread "Main Thread" at address 0x0".

Does anyone know what sort of error this may be and should I be chasing the plugin manufacturer or am I looking at a Protools issue? I'd welcome any suggestions for resolving this.

For Reference: Protools version is 10.3.5, OS is 10.8.2, Neyrinck version is


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