[Clam-devel] [Fwd: HELP: Clam Annotator Crash]

Xavier Amatriain xavier at create.ucsb.edu
Fri Feb 16 09:19:34 PST 2007

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-------- Forwarded Message --------
From: Andy Koh <chunhoh at pc.jaring.my>
To: xavier at create.ucsb.edu, clam-info at iua.upf.edu
Subject: HELP: Clam Annotator Crash
Date: Sat, 17 Feb 2007 00:48:47 +0800

Dear Xavier,

I downloaded your CLAM Annotator 0.3.6 for Windows. After installinag it
into my Windows XP SP2 system, I ran it and loaded the chrods.pro sample

Whenever I click on an mp3 song there, the whole program crashes. I
tried adding my own songs and the system instantly crashes as well when
I click on any of the song names at the Song Descriptors tab.

Below is the initial console output when I start the program:

Initiating processing module...done!
Initiating audio module...done!
Object::connect: No such slot Annotator::whatsThis()
Object::connect:  (sender name:   'helpWhatsThisAction')
Object::connect:  (receiver name: 'Annotator')
Object::connect: No such signal CLAM::VM::BPFPlayer::stopTime(double)
Object::connect:  (receiver name: 'Annotator')
Project file: C:/Program Files/CLAM/Annotator/example-data/Chords.pro at
Base C:
/Program Files/CLAM/Annotator/example-data
Saving previous song descriptors...
Adapting Interface to Song level descriptors...
Adapting Interface to Frame level descriptors...
Adapting Interface to Segmentations...
Adding segmentation: 'Chords_Harte'
Adding segmentation: 'DebugFrameSegments'
Updating schema browser...
Creating instant views...

And after I click on the MP3 song, the program crashes and shows the
following console output:

User interface adapted to the new schema.
Saving previous song descriptors...
Loading descriptors...
Filling global descriptors...
Refressing song data...
Drawing audio...
AudioLoader 0 created...
Qt has caught an exception thrown from an event handler. Throwing
exceptions from an event handler is not supported in Qt. You must
reimplement QApplication::notify() and catch all exceptions there.

Can you please advise on how to fix the problem? Your assistance is
greatly appreciated.


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