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    I have loaded a playlist of about 14,000 songs and six hundred album covers. The album covers only total about 3 meg. When I scroll through the album covers I get the attached error (Out of Memory) after about the second click of the down arrow. I have 512k of RAM. Am I really out of memory or is this a bug?
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  • #2
    Originally posted by kbreeden
    I have loaded a playlist of about 14,000 songs and six hundred album covers. The album covers only total about 3 meg. When I scroll through the album covers I get the attached error (Out of Memory) after about the second click of the down arrow. I have 512k of RAM. Am I really out of memory or is this a bug?
    that would most likely be a bug somewhere... When you say scroll where exactly do you mean? In the media manager or on the main media screen? If in the media manager I assume in the album view? If on the music screen then I assume it's when you scroll through the list? When you scroll on the main media page the album art doesn't change unless you play them right?

    Might just be the 14,000 song playlist... my listview might not be handling that well... the largest playlist I tested with was about 5,000 songs... which is all my music... guess I need more music to test

    david
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    • #3
      It's in Media Manager. If I go to Media Manager, then click Albums, then hit the scroll down button, then hit the scroll down button again, I get the error message. It is always on the second click of the scroll down button in album view that I get the error message.

      I have utilized a 14k playlist in Winamp for years now and never had a problem. I can't imagine the 3 meg of additional album art pushes it over the edge.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by kbreeden
        It's in Media Manager. If I go to Media Manager, then click Albums, then hit the scroll down button, then hit the scroll down button again, I get the error message. It is always on the second click of the scroll down button in album view that I get the error message.

        I have utilized a 14k playlist in Winamp for years now and never had a problem. I can't imagine the 3 meg of additional album art pushes it over the edge.
        when the error occurs can you tell me how much memory centrafuse.exe is using in taskmanager?

        david
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        • #5
          I added some code to collect all the free memory while paging through the covert art view in media manager... it is in 1.4... we will see if that fixes it... I have about 300 album images in my collection and I can page through them really fast and the memory doesn't even really go up at all....

          david
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          • #6
            When I load albums - 62,432
            When I hit scroll button first time - 62,852
            When I hit scroll button second time (error message appears) - 62,016

            I have attached the details of the error message
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            • #7
              Originally posted by kbreeden
              When I load albums - 62,432
              When I hit scroll button first time - 62,852
              When I hit scroll button second time (error message appears) - 62,016

              I have attached the details of the error message
              can you right click your taskbar and load task manager... Then run centrafuse and generate the error... then look in task manager and tell me what Mem Usage centrafuse.exe is using...

              This will let me know if this really is an out of memory error, or some other error reading one of your images...

              note: I found out this error will get thrown if "the pixel format
              of the image specified by the filename parameter is not supported"

              So if the Mem Usage is low when the error occurs the above is the problem... That being the case if you find the image causing the problem on page two of your albums and remove it, the problem should go away... if this is the case can you send me that image so I can account for this?

              david
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              01 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4x4 Installed
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              • #8
                I put something in place in 1.4 that should fix this problem...

                david
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                • #9
                  any idea when the fixed release will be online ?
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                  • #10
                    Sorry about the slow response, David.

                    The numbers in my post #6 are the memory numbers. It appears that it's not a real memory error.

                    I'll see if I can I can determine if there is a specific jpg causing the problem.

                    Kevin

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                    • #11
                      David,

                      I found the jpg triggering the error message. There was a file named folder.jpg in one of my album folders which showed 0 bytes. When I removed that file everything worked fine. When I placed it back in the folder I got the error message. I have now replaced that file with an appropriate jpg and everything works great. Thanks for your help.

                      Kevin

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