Apr 16, 2007 at 8:20pm
I recently installed them and initially had no problems, but for some reason including any cv.jit objects that are not simply an encapsulated max patch instantly causes Max to shut down.
My system is:
Mac Power PC G5 – Dual 2GHz
Has anybody experienced this problem and know how to resolve it?
Apr 20, 2007 at 2:21am
Are you sure you don’t have another copy of the externals lying in your search path?
Do you get a crash log?
May 3, 2007 at 2:24pm
Did you manage to sort out the cv.jit problem
I have a similar problem with instant crashes when using cv.jit.
However I’m using cv.jit with jitter 1.5 and max 4.5 on a pc. It’s strange because I’ve tried it on two different pc’s, both with the same software versions, and it works on one but not the other.
can’t figure out the difference… I’ve even swapped the graphics cards over.
May 3, 2007 at 2:44pm
Quote: jonboyblue wrote on Thu, 03 May 2007 08:24
I haven’t heard anything yet.
> However I’m using cv.jit with jitter 1.5 and max 4.5 on a pc. It’s strange because I’ve tried it on two different pc’s, both with the same software versions, and it works on one but not the other.
The graphics card isn’t used at all, so it’s not the problem. Is it _all_ the objects or just one in particular that is causing the problem?
May 3, 2007 at 4:25pm
It seems to be nearly all the objects
I’ve just been through them all and the only ones which don’t crash max are
stddev, variance and blobs.sort
don’t know if you can summise anything from that
May 10, 2007 at 12:33pm
did you try to disable your overdrive?
never had any bad experiences using cv.jit, but for me this turned out to be the problem when using the gem4max lib.
May 10, 2007 at 1:36pm
Thanks for the advice
I’ve just tried that but no joy I’m afraid.
I wonder whether I need some specific video codecs installed. I really can’t think why it keeps crashing. Basically if I open up the cv.jit object guide and click on one, max tells me it has encountered a problem and has to close. error signature…offset 0002c1eb.
which doesn’t doesn’t really tell me anything useful and draws a blank on a google search as well.
May 10, 2007 at 1:43pm
Sorry I have only just realised that people were continuing this thread.
Strangely my problem resolved itself. I switched back to the older version of cv.jit – which worked without error on max 4.5 + jitter 1.5 and then the newest cv.jit update just started working on 4.6/1.6
So…. I have no idea how it worked but maybe try different versions of cv.jit?
worked for me
Best Regards and good luck
May 11, 2007 at 12:23am
Quote: jonboyblue wrote on Thu, 10 May 2007 07:36
> I wonder whether I need some specific video codecs installed. I really can’t think why it keeps crashing.
I can’t figure out why it crashes for you also! At the very least, this has nothing to do with video codec. As I mentioned before, none of the externals use the graphics card, or any video framework.
The _one_ frequent cause for crashes is using CFM externals with recent Max/Jitter versions. However, that’s only on OSX. Sometimes, people will think they have the proper version installed but there is an older copy of the externals in the search path that gets loaded instsead.
If you’re on Windows, then I’m sort of stumped. I can’t reproduce on any machine I have access to.
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