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30 November 2012 at 1 h 31 min #301
So every time i start SWYH it crashes with that error. Any idea why? I made sure to install and update net 4.0 full. I was previously using JamCast for streaming to my xbox 360 and it worked fine.30 November 2012 at 15 h 48 min #302
Hum strange ! What’s your operating system ? SWYH is running as administrator or not ?1 December 2012 at 0 h 08 min #303
I am running windows 7 ultimate x64. I did try running as admin and I also tried different compatibility options. I HAVE tweaked windows a bit. Is it possible that I disabled a required service or something along that line? although i wouldn’t know which one.3 December 2012 at 21 h 33 min #304
Well I’ve tried SWYH after restoring all windows services to default with no luck. Tried to revert everything i could think of back to default windows but nothings working, still crashing. Do you have any suggestions?4 December 2012 at 17 h 24 min #306
I’ll send you, tomorrow, a special version of SWYH to log an exception occurred in order to understand why SWYH crash on your PC !
See u soon5 December 2012 at 23 h 39 min #308
fantastic! thanks so much!6 December 2012 at 22 h 50 min #311
So I didn’t get the email from you. I may have accidentally deleted it if it was sent to my spam folder. Could you resend please? thx7 December 2012 at 16 h 07 min #337
A newer version of SWYH is available (version 1.3) !
Now, all crashes are written into the file “error.log” in the SWYH directory !
You can send me the content of this file to understand why SWYH don’t work on your computer
Best,7 December 2012 at 22 h 39 min #340
here’s my error.log9 December 2012 at 22 h 59 min #344
So what does “Invalid number of channels” mean? Is it something with my sound card or DFX? Something I can fix on my end?13 December 2012 at 11 h 05 min #350
SWYH (< 1.3) capture the local sound in stereo (2 channels) ! I haven’t handled the cases where the source isn’t in 2 channels 🙁
Pending an update, there is a workaround :
26 December 2012 at 16 h 49 min #374
- open the control panel and click on “Sound”
- In the “Playback” devices, show the properties of your sound card
- In “Advanced” tab, set the “Defaut format” to “2 channel, 16 bits, 48000 Hz (DVD Quality)”
The workaround didn’t work for me, but I was able to set the Audio Output to Stereo in the Realtek HD Audio-Manager. That fixed it.
Would be cool if we could select the audio source. Then I could define that my front-audio-jack is a stereo speaker and route it to your awesome app while other apps could play stuff on my regular 5.1 speakers 🙂26 January 2014 at 11 h 49 min #4606
Same problem with me, only: the workaround does not work, because in the advanced tab of my playback device there is no ‘2 channel’ option. All formats here lead to the crash of SWYH.
<a href=”http://postimg.org/image/xattuue3d/full/” title=”no 2 channel option”>sound -> playback devices -> formats (no 2 channels)</a>
What can I do?26 January 2014 at 11 h 54 min #4607
This is the link of the screenshot:26 March 2014 at 9 h 32 min #4872
Workaround fixed it for me..
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