[FFmpeg-user] Immediate crash on windows.

Sam Holder SHolder at appliedsystems.com
Fri Jul 3 10:30:20 EEST 2020

Thanks. I’ll try some other builds. I did include the entire command line and output. I used:


at the command line.

and there was no output, just an immediate crash and a WER popup saying the ffmpeg.exe had crashed.

I’ve tried same build on my local machine and it works fine.

I’ve just tried 4.2.1 and that seems to work ok (at least it doesn’t immediately die and shows the expected output), so I’ll just use that.

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On 7/2/2020 6:41 AM, Sam Holder wrote:
> Any ideas ... how best to proceed with troubleshooting?

It's _always_ best to include the entire command line and output when asking
for help here, even it there's almost no output.

Have you tried that build on another version of windoze?
It works correctly outside of a VM? (that's not entirely clear)
..which VM system?
..tried some other static builds?

Need more information about the environment and what you've tried.


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