The error message presents itself the instant both a video is loaded and QTGMC is enabled - i.e., when the second of those two things happen, whichever order they happen in. I can't even get as far as opening a preview, never mind actually attempting an encode.
Event Viewer doesn't report anything under System, but gives loads of errors under Application. In fact, they continue to come every two or three seconds, even after I've closed StaxRip. They're all event ID 1001 and of this nature:
Despite suggesting otherwise, StaxRip doesn't actually crash, and continues to function normally once I disable QTGMC again. I've never known anything like this before.Fault bucket , type 0
Event Name: APPCRASH
Response: Not available
Cab Id: 0
These files may be available here:
\\?\C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQue ue\AppCrash_StaxRip.exe_f0eab1bec1e99b3534fa629f18 c2b359745d6_68a717a1_6b82b3d6-b71f-4f93-8c64-c343a732a64a
Rechecking for solution: 0
Report Id: 6a7ce030-2560-4245-84bc-ca9e15f84204
Report Status: 100
Cab Guid: 0
Thanks for all your help.
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I believe this exception code c000001d denotes opcode not supported, so the avx2 theory seems good.
Try replacing the dll as I mentioned
"System exception - Illegal Instruction
(E:\StaxRip\Apps\Plugins\avs\QTGMC\QTGMC.avsi, line 882)
(E:\StaxRip\Apps\Plugins\avs\QTGMC\QTGMC.avsi, line 639)"
I'm not sure whether this is a step forward or a step back.
Okay - thanks very much for the help. It looks like 1.7 from 2017 is the most recent stable version that actually runs QTGMC on this machine, so I'll have a play around with that and see if it does the job.