0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
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0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
Hi, this image file is maybe corrupt somehow but I would not expect that the application crashes here.
METHOD
open P1280038_mini2.jpg in XnViewMP
File  Export
RESULT
Crash
EXPECTED
no Crash
ADDITIONAL NOTE
Open and resave the file in XnView Classic and try again the modified result does not Crash XnViewMP anymore.
Other applications like Photoshop has also no Problem to open the file.
METHOD
open P1280038_mini2.jpg in XnViewMP
File  Export
RESULT
Crash
EXPECTED
no Crash
ADDITIONAL NOTE
Open and resave the file in XnView Classic and try again the modified result does not Crash XnViewMP anymore.
Other applications like Photoshop has also no Problem to open the file.
 Attachments

 P1280038_mini2.zip
 testfile zipped
 (40.84 KiB) Downloaded 29 times
Re: crash in file export for special jpg
Here is also the error message.
Crash happened on Win 7.
Crash happened on Win 7.
 Attachments

 crash error
 crash_xnviewMP.PNG (71.07 KiB) Viewed 559 times
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
Thank you for your problem report, PicTac. I've downloaded your JPG image file and tried to reproduce the bug, but failed: When opening the file and selecting "File » Export" XnView displays the Export dialog and doesn't crash.
 Could you please reset your XnView settings to default:
Could someone please analyse the JPEG file whether there is something special or wrong with it?
 Could you please reset your XnView settings to default:
 Exit XnView
 Rename your xnview.ini file to xnview.ini.bak (please do not delete, the settings might be useful later for problem analysis and you might want to use these settings after this short test)
 Start XnView
Could someone please analyse the JPEG file whether there is something special or wrong with it?
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
I haven't been able to reproduce the bug either.helmut wrote:Could someone please analyse the JPEG file whether there is something special or wrong with it?
Code: Select all
JPEGsnoop 1.7.5 by Calvin Hass
http://www.impulseadventure.com/photo/

Filename: [X:\P1280038_mini2.jpg]
Filesize: [42130] Bytes
Start Offset: 0x00000000
*** Marker: SOI (xFFD8) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000000
*** Marker: APP1 (xFFE1) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000002
Length = 100
Identifier = [Exif]
Identifier TIFF = 0x[49492A00 08000000]
Endian = Intel (little)
TAG Mark x002A = 0x002A
EXIF IFD0 @ Absolute 0x00000014
Dir Length = 0x0001
[Copyright ] = ""
Offset to Next IFD = 0x00000000
*** Marker: APP12 (xFFEC) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000068
Length = 17
Identifier = [Ducky]
Photoshop Save For Web Quality = [60]
*** Marker: APP1 (xFFE1) ***
OFFSET: 0x0000007B
Length = 813
Identifier = [http://ns.adobe.com/xap/1.0/]
XMP =
*** Marker: APP14 (xFFEE) ***
OFFSET: 0x000003AA
Length = 14
DCTEncodeVersion = 100
APP14Flags0 = 49152
APP14Flags1 = 0
ColorTransform = 1 [YCbCr]
*** Marker: DQT (xFFDB) ***
Define a Quantization Table.
OFFSET: 0x000003BA
Table length = 132

Precision=8 bits
Destination ID=0 (Luminance)
DQT, Row #0: 6 4 4 6 9 11 12 16
DQT, Row #1: 4 5 5 6 8 10 12 12
DQT, Row #2: 4 5 5 6 10 12 14 19
DQT, Row #3: 6 6 6 11 12 15 19 28
DQT, Row #4: 9 8 10 12 16 20 27 31
DQT, Row #5: 11 10 12 15 20 27 31 31
DQT, Row #6: 12 12 14 19 27 31 31 31
DQT, Row #7: 16 12 19 28 31 31 31 31
Approx quality factor = 85.59 (scaling=28.82 variance=62.09)

Precision=8 bits
Destination ID=1 (Chrominance)
DQT, Row #0: 7 7 13 24 26 31 31 31
DQT, Row #1: 7 12 16 21 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #2: 13 16 17 31 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #3: 24 21 31 31 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #4: 26 31 31 31 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #5: 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #6: 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31
DQT, Row #7: 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31
Approx quality factor = 82.89 (scaling=34.23 variance=63.13)
*** Marker: SOF0 (Baseline DCT) (xFFC0) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000440
Frame header length = 17
Precision = 8
Number of Lines = 323
Samples per Line = 323
Image Size = 323 x 323
Raw Image Orientation = Landscape
Number of Img components = 3
Component[1]: ID=0x01, Samp Fac=0x11 (Subsamp 1 x 1), Quant Tbl Sel=0x00 (Lum: Y)
Component[2]: ID=0x02, Samp Fac=0x11 (Subsamp 1 x 1), Quant Tbl Sel=0x01 (Chrom: Cb)
Component[3]: ID=0x03, Samp Fac=0x11 (Subsamp 1 x 1), Quant Tbl Sel=0x01 (Chrom: Cr)
*** Marker: DHT (Define Huffman Table) (xFFC4) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000453
Huffman table length = 188

Destination ID = 0
Class = 0 (DC / Lossless Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (001 total): 05
Codes of length 03 bits (004 total): 00 04 06 07
Codes of length 04 bits (003 total): 01 02 03
Codes of length 05 bits (001 total): 08
Codes of length 06 bits (001 total): 09
Codes of length 07 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 08 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 09 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 10 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 11 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 12 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 13 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 010
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 05 (Total Len = 7)
Codes of length 03 bits:
010 = 00 (Total Len = 3)
011 = 04 (Total Len = 7)
100 = 06 (Total Len = 9)
101 = 07 (Total Len = 10)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1100 = 01 (Total Len = 5)
1101 = 02 (Total Len = 6)
1110 = 03 (Total Len = 7)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11110 = 08 (Total Len = 13)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111110 = 09 (Total Len = 15)

Destination ID = 1
Class = 0 (DC / Lossless Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 00 04
Codes of length 03 bits (003 total): 01 02 03
Codes of length 04 bits (001 total): 05
Codes of length 05 bits (001 total): 06
Codes of length 06 bits (001 total): 07
Codes of length 07 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 08 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 09 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 10 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 11 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 12 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 13 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 14 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 15 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 008
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 00 (Total Len = 2)
01 = 04 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 01 (Total Len = 4)
101 = 02 (Total Len = 5)
110 = 03 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1110 = 05 (Total Len = 9)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11110 = 06 (Total Len = 11)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111110 = 07 (Total Len = 13)

Destination ID = 0
Class = 1 (AC Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 01 02
Codes of length 03 bits (001 total): 03
Codes of length 04 bits (002 total): 11 04
Codes of length 05 bits (004 total): 00 21 12 05
Codes of length 06 bits (004 total): 31 41 13 06
Codes of length 07 bits (003 total): 51 22 07
Codes of length 08 bits (005 total): 61 71 81 32 14
Codes of length 09 bits (005 total): 91 42 52 23 15
Codes of length 10 bits (005 total): A1 B1 C1 33 08
Codes of length 11 bits (004 total): 62 72 82 16
Codes of length 12 bits (008 total): D1 E1 92 B2 43 24 34 17
Codes of length 13 bits (003 total): F0 A2 25
Codes of length 14 bits (006 total): F1 53 44 54 35 18
Codes of length 15 bits (007 total): C2 D2 73 83 B3 74 36
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 059
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 01 (Total Len = 3)
01 = 02 (Total Len = 4)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 03 (Total Len = 6)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1010 = 11 (Total Len = 5)
1011 = 04 (Total Len = 8)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11000 = 00 (EOB) (Total Len = 5)
11001 = 21 (Total Len = 6)
11010 = 12 (Total Len = 7)
11011 = 05 (Total Len = 10)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111000 = 31 (Total Len = 7)
111001 = 41 (Total Len = 7)
111010 = 13 (Total Len = 9)
111011 = 06 (Total Len = 12)
Codes of length 07 bits:
1111000 = 51 (Total Len = 8)
1111001 = 22 (Total Len = 9)
1111010 = 07 (Total Len = 14)
Codes of length 08 bits:
11110110 = 61 (Total Len = 9)
11110111 = 71 (Total Len = 9)
11111000 = 81 (Total Len = 9)
11111001 = 32 (Total Len = 10)
11111010 = 14 (Total Len = 12)
Codes of length 09 bits:
111110110 = 91 (Total Len = 10)
111110111 = 42 (Total Len = 11)
111111000 = 52 (Total Len = 11)
111111001 = 23 (Total Len = 12)
111111010 = 15 (Total Len = 14)
Codes of length 10 bits:
1111110110 = A1 (Total Len = 11)
1111110111 = B1 (Total Len = 11)
1111111000 = C1 (Total Len = 11)
1111111001 = 33 (Total Len = 13)
1111111010 = 08 (Total Len = 18)
Codes of length 11 bits:
11111110110 = 62 (Total Len = 13)
11111110111 = 72 (Total Len = 13)
11111111000 = 82 (Total Len = 13)
11111111001 = 16 (Total Len = 17)
Codes of length 12 bits:
111111110100 = D1 (Total Len = 13)
111111110101 = E1 (Total Len = 13)
111111110110 = 92 (Total Len = 14)
111111110111 = B2 (Total Len = 14)
111111111000 = 43 (Total Len = 15)
111111111001 = 24 (Total Len = 16)
111111111010 = 34 (Total Len = 16)
111111111011 = 17 (Total Len = 19)
Codes of length 13 bits:
1111111111000 = F0 (ZRL) (Total Len = 13)
1111111111001 = A2 (Total Len = 15)
1111111111010 = 25 (Total Len = 18)
Codes of length 14 bits:
11111111110110 = F1 (Total Len = 15)
11111111110111 = 53 (Total Len = 17)
11111111111000 = 44 (Total Len = 18)
11111111111001 = 54 (Total Len = 18)
11111111111010 = 35 (Total Len = 19)
11111111111011 = 18 (Total Len = 22)
Codes of length 15 bits:
111111111111000 = C2 (Total Len = 17)
111111111111001 = D2 (Total Len = 17)
111111111111010 = 73 (Total Len = 18)
111111111111011 = 83 (Total Len = 18)
111111111111100 = B3 (Total Len = 18)
111111111111101 = 74 (Total Len = 19)
111111111111110 = 36 (Total Len = 21)

Destination ID = 1
Class = 1 (AC Table)
Codes of length 01 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 02 bits (002 total): 00 01
Codes of length 03 bits (001 total): 02
Codes of length 04 bits (003 total): 11 21 03
Codes of length 05 bits (003 total): 31 12 04
Codes of length 06 bits (002 total): 41 05
Codes of length 07 bits (004 total): 51 61 22 13
Codes of length 08 bits (004 total): 71 81 32 14
Codes of length 09 bits (003 total): 91 A1 42
Codes of length 10 bits (006 total): F0 B1 C1 52 23 06
Codes of length 11 bits (005 total): D1 62 82 33 15
Codes of length 12 bits (005 total): E1 72 A2 43 34
Codes of length 13 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 14 bits (003 total): 92 B2 C2
Codes of length 15 bits (000 total):
Codes of length 16 bits (000 total):
Total number of codes: 041
Expanded Form of Codes:
Codes of length 02 bits:
00 = 00 (EOB) (Total Len = 2)
01 = 01 (Total Len = 3)
Codes of length 03 bits:
100 = 02 (Total Len = 5)
Codes of length 04 bits:
1010 = 11 (Total Len = 5)
1011 = 21 (Total Len = 5)
1100 = 03 (Total Len = 7)
Codes of length 05 bits:
11010 = 31 (Total Len = 6)
11011 = 12 (Total Len = 7)
11100 = 04 (Total Len = 9)
Codes of length 06 bits:
111010 = 41 (Total Len = 7)
111011 = 05 (Total Len = 11)
Codes of length 07 bits:
1111000 = 51 (Total Len = 8)
1111001 = 61 (Total Len = 8)
1111010 = 22 (Total Len = 9)
1111011 = 13 (Total Len = 10)
Codes of length 08 bits:
11111000 = 71 (Total Len = 9)
11111001 = 81 (Total Len = 9)
11111010 = 32 (Total Len = 10)
11111011 = 14 (Total Len = 12)
Codes of length 09 bits:
111111000 = 91 (Total Len = 10)
111111001 = A1 (Total Len = 10)
111111010 = 42 (Total Len = 11)
Codes of length 10 bits:
1111110110 = F0 (ZRL) (Total Len = 10)
1111110111 = B1 (Total Len = 11)
1111111000 = C1 (Total Len = 11)
1111111001 = 52 (Total Len = 12)
1111111010 = 23 (Total Len = 13)
1111111011 = 06 (Total Len = 16)
Codes of length 11 bits:
11111111000 = D1 (Total Len = 12)
11111111001 = 62 (Total Len = 13)
11111111010 = 82 (Total Len = 13)
11111111011 = 33 (Total Len = 14)
11111111100 = 15 (Total Len = 16)
Codes of length 12 bits:
111111111010 = E1 (Total Len = 13)
111111111011 = 72 (Total Len = 14)
111111111100 = A2 (Total Len = 14)
111111111101 = 43 (Total Len = 15)
111111111110 = 34 (Total Len = 16)
Codes of length 14 bits:
11111111111100 = 92 (Total Len = 16)
11111111111101 = B2 (Total Len = 16)
11111111111110 = C2 (Total Len = 16)
*** Marker: SOS (Start of Scan) (xFFDA) ***
OFFSET: 0x00000511
Scan header length = 12
Number of img components = 3
Component[1]: selector=0x01, table=0(DC),0(AC)
Component[2]: selector=0x02, table=1(DC),1(AC)
Component[3]: selector=0x03, table=1(DC),1(AC)
Spectral selection = 0 .. 63
Successive approximation = 0x00
Scan Data: (after bitstuff removed)
e9 6d fd 48 77 cc 7f cc 36 b2 8f 13 1d 32 f8 62 df 77 85 fe 9f cc a2 87 98 56 df fa 9b ee 15 a7
5f 6d b6 97 dc 5d 71 65 c8 e3 be 92 2b b6 75 d4 27 6b fd 4f 39 04 cf b2 82 07 1d 12 7f a4 62 5e
5e 3f 8c 88 f5 20 9d b7 f5 35 b0 3a 83 3e d5 71 1d 7f 0b a1 1f c3 13 b7 0b d2 7f 8a 2d 59 04 ed
ff a8 de c6 91 82 cb 15 d4 24 ff 60 37 ee 38 b2 c1 09 2a a9 c4 37 4b aa 0a 41 eb bf a7 33 1a 1b
e7 88 f8 3c 6c 3f 75 70 7d b7 f9 a3 f8 83 9b 5d 02 30 fa af e9 d5 cd 29 bb db 8a fe 30 47 ef 18
3e c6 7d 12 7f 0a 11 ee 2e a8 7b 17 77 f6 25 c9 06 3d ca c5 c9 e0 4b 20 3f b6 98 ab e0 e4 fe 52
37 c3 a9 d3 a3 d9 37 af d4 ad 8c ce 79 86 8c 9f d8 71 2a 19 62 a9 46 15 c6 74 ff 2c 76 c4 a0 f4
ed e3 1a 8d 6b 1b 11 9f b2 87 0b 4b 1b ad d7 e4 43 c7 8e 47 36 ec ad 9c c8 5e 37 9e 37 39 12 92
1f e2 0e 2a f1 41 eb 14 fe 46 7f 67 8d 8d 7f ed fe dc a5 4a 5c cf 50 da bc e5 1b 3f f6 46 22 7c
7c 72 fd 29 19 cb b7 63 66 f2 f6 5a b0 a2 5d 69 f6 94 15 fd 87 0b fd 86 3d 28 55 76 f5 4b 31 85
cf 61 ee 4c ea d0 df aa e9 cc 02 1b fd 78 23 db f0 a5 74 47 d8 79 9c e4 ec ad e8 40 23 49 a3 62
cd aa 56 66 39 d4 1a d0 11 89 5c 28 a7 67 43 19 76 e7 e2 0b b8 f4 fb 79 72 7c aa 2b 90 01 81 a0
1c b8 83 8b ac 32 8b aa 91 45 c0 c8 8e 17 1e 9f ee af 22 99 23 69 32 ac 8c 2a 09 61 c3 30 c7 14
6f 2d 1a ad 53 07 c5 c9 e0 45 f7 7f 4b 37 89 77 49 6e dd a5 30 ce ca 5b c8 cc f4 a5 1b 3e 18 e3
72 3b 7e 5c ae b4 31 5c 69 27 74 c9 16 c7 b5 1d 8e cb a3 b7 c5 35 b9 07 ac 59 aa c7 a8 45 0b 67
c7 e1 8d b8 9c 5c f8 75 06 a6 dd 52 a5 07 72 ee bb e2 c6 93 dd 5e 68 79 15 80 8d 94 6a 0a 45 08
d2 07 3f b7 0e 66 e6 4e 2e aa 05 27 9e 4b 57 70 2e f1 7b 15 d6 d5 22 6f 91 ac 3b 7c 76 c6 d1 1d
d7 a8 4a 48 b4 aa c6 06 4d 95 43 72 c2 6f 95 39 51 45 55 a2 de fd af 72 b3 bd b9 f4 b3 68 db a5
e9 0b 8d e7 72 0a 56 de 1b 90 e1 43 11 45 66 62 40 a0 fd b8 4b ed b9 13 8d 66 d4 63 5f d3 af c0
da 1c 86 e3 48 aa 57 ab 26 7b 05 d2 5c 76 ce d3 0c 1a 24 fa 88 92 59 a6 00 52 36 5c d8 29 1f 75
WARNING: Dump truncated.
*** Decoding SCAN Data ***
OFFSET: 0x0000051F
Scan Decode Mode: Full IDCT (AC + DC)
Scan Data encountered marker 0xFFD9 @ 0x0000A490.0
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 0, 0) YCC=( 256, 124, 126) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 2, 0) YCC=( 256, 122, 125) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 2, 0) YCC=( 256, 122, 126) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 2, 0) YCC=( 256, 122, 126) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 3, 0) YCC=( 257, 124, 127) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 3, 0) YCC=( 256, 125, 127) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 6, 0) YCC=( 256, 135, 129) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 5, 0) YCC=( 256, 128, 129) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 6, 0) YCC=( 256, 127, 129) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** NOTE: YCC Clipped. MCU=( 6, 0) YCC=( 256, 126, 130) Y Overflow @ Offset 0x0000A48F.5
Only reported first 10 instances of this message...
Compression stats:
Compression Ratio: 7.67:1
Bits per pixel: 3.13:1
Huffman code histogram stats:
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 0, Class: DC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 319 ( 19%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 892 ( 53%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 421 ( 25%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 46 ( 3%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 3 ( 0%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 1, Class: DC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 1158 ( 34%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 1665 ( 50%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 378 ( 11%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 139 ( 4%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 22 ( 1%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 0, Class: AC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 15597 ( 43%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 4886 ( 14%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 5739 ( 16%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 5639 ( 16%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 2070 ( 6%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 784 ( 2%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 751 ( 2%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 331 ( 1%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 181 ( 1%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 82 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 71 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 11 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 14 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 7 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
Huffman Table: (Dest ID: 1, Class: AC)
# codes of length 01 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 02 bits: 8615 ( 45%)
# codes of length 03 bits: 3149 ( 16%)
# codes of length 04 bits: 4072 ( 21%)
# codes of length 05 bits: 1774 ( 9%)
# codes of length 06 bits: 500 ( 3%)
# codes of length 07 bits: 582 ( 3%)
# codes of length 08 bits: 278 ( 1%)
# codes of length 09 bits: 105 ( 1%)
# codes of length 10 bits: 125 ( 1%)
# codes of length 11 bits: 55 ( 0%)
# codes of length 12 bits: 21 ( 0%)
# codes of length 13 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 14 bits: 3 ( 0%)
# codes of length 15 bits: 0 ( 0%)
# codes of length 16 bits: 0 ( 0%)
YCC clipping in DC:
Y component: [<0= 0] [>255= 10]
Cb component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
Cr component: [<0= 0] [>255= 0]
YCC histogram in DC (DCT sums : preranged:
Y component histo: [min=1140 max= 1104 avg= 218.7]
Cb component histo: [min=1010 max= 558 avg= 95.4]
Cr component histo: [min=1085 max= 849 avg= 37.0]
YCC histogram in DC:
Y component histo: [min= 14 max= 266 avg= 100.2]
Cb component histo: [min= 0 max= 197 avg= 115.6]
Cr component histo: [min= 7 max= 234 avg= 123.0]
RGB histogram in DC (before clip):
R component histo: [min= 30 max= 283 avg= 92.8]
G component histo: [min= 12 max= 271 avg= 107.6]
B component histo: [min= 37 max= 284 avg= 77.9]
RGB clipping in DC:
R component: [<0= 187] [>255= 815]
G component: [<0= 118] [>255= 3075]
B component: [<0= 1706] [>255= 905]
RGB histogram in DC (after clip):
R component histo: [min= 0 max= 255 avg= 92.8]
G component histo: [min= 0 max= 255 avg= 107.5]
B component histo: [min= 0 max= 255 avg= 77.9]
Average Pixel Luminance (Y):
Y=[ 99] (range: 0..255)
Brightest Pixel Search:
YCC=[ 1104, 55, 54] RGB=[255,248,255] @ MCU[ 37, 25]
Finished Decoding SCAN Data
Number of RESTART markers decoded: 0
Next position in scan buffer: Offset 0x0000A48F.5
*** Marker: EOI (End of Image) (xFFD9) ***
OFFSET: 0x0000A490
*** Searching Compression Signatures ***
Signature: 01C26040DB5181BA3B5CD7A813FAD209
Signature (Rotated): 01C26040DB5181BA3B5CD7A813FAD209
File Offset: 0 bytes
Chroma subsampling: 1x1
EXIF Make/Model: NONE
EXIF Makernotes: NONE
EXIF Software: NONE
Searching Compression Signatures: (3347 builtin, 0 user(*) )
EXIF.Make / Software EXIF.Model Quality Subsamp Match?
   
SW :[Adobe Photoshop ] [Save For Web 060]
NOTE: Photoshop IRB detected
Based on the analysis of compression characteristics and EXIF metadata:
ASSESSMENT: Class 1  Image is processed/edited
PPS: 0.83: Delete export image temp files
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
Hi, the crash was not always reproducible it seem to work with a new ini, anyway attached you will find my configs.
The configuration was set to the ini in program files.
The configuration was set to the ini in program files.
 Attachments

 configuration_ini.zip
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Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
I think it has something to do that XnView Classic is my default tool to open the image files.
There are also entries in the ini of XnViewMP open.. invalid.
There are also entries in the ini of XnViewMP open.. invalid.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
The second .ini causes the crash?PicTac wrote:Hi, the crash was not always reproducible it seem to work with a new ini, anyway attached you will find my configs.
The configuration was set to the ini in program files.
Pierre.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
Yes, there is still a crash on my Win 7 system only in XnViewMP.
It seems to happen only on JPGs and is not reproducible with PNGs.
Some entries with invalid, for example OpenWith=@Invalid() are also in the ini of another XnViewMP (installed on a different Win 7 system) but the export works there without any crash, so this is maybe not part of the problem.
It seems to happen only on JPGs and is not reproducible with PNGs.
Some entries with invalid, for example OpenWith=@Invalid() are also in the ini of another XnViewMP (installed on a different Win 7 system) but the export works there without any crash, so this is maybe not part of the problem.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
It seems to work now with this new attached ini.
I reduced all not needed Settings.
Maybe a Performance Problem?
I reduced all not needed Settings.
Maybe a Performance Problem?
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Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
Thank you for your additional info, PicPac. I've just tried to reproduce your problem for a second time by downloading your .ini files and your original image. But again I couldn't reproduce your problem.PicTac wrote:It seems to work now with this new attached ini.
I reduced all not needed Settings.
Maybe a Performance Problem?
Could you perhaps try to strip down your .ini file to find out which setting or combination of settings causes problems? Ideal would be a .ini file with few lines only, which still causes the crash when opening the Export dialog.
@Pierre:
 Which settings in the .ini file affect the Export dialog? PicPac's .ini file has a "[Export]" section  what is stored in that this section and its settings? (I've looked in my .ini file but that one doesn't contain the section [Export] at all.)
 What happens if XnView MP reads .ini files of XnView Classic and vice versa? Are the .ini files 100% compatible?
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
only [export] sectionhelmut wrote:  Which settings in the .ini file affect the Export dialog? PicPac's .ini file has a "[Export]" section  what is stored in that this section and its settings? (I've looked in my .ini file but that one doesn't contain the section [Export] at all.)
XnView Classic ini file can't be readed by MP What happens if XnView MP reads .ini files of XnView Classic and vice versa? Are the .ini files 100% compatible?
Pierre.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
@Pierre: Thank you for your answers.
What happens if you choose "User (System)" as path for the .ini files both in XnView Classic and XnView MP? Will they both read / write the same files?
What does this exactly mean? Is there a message box? Will XnView MP / XnView Classic ignore all settings?xnview wrote:XnView Classic ini file can't be readed by MPhelmut wrote: What happens if XnView MP reads .ini files of XnView Classic and vice versa? Are the .ini files 100% compatible?
What happens if you choose "User (System)" as path for the .ini files both in XnView Classic and XnView MP? Will they both read / write the same files?
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
no message, because i don't know from which software comes an .ini, many of settings will be ignored (the label is not the same)helmut wrote:What does this exactly mean? Is there a message box? Will XnView MP / XnView Classic ignore all settings?
no, the .ini will not be in the same subfolderWhat happens if you choose "User (System)" as path for the .ini files both in XnView Classic and XnView MP? Will they both read / write the same files?
Pierre.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
I'm wondering what could be done to reproduce and solve this problem. Do I understand previous statement right:PicTac wrote:... Some entries with invalid, for example OpenWith=@Invalid() are also in the ini of another XnViewMP (installed on a different Win 7 system) but the export works there without any crash, so this is maybe not part of the problem.
 Computer A crashes when exporting the JPG file
 Computer B does NOT creahs when exporting the same JPG file
 On computer A it does no longer crash with a new .ini file
Correct?
@PicTac: Could you please use your old .ini file which crashes when exporting and stepbystep remove entries so that the problem still occurs? Result should be a .ini file with very few entries which still causes the crash on your computer A.
Re: 0.84: Crash in file export for special jpg
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