Announcing the new Datavyu v1.3.6 with enhanced features and transcription support!

Hi,

I've been using Datavyu 1.3 with no problems and today while trying to Add data it said "Non-Java exception raised, not handeld! (Original problem: ***-[_ _NSArrayM objectAtIndex:]: index 6 beyond bounds [0..1]". The last time I coded videos, three days ago, I had no problem doing it and now I suddenly get this message. I tried to add various videos but it won't take any of them. What could it be?

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asked 05 Jul '16, 13:18

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What type of computer are you working on? It's strange that an error like that should pop up if nothing on your computer, programs, or QuickTime has changed. Can you please try to download 1.3.4 and see if you have the same problem. You can keep 1.3 on your computer while you do so.

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answered 06 Jul '16, 14:30

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I am using a Mac but I keep getting the same error when I try on laptops or on other computers. I think it might have something to do with the videos. I changed them from .mpg to .mp4 but I still get this error.

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answered 07 Jul '16, 13:55

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Is there a way you could share one of your videos with me so I can test it? The error means that Datavyu could not open your video. You could share your video via email or google drive. My email is info@datavyu.org.

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answered 07 Jul '16, 14:51

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