• Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Normal
    • Resolution: Cannot Reproduce
    • Affects Version/s: 1.3.2
    • Fix Version/s: None
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      If processing more than 1,000 (seems to be the magic #) songs - Picard Crashes with Runtime error (No code given).

      I have tried:
      1. Getting Logs (But logs are blank after error)
      2. Turning Debug on to get log (again irretrievable)
      3. Turn On & Off
      a) "Automatically scan all new files"
      b) "Ignore MBIDs when loading new files
      c) "Translate artist names to this locale where possible: English
      d) "Use standardized artist names"
      e) "Convert Unicode punctuation characters to ASCII"
      f) "Use release relationships"
      g) "Use track relationships"
      h) "Use folksonomy tags as genre"
      i) "Clear existing tags"
      j) "Remove ID3 tags from FLAC files
      k) "Remove APEv2 tags from MP3 files
      l) (Cover Art)
      m) (File Naming)

      Attempted Settings As dumbed down as possible:

      "Write tags to files"
      ID3v2 Version = 2.3
      ID3v2 Text Encoding = UTF-16

      I have attempted to use Picard many times – The only time it works properly is with less than 1,000 MP3s – Otherwise it crashes.

      I have even tried to put 1,100 MP3s into a root folder "P:\MusicTest\"
      But it still crashes ("Not Responding then goes to Runtime Error)

      I have 160,266 MP3s that need done (I am a DJ). Doing less than 1,000 songs at a time takes forever!!! I know because I gave up on getting this to work with more than 1,000 MP3s 3 days ago so now I'm at 146,521 MP3 to go....

      Please Help --> (If you can get this to work without crashing I would be more than happy to donate!!!!!)

      Thank you!!!


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