Here’s a weird issue, involving earlier versions, tempo track and time format display setup.
Please do this:
1- Open C9, create an empty project
2- Create a Tempo Track, export it and close C9
3- Open C9.5, create an empty project
4- Create a Tempo Track and import the one you just exported before. Don’t bother about both versions v1 & v2, track can be activated or not, never mind.
5- IMPORTANT: set the main time format (left in transport panel) to “Bars+Beats” (‘♩’). secondary format (right in panel) to "Timecode (‘TC’)
6- Save. Everything should be ok.
7- IMPORTANT: Now reverse the display, main left time format to “Timecode”, secondary to “Bars+Beats” (see attached picture below)
8- Save. This leads to a crash here 10 times on 10.
Actually, any C9 project I open in C9.5 will crash if I save it with ‘TC’ as main time format and ‘♩’ as secondary one. Any other time format setting will work, but ‘TC / ♩’ will dramatically crash. The resulting presumed saved file is named with -01 at the end, and is a 0ko invalid file.
Please have a look to the video:
I noticed 4 users who encountered this issue here so I’m not the only one, please see these threads :
Asus Z9PE-D8 WS board
Xeon E5-2650v2, 32Go RAM (similar VEpro/Nuendo slave machine with 64Go RAM)
RME HDSPe Madi, Madi 648
Nanosync HD master clock
Yamaha DM2k remote/M-Audio midisport 2x2/TranzPort/ZeRO SL MkII/CC121