During a batch processor conversion of 24 FLAC files (24/192) to 16-44 - I noticed a nasty exit and series of locks using the Batch Processor.
While I was processing - I wanted to cancel the process due to a discovery on the MBIT+ plugin (my previous thread this morning) and when I tried to cancel - WL then kicked up a series of messages and I was finally able to limp my way out of the conversion. I then cleaned up any wavs created in my target folder.
When I returned to try this set of files again to retry them - I dragged the FLAC files onto the processors but this time WL reported that some were already decoded, some were “being” processed and in the end - instead of 24 wavs - I ended up with 9.
More bothersome was the situation in the attachment. When the processor finally finished (I have it set to remove files after processing)…this run left one file in the window - which could not be removed no matter what I tried. And then when I tried to remove it - I get the message you see in the graphic.
On another failed run of the same file set - WL removed ALL the files from list as processed and then when I tried to close the BP - this same message appears. The only way to shut down the BP was to hard kill it using Task Manager.
- Where is WL storing previously decoded FLAC files (or is it?) How does it know that something has been decoded.
- What is up with the message in the attachment? Obviously there is some serious issues with cancelling a conversion that leaves the processor in some strange state - thinking it’s still going?
Appreciate an update.