Sorry if this is a silly question. I am trying to help a guy with some editing. I try to open his project and my 32bit C6 install crashes. The only time I have ever experienced a crash with 6. Is it possible the internet transfer of the project folder got corrupted somehow?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
64 bit won’t open in 32 bit.
Eh? I open 64bit in 32bit all the time. The only problem I encounter is ram related: ie, not enough in 32bit.
My guess is that the 64bit project requires too much ram to open in 32bit.
[quote=“jimmys69”]Sorry if this is a silly question. I am trying to help a guy with some editing. I try to open his project and my 32bit C6 install crashes. The only time I have ever experienced a crash with 6. Is it possible the internet transfer of the project folder got corrupted somehow?
Of course you can open it, but as others said, it’s depend on the used plugs, but the project alone is not a problem.
I suggest to compress with rar, with crc check before internet transfer, and you can be sure that data is transferred uncorrputed.
Thank you for the responses guys! It seems it has nothing to do with the program version. The files I am addressing were recorded on Cubase 5 32 bit install.
I have been trying to help out a member on another forum with editing issues. Cubase 5, 32 bit, 214MB project file with 14 or so tracks. I had him do a Backup Project to another location just to make sure all info was there. He sent it via Yousendit Express (my pro account). When I open the download in Cubase 5 or 6, it crashes while loading Mixer. I have never had a Cubase crash with 6 ever with projects 20 times this size. I had him Backup Project and send again in case of corruption during zip or sending of the file. Same result.
Any advise as to how to overcome this issue? Maybe his project is already corrupt and will only open on his system? Do I need to have him export each track separately and import to a new project?
Thank you for any ideas in advance.
There are effects on the tracks also ? Instruments ?
If only audio, of course the simplest you can do track export.
Second I would try OMF export/import…