#549 DVDStyler crashes with Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library


Hello, I'm using DVDStyler 2.6 rc3 under windows 7 x64 sp1

While adding titles to the dvd compilation, an error message pop up,
"Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way
Please contact the application's support team for more information."

However, in background, the title adding process keep working as long I don't click OK in the error popup. Eventually, it finish adding titles but the menu-title pages became empty (only the background remains, the pictures of the video in the title boxes in the menu template, that during the adding process were populated with snapshots of the video being added, they became empty).

Repeating the same process doesn't give the same result always. Often the number of titles added before having this error varies (I experienced the error between the 15th and the 40th title), and after the first error popup, sometimes the process in background keep working till the end as mentioned above, sometimes instead stops and give up, and another popup appears (which, is the same popup that appear if you press OK in the previous error popup):
DVDStyler.exe has stopped working ....

details as follow (in Italian, but the data is consistent)
Firma problema:
Nome evento problema: APPCRASH
Nome applicazione: DVDStyler.exe
Versione applicazione:
Timestamp applicazione: 52813782
Nome modulo con errori: avcodec-55.dll
Versione modulo con errori:
Timestamp modulo con errori: 521961e7
Codice eccezione: 40000015
Offset eccezione: 00ad99b8
Versione SO: 6.1.7601.
ID impostazioni locali: 1040
Informazioni aggiuntive 1: df9b
Ulteriori informazioni 2: df9be8692a62363df9a92c4895fd784f
Ulteriori informazioni 3: 152a
Ulteriori informazioni 4: 152ab643ef0f9a6cb4691dccf1d527f0

The files I'm adding to the dvd are all mp4 video taken from the same cellphone, and if I make a compilation with less titles, let's say 8, there is no problem at all.

regards, Paolo


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