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Crash with unhandled exception 0xC0000005 in Tone mapping persona

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Hi Affinity team.


I had loaded a large HDR panorama  (5 x 24MP) into the Tone mapping persona. This took a very long time (>5 min.) but eventually the panorama was loaded and shown.

I did some edits, created a gradual overlay and adjusted that.


When I then moved the vibrance slider to the right (on the base layer I believe) I got following error with AP subsequently shutting down:



Unlike suggested in the message there was no crash report shown when I started the program the next time so I don't know if I can provide any more information.

AP Trial (Win) on a Core i5-2537M Quadcore notebook with 8GB RAM, WIn7 (64 bit)


Next time I loaded the panorama and went to vibrance slider right away there was no crash. -> Maybe coincidence.



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Hey Matthias,


Is this the same files from your other thread? 


We've seen crashes before in Tone Mapping with big files. I've tried this morning with 6 4000x6000 images to make a panorama which was then taken into Tone Mapping but it seemed ok. It sounds like this may be a one-off (like the crashes I've seen). It would be nice to get a crash report though. 

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> Is this the same files from your other thread? 



If I am not mistaken it was the same panorama with which I later experienced the black dot artefacts - for which I created another post.

Five HDR files from the D750 (6000x4000 pixels each), converted to EXR with AP.



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