This week, iClone developed this weird glitch, where it won't play back audio. When I just hit play, the audio skips very badly, to the degree that you cannot understand what is being said. Also, when i try to scrub my timeline, then iClone crashes.
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This is happening on both machines on which i have iClone installed. It does this on both MP3 and WAV files. It was working fine last week. I bought Cartoon Animator 4.4 over the weekend, and installed it on borth machines. Just in case it was creating a conflict i uninstalled it from my main machine, and the problem persists. I reinstalled my video driver (thinking it might have gotten corrupted) on my main machine, and that didn't work. I switched from nVidia's Game-Ready driver to the Studio driver, and that did not work either. I have restarted my machines multiple times; that did not work either.
Main machine: Processor: Intel i7 7700 CPU @ 4.20 GHz OS: Windows 10 RAM: 32 GB Video Card: nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 8 GB
Hi Terry Miller,
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I may have figured out part of the problem. When Peter on the Forum asked about if it was just one project, I remembered that the one giving problems had a video background, with an alpha channel. i went in and deleted the video BG, and it cleared the problem up. Of course, that still doesn't explain why it worked fine last week, but not this week. When I was doing the animation originally, I could not get the video to loop the way it normally does. For whatever reason, it just would not cooperate. So, what i had to do was copy and paste it in the texture each time, and that may have been what threw it into a tailspin. Interestingly enough, today I went back and tried getting it to loop again, and this time it worked. I must have been holding my mouth correctly...
However, I am happy that I think i have figured out (at least part of) the problem, and can put in some sort of workaround to get around it.
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