[PD] GEM 0.93.1 crashing on Windows 7 64-bit
po.boulant at free.fr
Sun Oct 30 22:20:23 CET 2011
Thanks for the clarification.
Just one more question, is there an order in which the different
plug-ins susceptible to open a file?
I mean with the gem_imageQT.dll but no quicktime installed in the system
and even if gem_imageJPEG.dll is present, JPGs won't open...
On 30/10/2011 21:48, IOhannes m zmölnig wrote:
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> On 10/30/2011 09:08 PM, Pierre-Olivier Boulant wrote:
>> Do you have Quicktime installed?
>> The new version of GEM needs Quicktime to load files with its codecs.
> not really true.
> the new version of Gem can use a number of ways to load an image, among
> those are ImageMagick (which crashes on w7), QuickTime (for which you
> need QuickTime installed) or the traditional libJPEG/libTIFF based methods.
> the trick is, that the image loading functionality is now found in
> pugins (thus if imageMAGICK crashes, you can simply remove the
> imageMAGICK plugin to avoid those crashes).
> however, in order to load any image, you will need at least one
> gem_image*.dll plugin.
> you might want to install the imageTIFF, imageJPEG, imageSGI and/or
> imageQT plugins, depending on which filse you want to read.
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