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This image hangs XnView

Post by BigPoulos » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:03 am

This image makes xnview crash when it tries to create a thumbnail.

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I hope it uploaded correctly to imageshack...

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Alas, yes---

Post by Clo » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:26 am

:arrow: BigPoulos

:) Hello ! Welcome aboard !

• I can confirm ! :bugconfirmed: I placed the file alone in a separate sub-dir., and when switching to the Browser,
XnView 1.95.4 closes without any message !

:twisted: OUCH !

:mrgreen: Kind regards,
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Post by BigPoulos » Sun Dec 21, 2008 3:44 am

Thanks for the warm welcome! :D

I have encounter similar crashes over the past with other images (and with many previous versions of xnview) but this time I was determined to narrow it down to the specific image that causes the problem, for helping identify it.

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No even able to save

Post by Clo » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:55 am

:) Again…

• To complete the test, I attempted simply to save the image
(a copy also alone in a folder, checked : No virus but who knows ?),
after a 3…4-second delay, I got a crash with the lovely usual Bill's message :
AppName: xnview.exe AppVer: 1.95.0.0 ModName: xnview.exe
ModVer: 1.95.0.0 Offset: 00008f56
• Maybe this could help Pierre
{joke}IMO, XnView is “disturbed” by the very pretty young woman on that photo ! :P {/joke}

:mrgreen: KR
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Re: No even able to save

Post by pic_viewer » Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:01 am

Clo wrote:{joke}IMO, XnView is “disturbed” by the very pretty young woman on that photo ! :P {/joke}
I have tons of pictures of a young very pretty woman (my wife) and XnView never crashes like this. Maybe it is the guy... :mrgreen:

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Post by XnTriq » Sun Dec 21, 2008 4:35 pm

JPEGsnoop doesn't like the “excessive # components”:

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JPEGsnoop 1.2.0 by Calvin Hass
  www.impulseadventure.com/photo/
  -------------------------------

  Filename: [X:\brianaustingreenandmegakc4.jpg]
  Filesize: [197521] Bytes

Start Offset: 0x00000000
*** Marker: SOI (xFFD8) ***
  OFFSET: 0x00000000
 
*** Marker: APP0 (xFFE0) ***
  OFFSET: 0x00000002
  length     = 16
  identifier = [JFIF]
  version    = [1.1]
  density    = 72 x 72 DPI (dots per inch)
  thumbnail  = 0 x 0
 
*** Marker: APP1 (xFFE1) ***
  OFFSET: 0x00000014
  length          = 6278
  Identifier      = [Exif]
  Identifier TIFF = x[4D 4D 00 2A 00 00 00 08 ]
  Endian          = Motorola (big)
  TAG Mark x002A  = x[002A]

  EXIF IFD0 @ Absolute x[00000026]
    Dir Length = x[000E]
    [IFD0.x0102                          ] = 8, 8, 8
    [ImageDescription                    ] = Brian Austin Green and Megan Fox
Sonya Dakar Adwil 2007 Oscar Beauty & Gifting Lounge - Day 3
Los Angeles, California United States
February 22, 2007
Photo by Michael Bezjian/WireImage.com

To license this image (12875706), contact WireImage:
U.S. +1-212-686-8900 / U.K. +44-207-868-8940 / Australia +61-2-8262-9222 / Germany +49-40-320-05521 / Japan: +81-3-5464-7020
+1 212-686-8901 (fax)
info@wireimage.com (e-mail)
www.wireimage.com (web site)
    [Make                                ] = Canon
    [Model                               ] = Canon EOS-1D Mark II N
    [Orientation                         ] = 1
    [IFD0.x0115                          ] = 3
    [Software                            ] = Adobe Photoshop CS2 Macintosh
    [DateTime                            ] = 2007-06-13T19:12:09-07:00
    [YCbCrPositioning                    ] = 2
    [Copyright                           ] = Call U.S. +1-212-686-8900 / U.K. +44-207-868-8940 / Australia +61-2-8262-9222 / Germany +49-40-320-05521 / Japan: +81-3-5464-702
    [ExifOffset                          ] = x0B60
    [IFD0.x9C9D                          ] = x0B60
      Excessive # components (894). Limiting to first 500.
    [IFD0.x9C9F                          ] = x0B60
      Excessive # components (2060). Limiting to first 500.
    [IFD0.xEA1C                          ] = x000000B6
    Offset to Next IFD = [00000000]

  EXIF SubIFD @ Absolute x[00000B7E]
    Dir Length = x[0017]
    [ExposureTime                        ] = 1/200
    [FNumber                             ] = 56/10
    [ExposureProgram                     ] = 1
    [ISOSpeedRatings                     ] = 200
    [ExifVersion                         ] = x30323231
    [DateTimeDigitized                   ] = 2007-02-22T18:41:44-08:00
    [ShutterSpeedValue                   ] = 499712/65536
    [ApertureValue                       ] = 327680/65536
    [ExposureBiasValue                   ] = 0/1
    [MeteringMode                        ] = 5
    [Flash                               ] = 9
    [FocalLength                         ] = 35/1
    [ColorSpace                          ] = 1
    [ExifImageWidth                      ] = 800
    [ExifImageHeight                     ] = 1200
    [FocalPlaneXResolution               ] = 3504000/1131
    [FocalPlaneYResolution               ] = 2336000/754
    [FocalPlaneResolutionUnit            ] = 2
    [CustomRendered                      ] = 0
    [ExposureMode                        ] = 1
    [WhiteBalance                        ] = 0
    [SceneCaptureType                    ] = 0
      Excessive # components (2060). Limiting to first 500.
    [SubIFD.xEA1C                        ] = x00000C7A
 
*** Marker: APP1 (xFFE1) ***
  OFFSET: 0x0000189C
  length          = 5145
  Identifier      = [http://ns.adobe.com]
    Not EXIF. Skipping remainder.

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Post by ckit » Mon Dec 22, 2008 12:56 am

Crash confirmed when XnView attempts to create thumbnail for the image.
Windows 10 Pro x64 1903
XnViewMP and Classic and PhotoFiltre Studio X

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Re: This image hangs XnView

Post by xnview » Mon Dec 22, 2008 8:28 am

Could you send me by PM your email to send you a test version?
Pierre.

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Post by BigPoulos » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:07 pm

The 1.95.5 version seems to work fine.

Neither this jpeg nor the animated gif posted in another topic caused a crash.

I tested also with some folders with thousands of images.

So far so good!

:)

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Post by BigPoulos » Mon Dec 22, 2008 1:21 pm

But :( I did found another crash with a PDF file this time.

The crash reportes

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Το XNVIEW προκάλεσε ένα σφάλμα μη έγκυρης σελίδας στην
ενότητα GSDLL32.DLL στο 01ff:13d1bfa4.
Καταχωρητές (registers):
EAX=00000000 CS=01ff EIP=13d1bfa4 EFLGS=00010287
EBX=13fc0050 SS=0207 ESP=0488d0dc EBP=00000000
ECX=fffffff0 DS=0207 ESI=146cbfcc FS=61af
EDX=058b0c00 ES=0207 EDI=13fc0190 GS=0000
Bytes στο CS:EIP:
8b 49 04 03 c8 8d a4 24 00 00 00 00 66 8b 10 66 
Περιεχόμενα στοίβας (stack dump):
00000004 00000005 13d1c015 00000001 13d1945f 13fc0050 13fc26b4 00000000 13fc2650 13fc2668 00000005 00000001 13fc1c80 0488d35c 13d67c70 13fc18c0 
The crash occurs when xnview tries to create the thumbnail.

The file works fine otherwise.
It's only 3.76MB and I uploaded to rapidshare for anyone who wish to try it.

http://rapidshare.com/files/175764542/T ... k.pdf.html

I don't have a premium rapidshare account so it says it can be only downloaded only 10 times.
If more people wish to try it I puit it again somewhere else or send it to you.

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Post by xnview » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:16 pm

Do you use AFPL or GPL ghostscript? And which version?
Pierre.

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Post by BigPoulos » Mon Dec 22, 2008 5:21 pm

I seems to me that I have ghostscript version 8.54 installed, because I found a path
C:\Program Files\gs\gs8.54
in my computer.

Goodnews
I just found that the current version is 8.63 I tested it and itsn't hangs anymore!

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