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More Wavelab error fun!
« on: August 25, 2016, 08:58:48 PM »
Mixing my montages give me the attached error regardless of where I try to save it.  Any else think it may be a page file error?  I am unsure what else would use the .gpk file.
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Re: More Wavelab error fun!
« Reply #1 on: August 25, 2016, 11:43:42 PM »
.gpk is just the image file of the waveform that WL generates.  Try finding it and deleting it.  WL will regenerate a new one when the .wav file is opened again.

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Re: More Wavelab error fun!
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2016, 03:24:27 AM »
.gpk is just the image file of the waveform that WL generates.  Try finding it and deleting it.  WL will regenerate a new one when the .wav file is opened again.

It is an index file.  At first it would not let me delete it.  I repbooted a couple of times and then it let me.  I re-tried and I got the same error so I switched save destinations (New directory on a different drive) and it still happens.

What other process would be accessing the .gpk?  Antivirus?
Mics: Schoeps MK5 G MP, Schoeps CCM 4 Lg MP, Schoeps MK8 MP, nBob cables > PFA, KCY 250/5 > PFA
Pre/A>D/P48: Sonosax SX/M2, Sonosax SX/M2-LS, E.A.A. PSP-2, Naiant Tinybox, Neumann BS48i-2
Recorders: Edirol R-44, Sony PCM-M10

http://archive.org/bookmarks/kskreider

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Re: More Wavelab error fun!
« Reply #3 on: August 27, 2016, 08:23:12 AM »
.gpk is just the image file of the waveform that WL generates.  Try finding it and deleting it.  WL will regenerate a new one when the .wav file is opened again.

It is an index file.  At first it would not let me delete it.  I repbooted a couple of times and then it let me.  I re-tried and I got the same error so I switched save destinations (New directory on a different drive) and it still happens.

What other process would be accessing the .gpk?  Antivirus?

On Windows? Have a look at Process Monitor (procmon) that is part of the Sysinternals suite from Microsoft:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653.aspx

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Re: More Wavelab error fun!
« Reply #4 on: August 30, 2016, 09:28:11 AM »
On Windows? Have a look at Process Monitor (procmon) that is part of the Sysinternals suite from Microsoft:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653.aspx

I downloaded this and started to kill all of the running processes and got it to work.  I am still unsure what process it was but if/when it happens again I will narrow it down. 
Mics: Schoeps MK5 G MP, Schoeps CCM 4 Lg MP, Schoeps MK8 MP, nBob cables > PFA, KCY 250/5 > PFA
Pre/A>D/P48: Sonosax SX/M2, Sonosax SX/M2-LS, E.A.A. PSP-2, Naiant Tinybox, Neumann BS48i-2
Recorders: Edirol R-44, Sony PCM-M10

http://archive.org/bookmarks/kskreider

 

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