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  • #1632

    Florin Cuntan
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    Hello fellow Kyma users. I just joined the group and am going thru the manual and i seemed to get stuck when trying to “Batch process a file”. I always get the error: Data unavailable or EOF reached.

    I’ve uploaded a photo of the error.

    Could anyone please guide my thru what i am doing wrong.

    Thanks for all the input & time that you put in for this wonder world.

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    #1634

    SSC
    Keymaster

    Hello Florin,

    It looks like the following file may be damaged:

    If you think it is not damaged, could you please email it to us, so we can see why Kyma thinks it is damaged?

    Thanks!

     

    #1635

    Florin Cuntan
    Participant

    I have tried many other source files and they all responded in the same manner. How should i send some files for you ?

     

    Is there a length limit or file size limit to the file that prevents processing it to work ?

     

    Thank you.

    #1636

    SSC
    Keymaster

    Hi Florin,

    We don’t know of any file size limit that would prevent it from working. Could you please make a copy of one of the files that does not work; then edit that copy in the Wave editor, shorten it to a 5 s file, save it in a folder all by itself. Try the batch processing on that short file. If that one does not work, please email us the short file so we can take a look at it.

    Thanks!

    #1637

    Florin Cuntan
    Participant

    Hi SSC,

    It seems like the problem was that i was trying to process a file witch was in my Desktop folder. After placing it to a different folder everything worked out.

     

    Thank you for your input. Highly appreciated.

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