From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC; en-US; rv:0.9.5+) Gecko/20011116 BuildID: 2001111608 The browser crahsed while playing a Quicktime movie trailer. The trailer had played for about a minute before the crash. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1.Play a Qucktime trailer 2.Sometimes there is a crash. Actual Results: A crash while playing a Quictime trailer. Expected Results: No crash. I will include a Macsbug STDLOG stack trace.
reporter, could yo upls tell us the version fo your quicktime plugin? Thx.
I am using the Quicktime plug-in 5.0.2. The Quicktime updater says I have the latest Quicktime software installed.
pls attach atestcase where u crash almost consistently. That would help a lot , thanx.
This bug may be hard to pin point since it occurs randomly. I suspect that this bug likelier to occur the long the aplication is kept running. The only hope for tracking down this bug is the stck trace from Macsbug. The only test case I can think of is to : 1. Launch the browser and browse for a while (at least 45 min.) 2. Play some Quicktime content. 3. Sometimes the browser will crash during the Quicktime playback while at other times there will be no crash. I am sorry that I am unable to provide a test case to pinpoint this bug. I will post better test case if when browsing I find out how to reproduce this bug.
I have found a test case which shows this bug: 1. Goto http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony/dark_blue_world.html 2. Click to play the trailer. 3. Wait until the Quicktime trailer has played ~50% of the file. 4. The browser crashes into Macsbug evry time this Quicktime clip is played. I am using Mac OS 8.6 256 MB ran installed with a broadband cable internet connection. I have the latest Quicktime plug-in installed.
BTW I forgot to mention I tested the Quicktime plug-in tonight using the new 0.9.6 Milestone.
pbergsag, can you reproduce this problem using Mozilla 0.9.6? If so, are Talkback reports generated? If so, please let us know the appropriate report ID's. If not, per the Mozilla Bug Writing Guidelines, please attach the results of MacsBug "how" and "sc" operations following a crash. Populating URL field with the value suggested by pbergsag in Additional Comment #7 on this bug.
Since this is a crash, raising Severity and adding "crash" keyword.
Severity: normal → critical
Whoops, confirming that Mac/2001112011 quit because an error of Type 2 occurred about halfway through this QuickTime movie as described by pbergseg, this under Mac OS 9.2.1. No Talkback; will turn MacsBug on and try to get a stack crawl.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Summary: Quicktime: Crash playing a Quicktime Movie Trailer → Mozilla crashes halfway through loading a Quicktime Movie Trailer
Hmm, well, on my second try, the movie displayed fine from start to finish; no crash. pbergseg, please follow through on the second paragraph of my Comment #9 hereon.
Does clearing your cache have any effect? A stdlog from MacsBugs would be helpful!
Assignee: av → peterlubczynski
Oops, my mistake, didn't see the attachment. Looks like it's crashing inside the plugin, but going through a timer null event: 0F2E0290 PPC 1D358F34 nsPluginInstanceOwner::Notify(nsITimer*)+00088 0F2E0230 PPC 1DFE7970 ns4xPluginInstance::HandleEvent(nsPluginEvent*, This sounds similar to a few other bugs....
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
I attempted to reproduce this bug using Mozilla Build ID 2001112308 to provide the additional information using the Macsbug Data (since talkback builds on the Mac never seem to send any reports) and could not recreate this bug. Something appears to have changed in this build that has fixed(?) this bug. As the oringinal reporter I am reporting that this bug WFM using the build 2001112308. BTW I tested using the apple.com quicktime trailer site.
ok--->WFM Reporter: If you experience this crash again, please feel free to reopen this bug. Thanks!
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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