@millslow in NVIDIA Control Panel try going to Manage 3D Settings and in there under Program Settings you need to select Isadora and make sure that it's running via your Nvidia 2060 instead of the intel processor.
I'm new with using Isadora & currently working on my first project: I want to control parameters in Isadora with Control Voltages coming from a Eurorack Modular Synthesizer System via a DC-Coupled Audio-Interface.
I habe already got some results, but figured out crashes, that led me to a general question:
Is it normal that everytime I pull off the usb cable (to the soundcard), Isadora simply closes without any warnings, questions or report on the next startup? (I'm guessing a major problem in my system, that is also responsible for the "smaller" crashes...)
Working on: - MBP, mid 2014, high sierra 10.13.6
- Motu Ultralite AVB, Firmware 1.3.4+617 (newest), USB
Thanks for the reply. It looks like I have solved it.
It seems the problem was indeed an over-abundance of Pre-load Scene actors that I had not found my first few looks through. I've never had this sort of "build up" problem before but it may have something to do with the fact that I was using the JumpByName actor to trigger my cues. Also, to answer your question they were movies.
Unfortunately the files were not uploaded to our server - the logs show an error attempting to connect to our server. Hopefully they are still in the folder where the CrashRpt system puts them, which is here: