• Tech Staff

    Is it possible to have isadora restart Quicktime on demand, so that we could avoid the memory leak issue.
    I have a current project that Ideally wouldn't need to ever shut off. However after ~2 days, down it goes (runs on windows, using MOVs).
    I could try to come up with a restart style work around..   and may have to.

    What I would prefer is a method to track the available RAM, and if below a threshold jump to a clean scene, and restart quicktime.

    Any chance this is possible?

  • Tech Staff

    I think thats defiantly a Q for Mark :-)


  • Dear DuxX,

    Unfortunately, here's no way to do that. The only way is to turn quit Isadora and restart it. 
    Best Wishes,
    Mark