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« on: August 09, 2007, 07:16:17 PM »

More signals that progress is coming in the improvement of XMedia. Over the last month, I've been corresponding with an XMedia developer who replied to an issue I posted on their support site. Three messages to report.

First, I was impressed to be contacted by a developer interested in pursuing my issue.

Second, the catalog crashes I was experiencing in XMedia - but not in iVMP - were related to corruption in my catalog. By subdividing the catalog in iVMP and running the new splits in XMedia, I found one split that could not be made to crash in XMedia. Therefore, the crashes were not universally happening in XMedia. Good news.

Second, continuing a discussion of software development, the analyst commented, "Keep with it, xMedia is going to be stunning .... " I'm inured to the usual software developers' blather. I've developed software and, in the context of our conversation, this didn't tickle the BS detector. This fellow had nothing to gain by snowing me. I have no relation with iVMP or Microsoft whatsoever beyond being a paying customer and wanting great products.

I still have questions about corruption in catalogs and the management of same. However, I'm going to stick with the product based on my own testing, comments by Peter, Beardy and others, and this tantalizing "report from the front".
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