Opened 4 months ago

Closed 3 months ago

#10670 closed defect (invalid)

TOON: Crash in post-act 1, 3rd video

Reported by: dafioram Owned by: dafioram
Priority: normal Component: Engine: Toon
Keywords: Cc:
Game: Toonstruck

Description

Game: Toonstruck DOS/ENG
git: 2.1.0git-3490-g47c0e27017

  1. Load save
  2. Skip first two videos with esc
  3. Wait 4mins 40 sec

Crash.

Error: BitSteamImp::readValue(): End of bit stream reached!

This video can be skipped so not a blocker. I think the other 3 videos play fine.

Attachments (1)

toon.018 (27.1 KB) - added by dafioram 4 months ago.
End of act1, hit red button

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Change History (5)

Changed 4 months ago by dafioram

Attachment: toon.018 added

End of act1, hit red button

comment:1 Changed 3 months ago by digitall

dafioram: Thanks for this, but exactly which video causes the crash?

I started this with "./scummvm -d 3 --debugflags=movie toon" and loaded your savegame.

Skipping the first two videos after Bricabrac talks about the cutifier, gets you to the video with Drew saying YES! to King Hugh and the big end of Act 1 reveal.

That would be ACT2/DUNGEON/201_2M.SMK which is 24214148 bytes and has the following MD5sum:
64248cf4b904f6b3f970d7f8a889baa3 *ACT2/DUNGEON/201_2M.SMK

If that is the case, I don't appear to get the same crash that you do... so any help on how to get a replication of this bug?

comment:2 Changed 3 months ago by dafioram

Sorry it's the forth video, so skip the first 3.

It's 201AM.smk
Md5sum d071525146ca41f0ffb9e42901820f6a

comment:3 Changed 3 months ago by digitall

Still no replication / crash.

However, my 201AM.SMK does not match your MD5sum, so you may either have a variant version or datafile corruption from the CD dump.

My version of 201AM.SMK is 23305952 bytes with the following MD5sum:
4403e38302ba39b8a328d2e8339d4309 *ACT2/DUNGEON/201AM.SMK

I suggest you check and maybe recopy from the original CD...

comment:4 Changed 3 months ago by dafioram

Owner: set to dafioram
Resolution: invalid
Status: newclosed

Yeah, it was just corrupt.

Rather than just recopying from the disc I just got the gog version.

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