I have problems with the recording function of SDR#. Every time I start recording a file with the option “Baseband” activated SDR# crashes.
The transmission works fine. I receive the signals via the source RTL-SDR (TCP). I can make recordings with the option “Audio” selected in the recording tab. The audio files are saved.
The problem starts when I change the option “Audio” to “Baseband” in the Recording tab. Every time I press the “record” button to start a 8-Bit-PCM record, SDR# terminates after 0-1 seconds without an error message. It just closes.
The crash.txt file contains only this. I am not sure if this crash report even relates to my actual problem. I attached it anyway:
Der Objektverweis wurde nicht auf eine Objektinstanz festgelegt.
at SDRSharp.WavRecorder.dll.SimpleRecorder.DiskWriterThread (IL offset: 0xbd)
at mscorlib.dll.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart_Context (IL offset: 0x14)
at mscorlib.dll.ExecutionContext.RunInternal (IL offset: 0x79)
at mscorlib.dll.ExecutionContext.Run (IL offset: 0x0)
at mscorlib.dll.ExecutionContext.Run (IL offset: 0x2b)
at mscorlib.dll.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart (IL offset: 0x8)
Laptop: Win10 Home, CPU Intel Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz, RAM 8GB, 64bit
- Steps that I've already done:
- Reduce the sample rate, down to the lowest value of 0.25 MSPS
- Turn off “Correct IQ”
- Reduce “Order”, down to 100
- Turn off “Unity Gain”
- Copy the whole SDR# folder to another disc (from a HDD to a SSD)
Do you have any suggestions how I can try to solve the problem?
Thank you much for your help!