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Recording Long Audio Streams Kills BroadWave

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We are using BroadWave to stream and record our church services. Once the song worship portion of our service is concluded, we want to stop the recording and start another recording (to control file size and for editing). The song service may, at times, be as long as 45 minutes. When we click the Record button to stop the recording, BroadWave throws an error and all connections are dropped. The server is still running though the meter indicates that streaming is frozen. Exiting BroadWave works and when relaunched, streaming starts again, but all listeners must reconnect.


Any ideas on why this happens? Is it a memory issue with the PC being used? Sermons of similar length do not throw the error so I assume that the song service, by virtue of the multiple voices and volume, records a larger file.





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