3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 29, 2013 1:26 PM by VikramGaur

    System Resources Not Available

    Noel_Griffiths Level 1

      Captivate v5.5

       

      I am creating a project and started an automatic recording of some actions on our web page.

      When I finished my recording there was a longer than usual delay and then I got a message on screen that said something like

       

      "Recording failed due to system resources not available".

       

      Can someone explain what this means please ?

       

      Noel

        • 1. Re: System Resources Not Available
          VikramGaur Adobe Employee

          Hello,

           

          Welcome to Adobe Forums.

           

          Do you have a MAC or Windows ?

           

          Are you recording something specific (An application or IE) ?

           

          As a test did you recorded anything else ?

           

          Any possibility for screenshot ?

           

          Thanks,

          Vikram

          • 2. Re: System Resources Not Available
            Noel_Griffiths Level 1

            Hi Vikram and thanks for the reply.

             

            1. Windows XP Prof. 32-bit SP3

            2. Was recording the scrolling from top to bottom of a window within our website using Mozilla Firefox (18.0.1) using Captivate "Automatic" recording setting

            3. Later I tried recording smaller scrolling wondow (same settings etc as above). This worked OK. I have to assume the error was something due to the size of the window I was scrolling...

            4. No screenshot I am afraid, as error message cleared down before I could take a copy.

             

            Noel

            • 3. Re: System Resources Not Available
              VikramGaur Adobe Employee

              Hello,

               

              Does it happen with any other website on which you need to do scrolling ?

               

              If yes, might be a specific website issue.

               

              If no, then possibly something unexpected (Could be a setting or permission) that caused crash.

               

              Thanks,

              Vikram