Not AE's fault, I'd say. CamExt40v32.ax seems to indicate a DirectX control unit responsible for some device, based on thze name probably a webcam with associated audio devices. In any case the crash occurs in a virtual 64bit device, probably due to bad drivers/ drivers running in compatibility mode. From the AE end you should check the audio hardware settings and pick a different primary device. the rest requires more diagnostic at the OS level, so run DX info and check your device manager for flagged devices...
Thanks Mylenium, but that does not seem to be the case (Directx that is).
I have CS4 installed on 2 powerful Win 7 desktops, and I get the same assert error on each, only when closing AE. The PCs are different hardware configurations, and neither has as much as a hiccup over any other application or task.
The "Error" does not seem to cause any harm, it is just annoying.
Thanks for you ideas,
Yes, I do. And yes, I think the drivers for it are very iffy.
I have that camera on my primary desktop and another Philips on the other.
Do you have any experience with problems with these?
Like I wrote before, it is mostly just annoying.
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We do not own any of those camera's so I can't give you a definitive response as to if it will cause any serious lasting problem or not.
I'll try to dis-install the camera and the drivers and see if it make a difference.
I uninstalled the camera, and all of the associated drivers and software.
Same error message.
Oh well, maybe one day I'll get a MAC.
Thanks for the help and ideas.