hendrik on 21 Jul, 2011 09:49 AM
I'm sorry you are experiencing this.
The reason for this is some unwanted behavior by QuickTime.
Basically what beaTunes does, is first try to decode a given
file with CoreAudio, if that fails, it tries QuickTime. Event
though beaTunes does not call any visual routines of QuickTime, the
QuickTime library chooses in some cases to display the dialog you
are seeing. And unfortunately, there is nothing I know of that I
can do about this.
Any idea which files (file formats) trigger the message? Perhaps
simply not analyzing them is a viable workaround.
There is no specific file format that triggers this. All my files
are AAC. What is co-incident with this message is that the analysis
returns a message: Unable to determine BPM for track '(name of
track)'. You may want to change your settings or try another BPM
I am currently using SimpleSoundEnergy (range: Automatic).
Thanks for your help with this. If you have any more ideas, please
let me know.