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Session File Corrupt After Crash

New Here ,
Aug 04, 2022 Aug 04, 2022

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Hi Everyone, 

I usually edit my podcasts in Audition and have the auto-save and backup settings turned on (in addition to my own manual saving habits between sections), but my PC crashed after I finished my project, and when I try to reopen the .sesx file through any means, I get an error:

 

Error: Media Foundation reported an error when opening the file.

The byte stream type of the given URL is unsupported. 

 

All of my saving and backups are done locally so I haven't been able to determine why it lists an unsupported URL, and my audition is the current update (22.5). Also, when I reviewed my backup folder to see if I can pull up a previous version, it looks like it hasn't made a backup in 5 days even though I have the settings for every 15 minutes. 

 

I did some digging but I couldn't locate anything identical to this and I'm pretty sure I might just be out of luck on this one. Has anyone run into this one in the past?

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Aug 05, 2022 Aug 05, 2022

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Hard to work out what's actually wrong with this session file, other than that it's completely corrupted, apparently from the first character. SuiteSpot might be able to, but I couldn't even get it to open in an XML editor.

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Thanks for taking a look, Steve!

I'll take a look to make sure my session backup is working correctly going forward and get to work on redoing this one from the sounds of it. 

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