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I've never had this happen to me befre making a cdlc. I've edited the gp file so much and nothing works. Here's what the log says

703: Logging started during program initialization at 01/22/19 22:45:27

703: EOF v1.8RC11
703: eof_load_config() entered
703: set_default_config() entered
703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
703: eof_controller_load_config() entered
703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
703: eof_controller_load_config() entered
703: eof_controller_read_button_names() entered
703: Importing chord shape definitions
703: eof_load_chord_shape_definitions() entered
703: eof_set_display_mode() entered
703: eof_window_create() entered
703: eof_window_create() entered
703: eof_window_create() entered
703: eof_window_create() entered
703: eof_window_create() entered
703: eof_load_data() entered
703: eof_init_colors() entered
703: eof_undo_reset() entered
703: Initializing audio
703: eof_mix_init() entered
703: Checking for crash recovery files
703: Loading last undo state
703: Loading project
703: eof_load_song() entered
703: eof_create_song() entered
703: eof_load_song_pf() entered
703: Project loaded
703: eof_load_ogg() entered
703: eof_destroy_ogg() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: eof_audio_to_ogg() entered
703: eof_copy_file() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: eof_copy_file() entered
703: eof_truncate_chart() entered
703: Deleting beats
703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting
703: Initializing after load
703: eof_init_after_load() entered
703: eof_calculate_beats() entered
703: eof_truncate_chart() entered
703: Deleting beats
703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting
703: eof_select_beat() entered
703: eof_undo_reset() entered
703: eof_sort_notes() entered
703: eof_fixup_notes() entered
703: eof_cleanup_beat_flags() entered
703: eof_sort_events() entered
703: Initialization after load complete
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-000.undo"
703: Save completed
703: Entering main program loop
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: Generating waveform
703: eof_create_waveform() entered
703: Waveform generated
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Starting playback
703: eof_mix_start() entered
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Stopping playback
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_menu_song_add_silence() entered
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_copy_file() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-001.undo"
703: Save completed
703: eof_add_silence_recode_mp3() entered
703: eof_copy_file() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: save_wav() entered
703: save_wav_fp() entered
703: Calling oggenc as follows:  oggenc2 -o "temp\encode.ogg" -b 499 "temp\encode.wav"
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: eof_copy_file() entered
703: eof_load_ogg() entered
703: eof_destroy_ogg() entered
703: eof_truncate_chart() entered
703: Adding beats
703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting
703: eof_fix_waveform_graph() entered
703: eof_destroy_waveform() entered
703: Generating waveform
703: eof_create_waveform() entered
703: Waveform generated
703: eof_fix_spectrogram() entered
703: eof_adjust_notes() entered
703: eof_fixup_notes() entered
703: eof_calculate_beats() entered
703: eof_truncate_chart() entered
703: Deleting beats
703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_select_beat() entered
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-002.undo"
703: Save completed
703: eof_adjust_notes() entered
703: eof_fixup_notes() entered
703: eof_select_beat() entered
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-003.undo"
703: Save completed
703: eof_adjust_notes() entered
703: eof_fixup_notes() entered
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Starting playback
703: eof_mix_start() entered
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Stopping playback
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Starting playback
703: eof_mix_start() entered
703: eof_music_play() entered
703: Stopping playback
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-004.undo"
703: Save completed
703: eof_calculate_beats() entered
703: eof_truncate_chart() entered
703: Deleting beats
703: eof_truncate_chart() exiting
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: Importing Guitar Pro file
703: eof_load_gp() entered
703: Parsing version 510 guitar pro file
703: Number of measures: 75
703: Number of tracks: 1
703: Parsing measure data
703: TS change at measure 1:  6/4
703: Section marker found at measure #2:  "Intro"
703: TS change at measure 3:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 4:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 6:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 7:  6/4
703: Section marker found at measure #8:  "Verse"
703: TS change at measure 9:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 10:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 12:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 13:  6/4
703: Section marker found at measure #14:  "Verse 2"
703: TS change at measure 15:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 16:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 18:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 19:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 20:  4/4
703: Section marker found at measure #20:  "Chorus"
703: Section marker found at measure #35:  "Pre-Verse"
703: TS change at measure 36:  6/4
703: Section marker found at measure #36:  "Verse"
703: TS change at measure 37:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 38:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 40:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 41:  6/4
703: Section marker found at measure #42:  "Verse 2"
703: TS change at measure 43:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 44:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 46:  4/4
703: TS change at measure 47:  6/4
703: TS change at measure 48:  4/4
703: Section marker found at measure #48:  "Chorus"
703: Section marker found at measure #67:  "Outro"
703: eof_prepare_undo() entered
703: eof_undo_add() entered
703: eof_save_song() entered
703: Saving to file "temp\eof703-005.undo"
703: Save completed
703: eof_calculate_beats() entered
703: Parsing track data
703: Track #1: Distortion Guitar
703: 7 strings
703: Tuning for string #1: MIDI note 65 (F)
703: Tuning for string #2: MIDI note 60 ©
703: Tuning for string #3: MIDI note 56 (G#)
703: Tuning for string #4: MIDI note 51 (D#)
703: Tuning for string #5: MIDI note 46 (A#)
703: Tuning for string #6: MIDI note 41 (F)
703: Tuning for string #7: MIDI note 36 ©
703: Number of frets: 30
703: Capo position: 0
703: Parsing note data
703: Measure #1
703: Track #1
703: Measure #2
703: Track #1
703: Note #0:  Start: 6140ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #1:  Start: 6227ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #2:  Start: 6314ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #3:  Start: 6401ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #4:  Start: 6488ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #5:  Start: 6575ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #6:  Start: 6662ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #7:  Start: 6749ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #8:  Start: 6836ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #9:  Start: 6923ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #10:  Start: 7010ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Note #11:  Start: 7097ms Length: 1ms Frets: 6, _, _, _, _, _, _
703: Beat text found at beat #6:  ""
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: Too many beats (notes) in this measure, aborting.
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
703: eof_switch_in_callback() entered
703: eof_emergency_stop_music() entered
703: eof_switch_out_callback() entered
Does anyone know how to fix this?
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It's an error in the Guitar Pro file. The smallest note length that is allowed in GP5 specification is a 1/64th note, which is written as length 4. GP6 has been known to occasionally write buggy GP5 files with features not actually supported in Guitar Pro 5. Check to make sure the tablature doesn't use anything shorter than 1/64.

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It's an error in the Guitar Pro file. The smallest note length that is allowed in GP5 specification is a 1/64th note, which is written as length 4. GP6 has been known to occasionally write buggy GP5 files with features not actually supported in Guitar Pro 5. Check to make sure the tablature doesn't use anything shorter than 1/64.

Could I send you the Guitar Pro File? Because I'm not sure what to look for

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That file does not open in Guitar Pro 5, which instead gives a cryptic "Erreur E/S 998" error message. So the file is corrupt, but I don't have enough information to determine what length the note is supposed to be. EOF's logging suggests this problematic note is in the first measure of the first track. If you can post a screen capture, it might let me see what that track is supposed to have in it. In case I can't add workarounds for this corrupted file, there may be no way to import it directly into EOF. It's probably worth contacting Arobas support and explaining that their program is exporting a broken GP5 file. If they fixed that already, they may suggest upgrading to a newer version of their program.

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That file does not open in Guitar Pro 5, which instead gives a cryptic "Erreur E/S 998" error message. So the file is corrupt, but I don't have enough information to determine what length the note is supposed to be. EOF's logging suggests this problematic note is in the first measure of the first track. If you can post a screen capture, it might let me see what that track is supposed to have in it. In case I can't add workarounds for this corrupted file, there may be no way to import it directly into EOF. It's probably worth contacting Arobas support and explaining that their program is exporting a broken GP5 file. If they fixed that already, they may suggest upgrading to a newer version of their program.

Here's a screenshot I took. If you need to see any lower just let me know https://www.dropbox.com/s/khoomxfr0ygg668/screenshot.png?dl=0

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Based on the screen capture and EOF's logging, it looks like the problems start with the open low E note after the first four sets of triplets. I'm guessing the low E note isn't supposed to be part of the triplets, but the screen capture may be saying that it is. You might be able to alter the tablature in a way that it will export a valid file, but ither way, Guitar Pro 7 is exporting the GP5 file incorrectly.

 

Worst case scenario, you can author it in EOF manually by using the tablature as a reference.

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