FYI the crash was caused due to system abruptly loosing power from the wall socket (I am using this on an Intel NUC whose power adapter got shaken up a bit by-mistakenly and got powered off, this happened twice in a week), but this should not affect the Media Recorder so badly. I noticed this issue occurring only in this scenario.
Also both the times when the system got abruptly powered off, I noticed that just a couple of empty monitors were created when I launched jmrp.exe after booting it, also I couldn't delete all of them as some monitors threw errors saying 'cannot delete null monitors' something like that. Overnight the count of these empty monitors grew so much that it started creating system slow down as they all were active and made the JMR sluggish to perform.
Hope that this small can be easily fixed, to tackle such scenarios and make the product even better.
From Kaushik Pasi @ 02 Oct 2018 12:10