I recently installed CS6. I get the message "dynamiclinkmediaserver has encountered an error"> [..\\..\\Src\DirectoryRegistry.cpp-283]
I am using Win 7 Home 64 bit
I have gone to the Adopbe site and downloaded a
"patch" for the Dynamic Media Link Server and installed it. This does not help.
Thanks for your assistance.
Thanks for trying but NO! It did not help. Now I am getting the same exact message in Light Room 4.2 whenever video (standard Canon .MOV files) are present. LR doesn't seem to have any idea how to handle the MOV files. This is very frustrating as one of the big reasons for the upgrade was to get the movie editing in LR 4.2
A search of these forums shows this is a very common issue but I have not seen a solution yet.
The file was imported via LR 3.6. When I click on the MOV file it opens in Windows Media Player without issue. When I open Bridge CS6 of LR 4.2 I get the error message I indicated at the top of the thread.
Did you update your video card driver recently after which this issue started occuring?
Also, do you have a firewall or a network proxy program that controls ports in your OS?
There have been some known issues with these two reasons earlier.
I have renamed a previously imported video LR 3.6 and tried to import it with the new name and it would not go. A dialogue came up stating there was a problem with the video. I also updated Quicktime also no luck. I am getting more frustrated by the minute.
I read on another thread that the Dynamic Link Manager needs a file someplace? I can't find it on my computer. For the record my C drive has all the OS and software. My D drive has image files and my E drive has non image data like documents. In the Windows Library I have Documents linked to the E drive.
Does this make a difference?
That wont help. The application does know where the file is located, but is encountering trouble while accessing it.
Two things I can suggest at the moment:
Like I said, this is only experimental. Let us know if they help. If not, I'll see if I can escalate this issue to someone at the Engineering team within Adobe. (I'm a normal user, just like you!)