Using After Effects CS6 trying to open a project that was created in AE CS5.5
Running Mac OS X 10.7.4 on a Mac Pro with an ATI Radeon HD 5870 1024 MB graphics card
2 x 2.4 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon
24 GB 1066 MHz DDR3 ECC
Source footage is mostly DPX files, some ProRes quicktimes and PSD files as well. It's a rather large project. The project file weighs in at 328 MB
Not running any other software. still crashes.
I do have Flip4Mac installed... The project also references missing plug-ins. See screencap. These plugins are in the project but are not turned on...
Thats the error.
I disabled render frames simultaneously. I tried enabling caps lock, still crashes. One thing to note is the project pieces start showing up before it crashes, so it is loading most if not all of the project before it crashes... Anything else that might be important to figuring this out?
Any solution to this problem.??? I have the same problem regarding paint, shadow\highlight, and auto/levels plugin...
It seems like this is a cs6 issue, because i have two projects that are almost identical, first is bigger and was made in cs5.5 on an older macbook pro, all worked fine.... Then i tried to open that project in cs 6, and the only thing that wouldnt let my upgrade the project was that after effect could not invoke these plugins....
I also have another smaller project, almost same as previous, that was made in cs6 on a newer macbook pro. after i had applied the respective effects to my comps, i closed the project, and now i cannot open it again because i get this annoying crash report that it cant invoke the plugins. So, i tried to open this project on my older macbook pro using cs6 and the exact thing happens-crashes...
Then i tried to remove these plugins from the after effects plugins-folder, and then finally project opens. Then i remove the plugins from the project, saves it, and reinstalls the plugins to the program, project opens fine.... So these plugins messes my project up... And this thing doesnt happen in cs5.5....
How do i get to fully use cs6 with such a bug!?
I also tried to reinstall cs6, and the situation is the same....
What to do????
I would be very happy for solutions!!!!
I have found the solution to this problem. It's quite easy but a bit time consuming. The idea is to move the plug in that crashes out of the plug in folder [I even moved it to Documents just to be sure it wasn't anywhere near the Adobe folder], then you can open the project, it will say that there is a plug in missing, but at least the project will open. You'll be able to remove all the references to effect, you will be able to move the plug in back in the plug in folder and open the project again and reapply the effect. Or if you have AE cs5.5 still installed, you could save the prject as a legacy version, and open in CS5.5 and the effect should work perfectly there.
Adobe really needs to adress that issue. As I said earlier, there is a way around that by moving the crashing plug ins away from the plug in folder, but then it's a matter a finding all the references to the crashing effect and removing them which can be time consuming.
So it happened to me AGAIN on another project, right after I did the update to the 11.0.2. This kind of annoying. The project was working fine, update and now it's crashing when it opens.
If anyone is still encountering this issue, please submit a detailed bug report to http://www.adobe.com/go/wish and mention whether you're willing to send a project that causes this problem. We're unable to reproduce it here, so we need a project that will trigger the problem reliably.
Is everyone who is encountering this problem also using the Warp Stabilizer effect?
We've isolated a bug that causes a crash when the project is opened if the Shadow/Highlight effect is on an adjustment layer over layer(s) with the Warp Stabilizer.
There are a couple of workarounds:
- One is to remove the Shadow/Highlight plug-in from the plug-ins folder and then open the project (and then fix the project to not have this effect on an adjustment layer over a Warp Stabilizer instance).
- Another is to precompose the layer(s) with the Warp Stabilizer effect.
We're working on a fix for this.