If these work in a new project, let's try importing the broken project into the new project.
Already tried that... forgot to mention that.
When I import the old project into a new project, I get the same two errors and a crash when that project is read in.
Open the project with Capslock and then remove the offending data/ effects.
Thanks Mylenium... Already tried that as well... still crashes. Also, removing the data/effects is not a solution (especially considering that the effects work on other project files).
At this point, we're just trying to see if we can help you recover this project -- the issue is definitely inside your project.
Gotcha... I am arriving at the same conclusion... Just not looking forward to rebuilding all those instances to those effects!
Thanks for the help!
We've isolated the bug that is causing this behavior. It seems to only affect instances of the Shadow/Highlight effect 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.